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Affording Health Care Now a Struggle for Half of Americans: Poll

More than half delayed or skipped care because of concerns about costs

CDC Advisers Say High-Risk Men Should Still Get Mpox Vaccine

Current daily average of new cases is one to four per day; two deaths were reported in September

Health Care Workers Reported More Days of Poor Mental Health in 2022

2018 to 2022 saw increase in days of poor mental health and in percentage reporting feeling burnout very often

Unique Workplace Concerns Tied to Health Worker Depression, Anxiety During Pandemic

Associations seen for working on the hospital unit, mood disturbances, and sleep disturbances with depression, anxiety

Amazon to Test Drones to Deliver Prescriptions Directly to Patient Homes

Although the company already delivers some prescriptions in two days, the drone method of delivery happens within an hour

Rite Aid Pharmacy Chain Files for Bankruptcy

Rite Aid will stay open through bankruptcy but speed up certain store closings and sell Elixir Solutions, a prescription benefit provider

Kaiser Permanente Reaches Tentative Deal With 75,000 Health Care Workers

Workers are demanding the nation's largest nonprofit, private health care provider address low staffing levels

Daily Oral PrEP Has Highest Preference Ranking Among Young Men

Reasons for selecting top product included ease of use for those who chose daily oral and daily event-driven oral pills

Dexamethasone No Benefit in HIV-Positive With Tuberculous Meningitis

No survival benefit or benefit in any secondary end point seen for adjunctive dexamethasone versus placebo

California Governor Rejects Bill to Provide Free Condoms to High Schoolers

California Gov. Gavin Newsom vetoed the bill, saying it was too expensive for a state with a large budget deficit