The fifth National Climate Assessment says climate change will continue to nudge household spending higher in many categories — including health, food and home repair.
The Urban Institute has released a new report saying that roughly 400,000 veterans under 65 go without coverage. But expanded Medicaid could help.
The FDA's approval of Eli Lilly's Zepbound could signal more insurers paying for the use of such drugs. Demand is great so the costs could be big and push up premiums.
The government has extended pandemic-era subsidies for the Affordable Care Act marketplace until 2025 — and even higher-income families are eligible.
"I got that first chainsaw and, I don't know, I just felt right at home," says Taylor White, a chainsaw carver in Maine.
The number of new jobs created each month has been trending down for the past year — but there is also a good amount of positive data in the latest report.
Rising costs for prescriptions and hospital services were felt in latest PCE report, though health inflation has been mild in the past year.
Retail pharmacists deal with understaffing and burnout as their job responsibilities expand beyond dispensing medication.
Foreign nurses are in high demand to support patients in U.S. nursing homes and hospitals, but visa barriers remain in place.
Some bankruptcies reflect fallout from the financial crisis more than a decade ago.