Archive for April, 2017

Grants for health care: Real help to the average American families

Sunday, April 30th, 2017:

Grants for health care provide a lifeline to the fractured healthcare industry and also these grants are an earnest step by government and private sector to fill the disparities that has erupted overtime. Healthcare is the basic necessity of every citizen and the US federal government is determined to provide best medical services to its citizens irrespective of their income. There are non-profit organizations that cater to the medical requirement of rural poor. Also there are groups that offer medicines to the destitute. These organizations and groups get funds from federal money. There source of information on federal money is […] Read More →

US Congress averts shutdown, passing stopgap spending bill

Sunday, April 30th, 2017:

Washington (AFP) – The US Congress easily passed a one-week stopgap spending bill Friday, assuring there is no embarrassing government shutdown on the 100th day of Donald Trump’s presidency. After weeks of tense negotiations over federal spending, the measure sailed through the House and Senate just hours before a midnight deadline. It now heads to Trump’s desk, and the president is expected to sign it later Friday. The bill extends current funding levels until May 5, giving lawmakers in the Republican-controlled Congress one week of breathing room to hash out a measure that funds government operations through September, when the […] Read More →

Seattle doctors make great money — but men make a lot more, study shows

Sunday, April 30th, 2017:

A new nationwide study showed male doctors, across all medical specialties, make on average $90,000 more than their female counterparts. No one would be surprised to learn that doctors in Seattle make good money — really good. But what might surprise you is how much more that doctor probably makes if he’s a guy. A female physician in the Seattle area typically earns 27 percent less than her male counterpart, according to a new study of physicians’ compensation. Men average $335,000 a year compared with $245,000 for women — a $90,000 difference. The study comes from Doximity, a networking site […] Read More →

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