Americans oppose overturning Roe V. Wade by 38 percentage points — 67 vs. 29 percent.
Father and son suffered serious hand injuries. Both needed surgery and occupational therapy. But insurance paid for just a fraction of those OT bills, and the family owed more than $8,500.
Children exposed to the Zika virus either in pregnancy or early in life should be monitored into adolescence for signs of subtle neurological damage — even if they appeared normal at birth, say researchers at the University of Washington School of Medicine
In a move to improve cancer care for older adults, the American Society of Clinical Oncology is recommending that all patients age 65 and older receive a geriatric assessment when considering or undergoing chemotherapy.
High blood pressure starts at much lower pressures than previously thought, so it’s important to start paying attention to your blood pressure early.
There has been debate about how to prevent people with mental illness from acquiring guns. But what seniors with declining mental faculties who have guns?
As pharma companies underwrite three-fourths of the FDA’s budget for scientific reviews, the agency is increasingly fast-tracking expensive drugs with significant side effects and unproven health benefits.
Detractors say association health plans may not provide the full protection that workers need, plus the changes likely will drive up costs in the regular individual and small-group markets.
Since 2015, Health Partners has joined a small group of insurers around the country to offer some members specially designed meals to improve their health.
What’s the right painkiller prescription to send home with a patient after gallbladder surgery or a cesarean section?
Doctors and nurse receive little, if any, training in understanding and interpreting living wills, DNR orders and Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment forms, either on the job or in medical or nursing school.
Public Health – Seattle & King County is joining with leading medical associations to form a new collaboration with a renewed commitment to decrease firearm-related injury and deaths.
An essential part of treating pain is to first identify what type of pain a person is having and then use a targeted treatment.
Instead of starting with the hospital’s list price and negotiating down for discounts, Montana began telling these facilities how much it was willing to pay — a “reference price” — for each type of hospitalization.
As teacher strikes flared this spring, one thing often missing from hand-scrawled placards and fiery speeches was an issue that has contributed greatly to the financial woes of America’s schools: skyrocketing health care costs.