Children’s immune systems constantly change, so developing a vaccine for their age range is more challenging.
The U.S. set many records in 2020. The highest number of firearm-related deaths in over 20 years is one.
If given the chance, would you use Amazon Care?
A joint replacement can cost $102k in California but only $45k in New York. What else should you know?
The new “normal”: vaccine hunting and vaccine passports may be a part of our move forward.
Moderna and Pfizer’s vaccine is all about mRNA and two doses. J&J’s, on the other hand, is a one-dose adenovirus vaccine. Here’s how it works.
Texas experienced a winter storm warning for the first time in its history. What are the healthcare implications?
Do you need to quarantine if you're vaccinated?
What do West Virginia, Alaska and North Dakota all have in common?
Strong data behind the J&J Covid-19 vaccine trials is “actually good news,” said Fauci on Friday. But, what’s the big deal?
There’s good news on the horizon: Eli Lilly announced that their new therapy helped prevent Covid-19 infections in nursing home residents and staff.
Serving more than 2 million people and earning celebrity endorsements from Demi Lovato and Michael Phelps, business is booming for TalkSpace.
UnitedHealth is acquiring Change Healthcare for a whole lotta ca$h.
The topic on everyone’s mind right now, what’s up with the vaccine rollout?
A new coronavirus strain, new cyberattacks and new price transparency rules.
We recap all the big healthcare events in 2020. Yes, we included the pandemic.
The vaccine is rolling out, who gets it first and do you still have to wear a mask?
Can that watch on your wrist detect Covid-19 symptoms before you do?
Three efficacious vaccines already announced. What should you know about the latest one from AstraZeneca?
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Is there light at the end of the Covid-19 tunnel?
From Pfizer's vaccine announcement to the Affordable Care Act hearing, a lot happened this week. Let's break it down...
Recreational marijuana and mushrooms were on several ballots last week. What else happened during the election?
Purdue Pharma reached an $8.3 billion settlement for its role in fueling the opioid crisis using aggressive marketing tactics.
With less than 10 days until the election, here are three key topics you should know regarding the nominees' stances on healthcare.
White women and Black women get breast cancer at similar rates, but Black women are 42 percent more likely to die from it. Learn more...
With less than 24 days until the election, what should voters know about candidates’ public health policies?
The pandemic recently eclipsed 1 million deaths. Cases continue to increase, totaling over 34 million. Which countries are driving the pandemic?
Justice Ginsburg’s passing adds new uncertainty to the ACA’s future: will it stay or will it go?
The Southern Hemisphere braced for overlapping Covid-19 and flu outbreaks. However, the flu barely showed up — what happened?
No NBA players have tested positive for Covid-19, as of August 19th. How?
Colon cancer can claim lives at healthy adult ages and is not free from disparities that disproportionately affect non-white racial groups.
As the U.S. Postal Service faces increasing cutbacks, many more may lose access to their treatments.
Colleges reopen amid pandemic, what's happening? How has the pandemic affected people's mental health? What does the CDC do, anyway?
Where does Senator Harris stand on healthcare? How did New Zealand control coronavirus? Does the environment treat everyone equally?
What does contact tracing look like worldwide? Why does the U.S. struggle with dental care? Is the physician wage gap improving?
How is the pandemic adding to Yemen's humanitarian crisis? What is the fate of telehealth? How has Covid-19 affected ICE detention centers?
What's Walmart's next move in healthcare? Covid-19 vaccines, what should you know? Will the world population peak sooner than expected?
BIPOC Mental Health Month, what should you know? What challenges do schools face as they reopen? How may a new court ruling affect women's health?
Why should you wear a face mask? Which state will expand Medicaid health insurance? How does knowledge of COVID-19 affect its spread?
What should you know about the ACA? What's the ruling on Louisiana abortion law? Did protests contribute to rise in cases?
Increased testing or new outbreaks? How can a widely-used drug help fight COVID-19? How will President Trump's new executive order affect healthcare?
Why are coronavirus cases rising? How does a new federal rule affect the LGBTQIA+ community? How has COVID-19 affected the opioid crisis?
Has social distancing worked? Can telemedicine be used for abortions? Is there a relationship between handguns and suicide risk?
Why's the US cutting ties with the WHO? What's the status of COVID-19? Why did two prestigious journals retract articles?
Are there racial disparities in healthcare? How has COVID-19 affected immunizations? What's the role of data sharing in a pandemic?
How is COVID-19 affecting tribal nations? What's been the impact on primary care? How has the health insurance market changed?
How are states reopening? How is COVID-19 affecting children? Why is Sweden so unique?
How can remdesivir treat COVID-19? Should you trust antibody tests? What risks do expecting mothers face?
How are prisons handling the virus? Why are hospital revenues declining? What's happening to other medical services?
When we can expect society to return to normal, some Americans are protesting gov't restrictions, Covid-19 is hitting nursing homes hard.
Minority populations are adversely affected by COVID, some treatments are in the pipeline, how healthcare students are responding to COVID.
Surveillance technology and reopening the economy, nations see an uptick in domestic violence, what the U.S. is doing about essential equipment.
Nations continue grappling with COVID-19, the pandemic is impacting mental health, telehealth is taking off.
How will the new stimulus bill affect healthcare?, protection measures may interfere with abortion access, at-home testing kits face barriers
COVID-19 testing capacity continues to rise, when should we expect a vaccine?, a new SNAP benefits rule is placed on hold.
The number of newly discovered COVID-19 cases is increasing, new data rules finally released, the Affordable Care Act turns 10
The virus has landed in the U.S., a Louisiana abortion law is in the Supreme Court, should the U.S. follow in Colorado's footsteps?
New info on the novel coronavirus, strategies to further reduce physician burnout, are not-for-profit hospitals being charitable?
Utah is sending state employees to Mexico, Arkansas Works isn't working, Humana is expanding its Partners in Primary Care.
New and big changes to USLME Step 1, alarming maternal mortality data, and an update on the coronavirus.
New coronavirus updates, Walmart is getting deeper into healthcare, everyone is talking about block grants
Super Bowl Sunday, what to know about the new public charge rule, EHR company found guilty,
A virus is spreading in China, birth control coverage going to Supreme Court, an overlooked aspect of hospice care.
Google is finding a way to gather health data, new changes to SNAP benefits lead to a lawsuit, a new study reveals unexpected results.
A big week for cancer, where's the Affordable Care Act going?, One Medical files for IPO
🔬Gene-editing backlash, 🏥 Hospital acquisitions ➡ better satisfaction?, 🏪Access to mental health care = 💩
📈Homelessness, 🚬Vaping Update, 🏥 Antitrust Settlement
The ACA is here to stay (for now), new projections on obesity, Fitbit partners with first Medicaid plan
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