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
There are differences between when U.S. women have children, how many they have and the time they have between births.
A martial-arts maneuver can reduce blood loss in someone who has sustained a significant wound, suggests a small, proof-of-concept study.
The prevalence of left-handedness is lower among breastfed infants as compared to bottle-fed infants.
Plans starting to pay for services such as meals, transportation, housing and other Assistance to improve members’ health and reduce medical costs.
More than half of drug users in San Francisco’s gritty Tenderloin district say they purposely seek fentanyl, despite its dangers
Agencies can apply for up to $30,000. Funding can be used for development, planning, technology improvement, training, or policy and advocacy work.
There are cultural and social factors involved in making a baby into a man or a woman. But biologically speaking, sex starts when you’re a tiny group of cells.
Hospitals now must to post their prices online. But what is popping up on hospital websites is a dog’s breakfast of codes, abbreviations and dollar signs.
A KHN review of thousands of FDA documents reveals how drugs that are poorly manufactured or contaminated can reach consumers.
Existing tests can detect marijuana use, but they don’t indicate the level at which a driver would be considered “under the influence.”
Forty-five percent say they have little or no confidence that they’ll be able to afford the cost of health coverage once they retire.
Symptoms and timing of illness onsets are suggestive of a bacterial toxin, such as Bacillus cereus or Clostridium perfringens.