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.
In addition, 39% of survey takers indicated they kept a loaded gun at home, and 14% stored all guns unlocked and loaded.
The outbreak bears similarity to the 2002-03 epidemic of SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome), which hit 37 countries, sickened 8,098 and killed 774.
The policies are raising concern around labor and medical ethics, because by targeting smokers they disproportionately harm the poor.
Your body mass index — or BMI — when you’re young does a better job predicting whether you will be obese later in life than your genes.
Rural patients often are unable to pay their high deductibles, leaving their local hospital unpaid for the services it provides their local community.
5 healthy habits—eating a healthy diet, exercising, keeping a healthy body weight, not drinking too much alcohol, and not smoking—in middle-age may increase years lived free of common chronic diseases.
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Starting this year pediatric visits in California may involve questions about touchy family topics, such as divorce or a parent who struggles with alcoholism.
In recent years, officials have increasingly using a stopgap measure to help inmates reactivate their Medicaid coverage upon release from prison.
Most people who get the flu don’t require medical care. But some cases of flu need to be treated by a medical provider.
A Lake Stevens man in his late 80s died Jan. 5. A woman in her early 30s from rural north Snohomish County died Wednesday, Jan. 1.
For some families, average out-of-pocket health care spending for maternity care jumped from $3,069 in 2008 to $4,569 in 2015.