Next week, the federal insurance exchange reopens for an unusual midyear special enrollment period
Nearly 3 million children in the U.S. have a serious emotional or behavioral health condition. The pandemic has cut them off from those who understand their needs.
Surveys show that about one-third of transgender people have been refused treatment or suffered verbal or physical abuse from a medical provider
Patients may still be surprised by the high cost of health care overall, but they'll now be protected against unexpected bills from out-of-network providers
HealthyWomen's "Presidency, Congress and the Supreme Court" looks at the role each branch may play in the year to come
Big transformational reforms are unlikely, but the new administration can make smaller changes that will improve the lives of millions of Americans
Latino and Black patients are less likely to receive pain medications or get referred for advanced care than white patients with the same complaints
The death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg puts Obamacare, abortion rights and brith control at risk.
22 Sep 2020Your Care
Lessons From How the Polio Vaccine Went From the Lab to the Public That Americans Can Learn From Today
The most significant biomedical advance of the past century had a rocky start, but ultimately the polio vaccine led to the disease being eradicated.
17 Sep 2020Science and Technology