Health Care

President Donald Trump signed an executive order claiming to protect Americans with preexisting conditions — despite continuous efforts to eliminate the Affordable Care Act.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order claiming to protect Americans with preexisting conditions — despite continuous efforts to eliminate the Affordable Care Act.
Slogans and toothless executive orders don't pay anyone's doctor bills.
The medical body said the government's statement is an "abandonment of the national heroes who have stood up for our people."
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The Ensuring Lasting Smiles Act would end coverage denials for treating birth anomalies, improving access to needed care for people with facial differences.
The moment highlighted Trump’s efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act, which protects those with preexisting conditions.
"If I can’t afford that dress shirt, I don’t get to get it," the staffer told a three-time cancer survivor.
Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse's criticism of Rep. Richard Neal's coziness with private equity tests the potency of an anti-corruption message for Democratic voters.
The "Sex and the City" actress opened up about her child's battle with eczema.
The terminally ill activist told the Democratic National Convention that health care for millions is at stake this November.