Health Law

More than 20 million Americans are at risk of losing their health insurance.
An appeals court recently upheld a similar amendment Tennessee passed in 2014.
The Knoxes are helping patients understand and reimagine medical cannabis.
Critics worry the change will force patients to turn to more expensive providers, travel long distances for cheaper care
Unsubsidized Consumers Before the Affordable Care Act took effect in 2014, people who were self-employed, between jobs or
... and the right-wing bureaucrats Trump installed in D.C. might agree with him.
In South Africa, air pollution is more severe in urban areas, and the city of Johannesburg is no exception. The majority
We still have a problem of unequal access, now aided by a national, coordinated effort to harass women seeking abortions and their providers.
Officials have signaled they may eliminate the age requirements for working with toxic chemicals on farms and other worksites.
It could mean cheaper, skimpier coverage for healthy people -- and higher costs for others.
This isn't the first time GOP leaders have said they'll focus on other things.
The president slashed spending on enrollment and advertising, and stiffed insurers for billions.
My friend died from cancer today. His was a short, eight-month-long battle for survival, but it was a brutal one. Now his
By Megan Thielking For decades, it’s been taboo to test medications on pregnant women. But doctors, patients, and public
How is it legal for the company that sells me my meds to own the company that is supposed to help me afford them?