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As community cases decline and schools and businesses reopen, hospitals and nursing homes must examine the evidence behind their visiting policies and change them to support family visits.
Following problematic CDC guidance and overall inadequate federal leadership, many states are taking it upon themselves to develop policies to get their schools fully up and running, five days a week.
A failing healthcare system has long left Americans sick and unprotected. This may be the moment to cure what ails it.
According to the CDC, six in 10 Americans have a chronic illness.
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As a physician I can say with certainty that the risks to patients' health far outweigh any financial benefits gained by the government and private insurers.
It became clear the Swedish government would not take action to prevent more COVID-related deaths.
After an already superhuman effort over the last year, working through successive surges in caseloads and the end not yet in sight, three quarters of frontline health care workers report feeling overwhelmed.
President Joe Biden has faced more than his fair share of mental adversity, and he is living proof that it is possible to come out stronger on the other side.
The Mynamar military issued a coup against the country's elected leaders on Monday, prompting health care workers to mobilize widespread protests across the nation.
As President Biden continues to sign executive orders, some wonder if he could solve the issue of medical debt with a stroke of his pen.
More than 1,600 doses of COVID-19 vaccine were administered in Seattle on Thursday after a malfunction in a refrigeration unit shortened the vaccine's shelf life.
The president already has spent recent days signing executive actions on the environment, racial equity, the economy, and other matters in recent days.
In 1944, Edith Eger's response to a question from Dr. Mengele sent her mother to the gas chamber. As a psychiatrist, she helps others worth through their own trauma.
The Biden administration is working to boost the nation's COVID-19 vaccine supply by 200 million additional shots as it sets out to vaccinate as many people as quickly as possible.
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"The attacks on the Capitol were an assault on our democracy and on the tradition of peaceful transitions of power that the United State of America first brought to the world," Alex Azar wrote to the president in a Friday letter.
Over the summer, the Department of Health and Human Services issued a rule allowing health insurers to implement "accumulator adjustment programs," which allow insurers to effectively double charge customers for drugs.
Professor Chris Whitty issued a dire warning that the U.K. is now entering the "most dangerous time" of the pandemic.
ParCare Community Health Network said it intends to "actively cooperate" with state health and law enforcement officials as they pursue a criminal investigation.
In this excerpt from his new book, 'Get What's Yours for Health Care,' best-selling author Philip Moeller explains how too many tests, procedures and other care can lead to unneeded care and bad outcomes—and what steps you can take to get just the right level of care.
Best-selling author of the 'Get What's Yours' series Philip Moeller discusses how to get the best out of telemedicine, the most important thing a patient can do to advocate for him- or herself, how to ensure patients get just the right level of screening and more.
Some 2,500 nurses plan to walkout from Christmas Eve to January 3 amid anger over staffing rates and coronavirus safeguards, including PPE.
Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs Thomas McCaffery said that members of the DoD could be vaccinated within two days of the vaccine's approval for use.