A new rule requires hospitals to post a range of actual prices, but some hospitals bury the data deep on their websites or have not disclosed the information at all
In addition to killing 600,000 Americans, Covid-19 is undermining the health of people who were never infected with the virus, but whose lives were devastated by the loss of jobs, homes and opportunities for the future
A new study says some of the nation's largest hospital systems kept filing lawsuits, liens and garnishments — and most were nonprofit
I Thought Weight-Loss Surgery Would End My Struggle With Obesity. Then I Found Out Maintaining a Healthy Body and Mind Is a Lifelong Commitment.
I had obesity my entire life until I had gastric bypass surgery. When I began gaining weight again, medication and a strong mental game helped me stay on track.
Black patients make up more than 35% of people on dialysis but just 13% of the U.S. population
There's an emerging consensus that many services that once required an office visit can be provided easily and safely through a video chat, a phone call or even an email
Trans Kids in the US Were Seeking Treatment Decades Before Today’s Political Battles Over Access to Health Care
These kids faced tremendous obstacles in a world where the word "transgender" didn't even exist
Even with insurance, José Mendoza owes nearly six times what Medicare would pay for an overnight test in a sleep lab
Providers and patients say teletherapy has largely been an effective lifeline for people struggling with anxiety, depression and other psychological issues during the pandemic