November 15, 2021

Medicare’s Open Enrollment Is Open Season for Scammers

By Susan Jaffe, Kaiser Health News Finding the best private Medicare drug or medical insurance plan among dozens of choices is tough enough without throwing misleading […]
November 15, 2021

Fewer Diabetes Patients Are Picking up Their Insulin Prescriptions – Another Way the Pandemic Has Delayed Health Care for Many

By Ismaeel Yunusa, University of South Carolina Insulin is as essential as water for many people with diabetes. Of the more than 30 million Americans with […]
November 15, 2021

Living with Psoriasis My Entire Life, I Knew I Could Develop Psoriatic Arthritis

As told to Erica Rimlinger My grandmother had psoriasis, an auto-immune condition that affects the skin. Although it can be inherited, none of her children have […]
November 16, 2021

Listen to Healthcare Providers, but Trust Your Body and Yourself

As told to Liz Sauchelli When I was 30, I woke up one morning unable to move a single joint in my body. I’d gone to […]