The latest U.S. data from 2019 shows that women in their teens and early 20s reported drinking and getting drunk at higher rates than their male peers — in some cases for the first time since researchers began measuring such behavior.
Analysts say these emerging primary care companies have significant room for growth because of mounting frustration with the medical status quo and because they currently have only a tiny share of the $260 billion U.S. primary care market.
That bill allows for any form of health care practice — therapists, dentists, physical therapists, etc. — to operate under the direct primary care model, which doesn't cover hospital visits, Rx drugs, surgery or specialized care.
State Democratic lawmakers are not waiting for Newsom to declare racism a public health issue, and are pressuring the first-term Dem to dedicate $100M per year from the state budget, beginning July 1, to fund new health equity programs.