What won’t you get charged for these days? YouTuber Camille Johnson, from New York, says her sister has a rare disease and has been struggling to find appropriate care. She says during a recent trip to a clinic, her sibling “got emotional because she feels frustrated and helpless. One tear in and they charged her $40 without addressing why she is crying, trying to help, or doing any evaluation, any prescription, nothing.” On Twitter, she posted the bill, and pointed out that the “Brief emotional/behave assmt” cost more than blood tests or a vision test. Many online were shocked by the charge.