Compared to their male counterparts, female politicians are more likely to advance women’s rights, health care and family policy.
Research suggests that some high-dose supplements do little to prevent chronic disease among healthy individuals — and may do more harm than good.
Must-read health care stories of the week from Kaiser Health News’ Brianna Labuskes.
Suicides and drug overdoses kill US adults at twice the rate today as they did just nearly two decades ago.
Two-liter bottle of soda increased 64 percent; price of diet drinks jumped, too
At least 10 states are exploring whether to allow residents to pay premiums to “buy in” to Medicaid, the federal-state health care program for the poor.
Marketing drives more testing…more treatments. It’s a big part of why health care is so expensive… it’s the fancy, high-tech stuff things that get marketed.
The app, called Second Chance, detects overdose-related symptoms about 90 percent of the time by tracking your breathing and movement.
When I see a report touting peanut allergy treatments, I devour it, an occupational hazard for a journalist whose reporting and medical history intertwine.
Consumers will have lower deductibles, improved access, evidenced-based services, and access to transparent, predictable cost-sharing, Inslee says