Poor service to veterans, which has led to massive backlogs for benefits and medical appointments and a rash of preventable deaths, has become VA’s calling card.
The World Health Organization estimates that upwards of 30 percent of the drug supply in some developing nations is counterfeit.
America’s injured veterans face their next daunting challenge: getting what they deserve when they come home.
Unlike a mortgage, a car payment or credit card bill, it’s impossible to fully plan for sickness or the costs associated with often expensive treatments.
Despite its undeniable success on both health and financial grounds, the Medicare Part D prescription drug program continues to be the Rodney Dangerfield of federal programs.
In south Louisiana, veterans stand for hours in overcrowded waiting rooms, while others face privacy issues within a temporary mobile clinic.
The multibillion dollar drug companies, insurers and PBMs have ramped up the fear machine to claim that the proposed reforms of Medicare Part D will destroy the Medicare prescription drug program.
Would you rather have your chicken inspected by an unbiased party, or someone that relies on the company for a check?
Our sugar-infused diet is slowly killing us.
There are major changes ahead for food labeling, and it isn’t just for GMOs. The latest push is for antibiotic-free meat, with consumers citing concerns about overuse. Chick-fil-A has pledged that their chicken will be...