U.S. Department of Health
Critics worry the change will force patients to turn to more expensive providers, travel long distances for cheaper care
Health care professionals rely on the statistics the federal government tracks.
Embrace the excuse not to share your food with your kid while you have it.
It could mean cheaper, skimpier coverage for healthy people -- and higher costs for others.
A new report shows back-to-back years of declining life expectancy, and the CDC says a third straight year appears to be on the way.
Parents are scared, state officials are scrambling and Congress is about to go on vacation.
By Megan Thielking For decades, it’s been taboo to test medications on pregnant women. But doctors, patients, and public
Experts at Harvard discuss the latest on big data and information technology.
By Susan Blumenthal, M.D. and Alexis Boaz Despite months of Congress’ repeal and replace attempts and President Trump’s executive
SNAP is an important federal assistance program that enhances nutrition and reduces food insecurity.
The tax break for fetuses, also in the House bill, is part of a broader effort to establish "personhood" rights and destroy Roe v. Wade.
Rates are going up 7 percent to 38 percent more than they would have otherwise.