by Mike Tringale, M.S.M.
Asthma…does the word make you think of people who cough and wheeze all the time?
Don’t people with asthma have to avoid sports and strenuous...
by Amy Niles, chair, Medical Relations and Advocacy
February 28, 2011
Together Rx Access® was built on the belief that all Americans deserve access to quality healthcare, including prescription medicines....
by Linda Rosenberg, President and CEO, National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare
By now many of you may have heard about the crisis that took place on board Jet Blue Flight 191 from New...
by Katy Beh Neas, Senior Vice President, Government Relations, Easter Seals
March 2012 marked the second anniversary of the Affordable Care Act. Easter Seals − the countryâ€™s leading provider...
by Jennifer Shine Dyer, MD, MPH
Many Americans are facing difficult decisions such as whether to skip taking their medicines or to skip paying their rent.
Here are a few reasons why...
by Myrl Weinberg, President, National Health Council
At least 600,000 young adults under age 26 have been added to their parentsâ€™ health insurance plans because of a provision of the...
by Stephani Becker and Stephanie Altman, Health & Disability Advocates and Illinois Health Matters
A little more than a month ago, on March 23, 2011, the country celebrated the one
Get Smart about Antibiotics
You don’t always need antibiotics when you’re sickâ€”only for infections caused by bacteria. And overuse is causing a global health problem.
Expiration Dates Matter
If your medicine has expired,...
Mental Health Month Calendar
Read the Mental Health Month Calendar, which will provide you with a new tip each day...
60 Seconds for Your Health now on iTunes
You can now listen to, download, and share the Together Rx Access
podcast series “60 Seconds for Your Health” via iTunes. Together Rx Access
has made available the 60 second audio segments for free.
Our podcast series offers 60 seconds of...