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.
King County has over 100 locations where you can return your unused medications and it’s free! There are many drop-boxes in grocery stores, pharmacies and health clinics.
But with less than 72 hours left to enroll in a health plan through the ACA, there’s no time left for procrastinating.
Eating a plant-based diet may lower the risk of chronic disease, but poorly planned vegan diets can lead to serious micronutrient deficiencies.
Myths and stigma associated with aging and sex hinder older adults’ ability to openly communicate with family, friends and health care professionals.
Insulin prices tripled, then doubled again and now lists over $300 for a single vial. Most people with Type 1 diabetes need multiple vials every month to live.
Breast implants pricing gives a glimpse into how hospitals mark up prices of medical devices to boost their bottom lines.
The ‘Suicide Paradox’: Although Latinos face economic disadvantages and other stresses their suicide rate is less than one-third that of non-Hispanic whites.
Family members or other unpaid helpers provide long-term care to 83 percent of older adults in America.
The annual open-enrollment period for people who buy their own insurance on the Affordable Care Act’s marketplaces ends Dec. 15 in most states.
How can doctors work out what treatments actually work? Here’s where a type of study called a clinical trial is useful.
Costco, one of the largest food retailers in the country, has taken a major step to reduce the risk to human health posed by antibiotic use in agriculture.
People who followed the Mediterranean of diet had 25 percent less risk of developing cardiovascular disease over the course of 12 years.
Industry-sponsored research tends to be more positive than that financed by other sources, that in turn can sway which treatments become available to patients
Health care share ministries have grown steadily, but many health care experts warn that members risk being crushed by unforeseen bills medical bills.