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Navigating mental health treatment options can be overwhelming – a clinical psychologist explains why it’s worth the effort
Lung cancer is the deadliest of all cancers, and screening could save many lives − if more people could access it
Ensuring lower surgery costs and continued access to healthcare through general use items
US long-term care costs are sky-high, but Washington state’s new way to help pay for them could be nixed
Health expenses huge burden for Aboriginal families
New Zealanders are learning to live with COVID – but does that mean having to pay for protection ourselves?
Report: Medicare Advantage plans cost more, provide less
Kids with disability are gamers too
Private health insurance is set for a shake-up. But asking people to pay more for policies they don’t want isn’t the answer
American Gastroenterological Association supports reintroduction of bipartisan Treat and Reduce Obesity Act
The real cost of New Zealand’s two-tier health system: why going private doesn’t relieve pressure on public hospitals
Willoughby community eligible for disaster recovery funding
Why are insurance costs going up right now?
Seizures may increase dementia risk for young stroke survivors
Aged care: seven sustainable solutions to address funding shortfalls
Damage assessment shows full scale of South East Queensland flooding impact
Rain bomb to cost Queensland billions
No more surprise bills: Private insurance plans must cover full colorectal cancer screening continuum
Cannabis use disorder during pregnancy on rise
Cancer costs U.S. more than $156 billion, with drugs leading expense
Overhaul of NSW workers’ comp scheme needed to restore fairness for workers
Keeping ACC levies steady until 2022
NSW Home Building Compensation Fund under review
Grattan Report ‘pea and thimble’ trick
Bundled hospital bills a better way to pay
Out of pocket costs dilemma requires action
Private health insurance – more questions than answers
Victorian hospitals’ cash grab slammed