(New York Times) - There’s been a bombardment of bad news for drug supplies. The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists found this summer that nearly all of the members it surveyed were experiencing drug shortages, which generally affect half a million Americans. Cancer patients have scrambled as supplies of chemotherapy drugs dwindle. Other shortages include antibiotics for treatable diseases, such as the only drug recommended for use during pregnancy to prevent congenital syphilis (a disease that is 11 times more common today than a decade ago), and A.D.H.D. medications, without which people struggle to function in their day-to-day lives. The toll on Americans is heavy.
UPDATE: Just before midnight Thursday, CashApp identified the undisclosed issue . They slowly restored services overnight and were back up and running at full capacity by 4:38 a.m. PDT. ------------------------------------------ (Youdle) MEMPHIS, Tenn. - People experiencing the frustration of being unable to access or send their hard-earned money via CashApp are in for a nerve-wracking ordeal. It's akin to having your wallet locked inside a vault when you need it most. Don't panic...yet. We have the EXCLUSIVE scoop on what's happening, what you should do and what to avoid!💸🔑 CashApp confirmed the widespread problem and shared a link for updates. CashApp's support site alerts customers do NOT send money and do NOT attempt to withdraw your money. Below are FAQs to the CashApp meltdown: Q1: Can you cancel a payment if CashApp is not working? No. CashApp is totally frozen. Some people cannot log in via mobile or desktop. Others can log in, but cannot transf