A growing number of insurers are quietly ending those fee waivers for Covid-19 treatment on some or all policies
Declaring Racism a Public Health Crisis Brings More Attention to Solving Long-Ignored Racial Gaps in Health
Where someone lives is the greatest predictor of health and life expectancy. A person's ZIP code is also a good predictor of their race and ethnicity.
How Parents Can Support a Child Who Comes out as Trans – by Conquering Their Own Fears, Following Their Child’s Lead and Tolerating Ambiguity
Studies show that family acceptance or rejection has a big impact on a trans child's mental health and happiness
People eligible for the coronavirus vaccine are running up against barriers that are designed into the very systems meant to serve those most at risk of dying of the disease.
The pandemic has made it difficult for trans people to support one another in person, or celebrate important physical changes with friends
Staying Active Throughout Adulthood Is Linked to Lower Healthcare Costs in Later Life – New Research
Not only does exercise keep us healthy, it can lower healthcare costs by 10% to 22%
11 Mar 2021Nutrition & Movement
Next week, the federal insurance exchange reopens for an unusual midyear special enrollment period
17 Feb 2021Access & Affordability