Healthcare costs are expected to rise this year on everything from prescription drugs to co-pays. However, there are ways you can save and even get care for free.
Many Americans grappling with the high cost of medicine may be putting themselves in harm’s way, according to the Consumer Reports National Research Center.
Most people know you can get into serious trouble for drinking and driving. You can also get into trouble for taking that pain pill or allergy medicine and driving. It’s called DUI-D — or driving under the influence of drugs — even legally-obtained prescription drugs or over-the-counter medicines.
Insurance companies are charging higher and higher co-pays for prescription medications Some co-pays now top $90 a month, which makes coupons from drug manufacturers enticing. However, Consumer Reports has some cautions.
A new Consumer Reports survey of more than 40,000 people helped to find the best places to get your prescriptions filled.
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