Employers may be cutting back on budgets and staff, but what they're keeping they're making sure is in top form. Wellness programs from cholesterol screenings to yoga classes are thriving in the workplace. Alex Cohen reports.
Hundreds gathered at an old basketball arena in LA this morning to receive free medical care. Doctors from the Remote Area Medical Volunteer Corps were set to see 1,500 patients. They reached that limit by 5 a.m. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Kai Ryssdal talks with Megan McArdle, editor of the Atlantic Magazine Business Channel, and Mike Mandel, chief economist for Business Week about the mood of the country in regards to the continued health care reform debate.
Protests over health care reform have been popping up all over the country. While some are simply grassroots gatherings, some Democrats believe lobbyists may be involved in organizing protests, too. Steve Henn reports.
The White House struck a deal with Big Pharma to lower prescription costs for seniors by $80 billion. But some say that figure isn't nearly enough, especially since a clause in the deal protects the companies from congressional pressure to offer more savings. Tamara Keith reports.
Wondering why Ben Bernanke has been making frequent cameos in your dreams? Check out these interpretations by Kelly Bulkeley, dream researcher at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, Calif. And tell us what you've been dreaming.
Kai Ryssdal talks with health reform czar Nancy-Ann DeParle to smooth out some confusing facts about health-care reform. She also explains what President Obama will be doing while Congress is on summer recess.