Biden said he'd offer a public option for health insurance. He didn't—leaving states on their own to fight some of the nation's largest, richest and most politically organized businesses.
People in the businesses of health and wellness have every reason to launch new and bigger efforts to reach consumers across every platform available, providing engaging, credible content that stands out amid the noise.
What do we have to do to create a system of health care for mothers that mirrors well-child care?
A heartwarming picture of a 75-year-old woman hugging the doctor who helped her beat COVID made its way from the Medical College and Hospital, Kolkata, India, straight into people's hearts.
A criminal investigation is being launched after pharmaceutical employees were found reusing nasal swabs to test for COVID-19.
Dr. Navjot Dahiya, vice president of the Indian Medical Association, called Modi a "super-spreader" for his failure to cancel the traditional Holi festival, which draws massive crowds, as well as cricket matches with tens of thousands of spectators.
Now is the time for the rich and famous to invest their wealth into responding to this crisis.
Marisa Kabas was charged $476,025.98 for a nine-hour neurosurgery to remove tumor cells in her brain.
Desperate people in India, where the world's worst COVID-19 outbreak continues to ravage the country, are shelling out thousands for black-market medications in an attempt to save their loved ones' lives.
The young boy's attitude has delighted the millions of TikTok viewers who followed his surgery journey.
Doctors have moved leftward. But they may want to think twice about embracing Medicare for All, which would slash their pay, wrap them in red tape and lead to worse care for their patients.
"I think the American people understand how broken our system is, and you've got to take this opportunity to bring about meaningful change," the Michigan Democrat said.
A major private hospital, Max Hospital, tweeted on Thursday that it had one hour of oxygen left at one of its locations and was waiting for supplies since the morning.
Saying "I'm sorry" costs so little, but it buys so much.
Far from governing as a unifying president, Joe Biden has pushed a radical abortion agenda that places profits for the abortion industry above the health and safety of women.
The Biden administration is working to reverse a Trump-era family policy directive that caused Planned Parenthood to leave the federal family planning program, a move that officials believe may have resulted in an estimated 180,000 unplanned pregnancies.
Biden's American Jobs Plan includes a much-needed expansion of access to home and community-based services though Medicaid, currently riddled by long wait lists.
There's an opportunity for food and health companies to work together to invest in making functional and nutritionally enriched foods.
Under laws like New Mexico's, our broken, for-profit health system offers some patients suicide prevention, and others suicide help.
By paying states more to cover able-bodied adults than to reduce their waiting lists, Obamacare effectively discriminated against some of the most vulnerable in our society: individuals with disabilities.
Now that we've seen how single-payer health care can work in one circumstance, can we really maintain that in every other case, access should be left to the free market?
There are evidence-based practices, some 20 years old, that would mitigate human errors in hospitals if implemented and prevent unnecessary patient fatalities.
Miller-Meeks says relying too heavily on ratings could prompt hospitals to close and potentially skew which patients are admitted.
The act could force health care workers into taking a one-size-fits-all approach to the complex phenomenon of gender dysphoria, the distressing psychological rejection of healthy male or female bodies.
La pandémie de coronavirus a posé d'énormes défis aux prestataires de soins de santé, aux entreprises, aux gouvernements et à la population. Alors que les systèmes humains sont contraints de s'adapter, les acteurs japonais de l'innovation technologique proposent des solutions possibles. Les robots sont de plus en plus présents dans notre vie quotidienne.
A bill passed by Arkansas' state legislature would allow doctors and other health care workers to deny any non-emergency services to LGBTQ people based on religious, moral or ethical objections.
By helping to reduce the burdens on health care workers, carry out much needed preventive measures and provide people who are in isolation with a greater link to the outside world, robots capabilities will be of great assistance during these trying times.
Chinese vaccines against COVID-19 are proving ineffective