With few healthcare lessons learned, pandemic mandates are being lifted, and we're becoming increasingly resigned to live with the risk.
Covid rates have never been higher. Yet people are behaving as if the pandemic is over. But with so much inscrutable advice, is it any wonder?
As the pandemic has raged on, underlying problems within the American health care system have been exacerbated, and health care workers are feeling the effects.
The cruel cocktail of sexism, pay inequity, and burnout has led to a critical shortage of women physicians. And it could be putting us all at risk.
LGBTQ people already face misdiagnosis, harassment, and refusal of treatment by the medical establishment. Trump’s Dept. of Health and Human Services is about to make it much worse.
Technology is supposed to make our lives easier, but new apps and devices often overlook seniors. And when it comes to health care, this is an oversight we can't afford.
It's not just people with disabilities who are at risk. Half of non-elderly Americans have preexisting conditions and could find themselves uninsured, sick, and out of luck.
The chaos President was in peak form this weekend, baiting Kim Jong Un and stirring racial tensions, while the rest of America fought to save healthcare.
This week brought NSFW interviews, horrifying speeches to Boy Scouts, calls for police violence and, yep, Reince Priebus got fired. While the White House was in chaos, a lot of other things happened. Here’s what you missed.
What a flubbed abortion-access story can teach us about the "fake news" era.