Democratic governors and other state leaders are rolling out massive health care initiatives, boosting public options and touting expansions to former President Barack Obama's 2010 ACA overhaul moving into the new year.
All residents, regardless of citizenship status or ability to pay, will be guaranteed comprehensive health care, the mayor said.
Is Obamacare coverage still good, available? Yes, according to officials -- Obamacare health insurance is still good and available despite the judge's ruling.
"Ocasio-Cortez is not the first Twitter user to mangle information from a news report," the fact-checking article wrote.
Interest on debt is rapidly becoming a larger share of the U.S. GDP, setting up a bipartisan battle over competing spending on health care, education and defense.
"Regardless of your political persuasion, our paper suggests that if health disparities were important enough to influence presidential voting, they may have an even broader impact on our country's future than we had imagined," the authors of a study said.
Mona Randolph is one of three people in the U.S. who still uses an iron lung.
The governor says that expanding the health care program without appropriate funding could put Maine in "red ink."
The Chinese Embassy in Washington told travellers to purchase medical insurance, prepare for strict immigration checks, and beware "frequent" shootings and robberies.
Donald Trump said his pick for the Supreme Court could ultimately see the Roe v. Wade ruling on abortion rights decided on a state-by-state basis.
Advantages of seeing the same doctor include a lower risk of being hospitalized, according to researchers.
The new project is being constructed in southern France and is designed to emulate life outside hospital walls.
More than 71 million people could see benefit from treatment with far lower costs than currently available.
It is the fifth year in a row that Americans have highlighted health care as their main concern.
He reportedly told his "patients" that he could give them an injection that would make them feel better.
The device picks up information on the colors of light reflected off your skin.
Critics say "right to try" laws are meant to weaken the Food and Drug Administration.