Former Vice President Joe Biden on Tuesday outlined his $775 billion plan to expand care for children and the elderly if elected president.
A doctor in Tel Aviv, Israel, tested positive for COVID-19 for a second time this month, after contracting the virus in April and testing negative earlier this summer.
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The latest Ipsos survey found that more than one in five U.S. adults felt health care was the most pressing problem facing the country.
The Vermont senator urged for health care to be made a "human right" under a Medicare for All package.
A group of Democratic women lawmakers in the House will reintroduce a bill that would repeal Trump administration guidance that allows employers to cite religious or moral reasons and opt out of providing no-cost contraception.
A coronavirus vaccine may be our only way out of this crisis, yet Black people's deep-seated mistrust of the medical establishment could mean many won't take it.
As a new COVID surge hits the Sun Belt, the quality of care in top hospitals in places like Phoenix, Jacksonville and Houston is likely to be far better today than it was for patients in early hotspots.
Partisan gerrymandering allows politicians to ignore the will of the people. In the case of Medicaid, the cost is extremely high.
"It's not an even epidemic through the state," Gov. Ron DeSantis said Monday. "There is a lot of diversity here."
Home to Europe's first COVID-19 death, Vò and its mayor Giuliano Martini took part in a radical testing campaign not seen anywhere outside China. But the ghosts of the crises persist.
The administration has asked the Supreme Court to overturn Obamacare.
Of the 1,045 admitted into the ICU, 546 are COVID-19 patients, the Arizona Department of Health Service's data indicated.
Studies show black patients benefit from black doctors, but pairing doctors with patients based on race can be a "legal black hole."
The Trump administration announced Friday that a new law that would allow health insurance companies and the medical industry to legally discriminate against LGBT people had been finalized.
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Minorities and low-income individuals are disproportionately uninsured or underinsured, while simultaneously being significantly more at risk of developing severe cases of COVID-19.
It is irresponsible to needlessly alienate those skeptical of vaccination, write two professors who have written books on vaccination.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1.4 million health care workers — many of them nurses — were laid off or furloughed in April, with more than 134,000 of those losses happening in hospitals.
Dr. Meenal Viz said clap for carers "gave us a nice fuzzy feeling in our heart every Thursday, knowing that the public is on our side."
The dean of Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City explains what lessons America has to learn from the pandemic.
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It will be the president's second major trip away from the White House since March when much of the country went into lockdown mode as coronavirus cases and deaths mounted.
GOP lawmakers on Capitol Hill concede they do not have safety net legislation ready to catch the millions of Americans who would find themselves suddenly without health insurance during a potential second coronavirus wave.
Grim stories about the toll that coronavirus is taking on nursing homes leave out the heroism of workers—and our unanswered calls for help.
Yes, President Donald Trump's coronavirus response has been an unequivocal disaster. But this crisis has deeper roots.
As unemployment has surged, Americans whose employment is often tied to their jobs will lose their current health care coverage.
Set to Frank Sinatra's "New York, New York," the short is a tribute to the city and the health care workers putting their lives on the line during the coronavirus pandemic.