(Reuters) - Medical bills are behind more than 60 percent of U.S. personal bankruptcies, U.S. researchers reported on Thursday in a report they said demonstrates that healthcare reform is on the wrong track.
More than 75 percent of these bankrupt families had health insurance but still were overwhelmed by their medical debts, the team at Harvard Law School, Harvard Medical School and Ohio University reported in the American Journal of Medicine.Nice to finally prove the obvious: Study links BP oil spill to dolphin deaths.
Anti-bacterial soaps don't work?
It is still dangerous to be a journalist.
Asteroid Vesta close up.
Cool! Everybody can grow algae to drive their cars now!
Wonderful rant about the fake controversy dealing with those guys with beards and ducks.