The child was hospitalized for sudden onset of paralysis in one arm. The case is the 11th suspected AFM case identified in the Washington this year.
Driving while high doubles your chance of getting in a crash — and it’s illegal.
America lost 20,360 children and teens in 2016, 60 % of them to preventable injuries: 4,000 died in car crashes; firearms claimed the lives of more than 3,140.
If the district court ruling that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional were to be upheld, the entire health care system could be thrust into chaos.
Joaquin Lopez had emergency gallbladder surgery after rushing to an ER last year. He has been haggling with the hospital over what he owes ever since.
Dementia care is the fastest-growing segment of assisted living. But facilities across the country are straining to deliver on their promises of attentive care
Gallup poll finds roughly three in 10 Americans reporting they held off seeking some kind of medical treatment in the past year due to costs.
Patients who received dental services from Burien’s George M. Davis Dental Clinic should to consider being tested for hepatitis B, C, and HIV — officials say
Medicaid expansion in the red states of Idaho, Nebraska and Utah is likely to proceed, despite a court ruling the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional.
Are they highly paid doctors’ positions or are they positions on the other end of the pay scale, such as nursing home aides?
Charges: $99,159 for emergency services, therapy and hospital care, including $52,587 for the first surgery and $43,208 for the second to replace broken device.
Montana was one of four red states with Medicaid expansion on the ballot. It was only one where it lost. Why? Expansion was linked to a tobacco tax increase.
The bacterium that causes syphilis, Treponema pallidum subsp. pallidum, can be present in semen at high enough concentration to transmit the disease.
The future of the Affordable Care Act is threatened — again — this time by a ruling Friday from a federal district court judge in Texas.
Increasing costs plus rising deductibles and copayments have driven millions who don’t get a subsidy to drop coverage or turn to cheaper, less comprehensive.