When policymakers frame “choices” as personal preferences, it distracts from major structural constraints.
Almost as many people are falling ill as did two years ago, in what was a particularly severe flu season. But this season’s virus is unusual, and it’s too early to tell how dangerous.
The temporary resolution was bound to be underwhelming, but it’s a blueprint for progress.
Why are the Monmouth and Selzer results so different? Several possible reasons.
In a new survey, he’s second in South Carolina and tied for third in Nevada.
His tweets Monday morning misrepresent his record on health care.
Racial bias still affects many aspects of health care.
The Department of Justice told the Supreme Court that the case did not represent an “emergency” that would require a speedy ruling.
An analysis of death certificates over nearly two decades contained several troubling findings.
A program that focused on the patients who needed the most care didn’t keep them from landing back in the hospital.
The monthly jobs report also shows it’s still hard to get a meaningful raise despite low unemployment.
As U.S. population growth slows, more states depend on immigration.
The teenager was the youngest to die so far in the outbreak of lung illnesses that affected thousands of people.
Two people were injured in Chicago, a reminder that as more coyotes move to the cities, some conflicts are inevitable.
Subpoenas have been issued to a company that solicits memberships for a health insurance alternative that offers no guarantees for covering medical bills.
A study examined a popular approach that coordinated care for the most expensive patients, and found that the project did not reduce hospital admissions.
Breakthrough treatments for lung cancer and melanoma have driven down cancer mortality overall — and from 2016 to 2017 spurred the largest-ever decline.
Images made by lasers and read by computers can help speed up the diagnosis of brain tumors during surgery.
Policies aimed at youth vaping may have negative effects on adult smokers.
The case could end the Affordable Care Act, but keeping the issue in the public eye could help them politically.