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‘I was flabbergasted’: Customer says brunch bill featured a 3.5% surcharge so servers can have healthcare

'They really making us pay their employees a livable wage AND their insurance.'

On Sep 27, 2022 by Allyson Waller

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Elizabeth Warren demands crisis pregnancy centers explain how they handle sensitive health data

'This information may be used to put women’s health and freedom to choose in jeopardy.'

On Sep 20, 2022 by Mikael Thalen

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‘It is your job and you shouldn’t make your patients feel like a burden’: Woman films doctor who made her ‘extremely uncomfortable’ by implying she is making up ADHD diagnosis

'Am I in a relationship or a doctor’s office?'

On Aug 23, 2022 by Rebekah Harding

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‘I’m appalled how many people don’t know this’: Doctor exposes Benadryl and generic sleep aids

'Medication marketing is crazy! It gets so confusing with all the different brands that are basically the same medication.'

On Aug 19, 2022 by Lauren Castro

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‘You would think after spending $2 million on her medical expenses that the death would be free’: TikToker says hospital charged her $340 for confirmation of her daughter’s death

'She was not discharged, she died.'

On Aug 14, 2022 by Dan Latu

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‘Pick wisely’: Worker shares ‘cool perks of working in healthcare’ after tech worker’s video goes viral

'Something needs to change about the culture of medicine.'

On Aug 9, 2022 by Lauren Castro

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‘We’re scared and we don’t want to do it’: Nurse says healthcare workers aren’t willing to deal with monkeypox patients, sparking debate

'Healthcare workers are fed up.'

On Aug 8, 2022 by Grace Stanley

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‘BetterHelp is absolutely trying to destroy the mental health world’: Therapist calls out BetterHelp for using unaffiliated providers’ information to get new clients

'That feels illegal on so many levels.'

On Aug 7, 2022 by Jack Alban

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‘I cannot believe it worked’: TikToker shares ‘the worst thing’ she had to do as a personal assistant in Los Angeles

'I know you said there's nothing available, but he's friends with Lady Gaga.'

On Jul 27, 2022 by Rebekah Harding

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‘What’s their game plan now?’: Accutane users say they were told to terminate pregnancies. What happens post-Roe?

'It is critical that patients be able to access needed medications as prescribed by their doctors.'

On Jul 13, 2022 by Tricia Crimmins

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Uninsured woman shared she was going to try medicinal herbs to deal with intestinal worms, sparking debate on the state of US healthcare

'Just go to urgent care.'

On Jul 8, 2022 by Jack Alban

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AI wants to revolutionize healthcare—it may be doing more harm than good

Tech experts have a history of overpromising. Should they be doing so in life and death situations?

On Jul 6, 2022 by Agnes Arnold-Forster

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‘I am so beyond pissed at our country right now’: TikToker says Walgreens employee refused to refill her birth control prescription

'The Handmaid's Tale was meant to be fiction not a manual.'

On Jul 4, 2022 by Brooke Sjoberg

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‘Why do y’all trip on medical bills bro?’: Man says credit score went up 40 points after he blocked hospital’s phone number, ignored medical bills for 6 years

‘I straight up just don’t pay mine then go to different hospitals.’

On Jun 29, 2022 by Linda Hamilton

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‘Screenshot it’: Pharmacy tech shares coupon that’s ‘better than GoodRx’ on her last day on the job, sparking debate

'The fact that we need coupons for our prescriptions.'

On Jun 28, 2022 by Braden Bjella