August 27, 2013
There won't be enough friends and family to care for America's aging baby boomers in the decades to come, according to a new AARP report.
The New York Times' Nina Bernstein this week examined why commercially produced intravenous saline bags—one of the cheapest medical supplies to produce—gets marked up by hundreds of dollars.
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