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
In 2020, only 12.8% of U.S. inventors receiving patents were women. Historically, male researchers have ignored the medical needs of women.
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.
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
Providers and patients say teletherapy has largely been an effective lifeline for people struggling with anxiety, depression and other psychological issues during the pandemic
The cost of parking while in cancer treatment is finally drawing national scrutiny
A growing number of insurers are quietly ending those fee waivers for Covid-19 treatment on some or all policies