Health & Medicine

September 27, 2015 5:01 PM

Two halves of California have wide gap in health costs

Expenses tend to be higher in north state than in south

C-section can cost $11,000 more in Sacramento Valley than in L.A.

Comparison tools are making price tags more visible; good insurance can drop price to zero

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