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Medicare set to begin direct price negotiations with drugmakers

The new program is expected to help slash the high cost of prescription medicines in the U.S. for consumers, pharmacies and benefit providers.


Indoor farm company Plenty scales up

The company’s pesticide-free produce is now available at all California-based Whole Foods and Gelson’s Markets locations. The move comes as two other indoor farms have recently filed for bankruptcy protection.

Participation in InComm Healthcare OTC Network enables purchases of healthy food and wellness products via supplemental benefits card.

“Take Care, Now” campaign eyes improved nutrition and primary care access and education in agricultural communities.

Called Cordavis, the business unit will work with drug makers to bring “generic” biologic medications to market.

Expanding health care services include plans for more infusion sites across the U.S.

New tool aligns grocery purchases with USDA MyPlate dietary recommendations.

John Mackey's Love.Life announced Wednesday that the company has released a series of virtual health optimization programs and plans to open a brick-and-mortar location in 2024.

Eighty percent of Democrats said SNAP benefits should be increased, followed by 63% of independents and 53% of Republicans.

Grocers, c-stores and other retailers can begin selling Opill once it's available from the manufacturer.

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