One Day at a Time: Mackenzie Phillips Wants to Help America Recover

NY Times bestselling author and actress Mackenzie Phillips shares her recovery story in hope of inspiring others

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Health Is Infrastructure, Too

Special assistant to President Biden joins health experts for HealthyWomen's webinar to discuss how infrastructure impacts women's health care

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Covid Was a Tipping Point for Telehealth. If Some Have Their Way, Virtual Visits Are Here to Stay.

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

Access & Affordability

No-Cancel Culture: How Telehealth Is Making It Easier to Keep That Therapy Session

Providers and patients say teletherapy has largely been an effective lifeline for people struggling with anxiety, depression and other psychological issues during the pandemic

Self-Care & Mental Health

Covid-19 Poses Challenges for Osteoporosis Treatment and Diagnosis

As the pandemic surges, it can make this already underdiagnosed disease go undetected for longer

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We Need More Access to Mental Health Care. Especially After a Year Like 2020.

Some companies are restricting access to mental health care when Americans need it most

Policy

COVID-19 Unmasks Inequity for the Deaf

For deaf and hard-of-hearing people, face coverings are just the beginning of pandemic-era communication struggles

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Ending Pandemic-Era Telehealth Coverage Fails American Women

Why policymakers must permanently expand Medicare coverage for telehealth visits

Policy

How to Access Mental Health Care Using Telehealth

A lifeline during the pandemic, remote access to mental health care may be the new normal.

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