The number of older Americans living alone is on the rise. Nearly 16 million people aged 65 and older in the US lived solo in 2022, three times as many who lived alone in that age group in the 1960s. And as Baby Boomers age, that number is expected to grow even more, raising significant questions about the country’s future. Living alone has become increasingly common in recent years. In the United States, for example, the number of people living alone has increased by 50% since 1970. While living alone has many benefits, such as independence and privacy, there are also some potential health risks.
Employer-sponsored health insurance is a significant benefit for many workers. It can provide peace of mind knowing they can access affordable healthcare, even if they get sick or injured. But are people happy with their company-paid insurance?
The use of TV for new pharma drugs is a great way to build awareness but when the incidence of your patient population is 20 per 10000 it’s a waste of money. This is especially true when your product has a black box warning.