healthcare

This 15-year-old Florida shooting survivor was shot 5 times while saving 20 of his classmates — and now his family is trying to raise $1 million for his hospital bills
realnews.today
Anthony Borges saved 20 other students during the Parkland shooting, and was shot five times but survived. Now people are raising funds for his hospital bills. ...[Read more]
0
Like
Save
How The Loss Of U.S. Psychiatric Hospitals Led To A Mental Health Crisis
realnews.today
The evaporation of long-term psychiatric facilities in the U.S. has escalated over the past decade, sparked by a trend toward deinstitutionalization of mental health patients in the 1950s and '60s. ...[Read more]
0
Like
Save
Teacher in US dies from flu effects for not having money for medicine
realnews.today
A second grade teacher at Ikard Elementary School, 38-year-old Heather Holland, died Sunday due to complications of the flu. In addition to a classroom of second graders, Holland left behind husband Frank Holland, a 10-year-old daughter, and a 7-year-old ...[Read more]
0
Like
Save
Why does it cost $32,093 just to give birth in America?
realnews.today
Stella Apo Osae-Twum and her husband did everything by the book. They went to a hospital covered by insurance, saw an obstetrician in their plan, but when her three sons – triplets – were born prematurely, bills started rolling in. The hospital charge ...[Read more]
0
Like
Save
An ER visit, a $12,000 bill — and a health insurer that wouldn’t pay
realnews.today
Cloyd came in after a night of worsening fever and a increasing pain on the right side of her stomach. She called her mother, a former nurse, who thought it sounded like appendicitis and told Cloyd to go to the hospital immediately. The doctors in the eme ...[Read more]
0
Like
Save
Bernie Sanders talks universal Medicare, and 1.1 million people click to watch him
realnews.today
With more than 1 million people watching at home, and hundreds watching from the studio audience, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) leaned across his desk with a crucial health-care question. “What’s the quality of the Norwegian system?” Sanders asked Mee ...[Read more]
0
Like
Save
A woman in the U.S. was thrown out on the streets by hospital staff because she didn’t have insurance.
realnews.today
The woman was filmed by a local psychotherapist, who eventually got her help after coaxing her to sit down, and who said that she was clearly not capable of being discharged form the facility. In the video, which he posted online, the woman is seen shu ...[Read more]
0
Like
Save
The Republican tax bill will end cancer treatment for Medicare patients
realnews.today
If the Republican tax cuts bill becomes law, it will immediately trigger a $25 billion cut in Medicare. That's because of mandatory spending cuts that will kick in as a result the tax bill’s $1.5 trillion increase to the deficit. The last time this happ ...[Read more]
0
Like
Save
GOP eyes post-tax-cut changes to welfare, Medicare and Social Security
realnews.today
High-ranking Republicans are hinting that, after their tax overhaul, the party intends to look at cutting spending on welfare, entitlement programs such as Social Security and Medicare, and other parts of the social safety net. House Speaker Paul D. Ryan ...[Read more]
0
Like
Save
Suddenly, the GOP tax bill has morphed into an attack on your healthcare
realnews.today
The line going around Washington these days is that the Republicans previously tried to hide a tax cut for the rich in their Obamacare repeal measures; and now they’re hiding an Obamacare repeal inside their tax cut bill. That’s correct. The Senate Fi ...[Read more]
0
Like
Save
House Approves $700B Cash Cow for Weapons Companies €”But Single Payer Too Expensive
realnews.today
In a bipartisan show of support for endless war and out-of-control military spending, the House of Representatives on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved the nearly $700 billion National Defense Authorization Act of 2018 that aims to boost war outlays by $80 ...[Read more]
0
Like
Save