Because the public health system mostly operates in the background, it rarely gets the attention or funding it deserves ― until there’s a crisis.
Most say they could continue to obey such stay-at-home orders for a another month or longer.
In the Northwest, where anti-government militia groups have long had a presence, states have largely ignored those who are openly defying stay-at-home orders.
Governors are taking aggressive action in their states in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, each is tailoring the response to the unique needs of their state.
“We are going to have to review our budget, there’s no question about it,” said Sen. Christine Rolfes, chair of the Washington Senate Ways and Means Committee.
There isn’t enough evidence that decades-old anti-malarial drugs work for the treatment or prevention of coronavirus, but here’s what we do know so far.
A high-ranking federal official in late February warned that the U.S. needed to plan for not having enough personal protective equipment for medical workers
Governors of both parties are taking charge of the coronavirus pandemic, setting up rules and plans for their states as federal officials scramble to keep up.
The number of Americans without health insurance has crept up under the Trump administration. Cost growth has slowed, but costs are still going up.
An expert explains what the Democratic presidential candidates stand for.
Sixty percent of fake healthcare news read online is considered credible—and trust in such claims increases if a story is seen multiple times.
Let us walk you through a few proposals Democratic candidates have championed, plus what President Donald Trump is offering.
The nation’s nearly 1,400 community health centers provide essential health care services to low-income patients.