Senior's Health

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
Do Work Requirements Work? Jon Ingram, the organization’s vice president of research, said he expects more states to impose
The cuts come at a time when many rural hospitals already are struggling to keep their doors open. By Michael Ollove   A
It's what the Trump administration wants -- and more states will likely follow.
Trump’s own Health Department says people his age should have the tests as part of their annual checkups to detect early signs of dementia.
An additional 10 percent of food dollars were spent on desserts, salty snacks, candy and sugar.
By Megan Thielking For decades, it’s been taboo to test medications on pregnant women. But doctors, patients, and public
By Jay Hancock and Rachel Bluth and Daniel Trielli But no hospital has invested substantially in home remediation to eliminate
The United States has the worst maternal and infant mortality rates in the developed world.
An article just published in the New England Journal of Medicine predicts the future prevalence of obesity among adults in
Republican legislators are intentionally deceiving Americans about who foots the bill as they cut taxes for the rich.