The Short: “Why America pays so much more for drugs”
by Carolyn Y. Johnson (The Washington Post)
The U.S. drug price premium has been shown again and again. It depends on the drug and the country, but a Reuters analysis found that the U.S. pays as much as seven times more than the United Kingdom for some top-selling drugs.
The Long: “Rethinking the Work-Life Equation”
by Susan Dominus (New York Times)
The research found that employees in the experimental group met their goals as reliably as those in the control group, and they were, in short, much happier: They were sleeping better, were healthier and experienced less stress.