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A new healthcare website hopes to link together Catholic patients and healthcare providers in order to address the cultural challenges facing Catholics around the country.
"Right to try" laws aim to broaden access to experimental drugs for people who are terminally ill.
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Americans this year are enrolling in Medicaid at a higher rate than in 2013, the Obama administration said Friday in an update that highlighted particular growth in states that opted to expand the government health program for the poor under Obamacare.
Proponents of public breastfeeding are taking action to protect their rights to feed their children, protesting against businesses that ask women to cover up or leave.
The Pentagon agency tasked with creating with breakthrough technologies for national security has awarded contracts to two universities to create memory chips for service members and veterans suffering from traumatic brain injuries or disease.
After two deployments with the Marine Corps left him depressed, anxious and unable to hold a job, Sgt. Clay Hunt appealed his 30 percent disability rating with the Department of Veterans Affairs. The VA approved his appeal 18 months later, but it was too late. He died five weeks earlier of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.
The VA Office of Inspector General released a report this week that found a community based outpatient clinic under the oversight of the the Robert J. Dole Medical Center needed to make a series of improvements to ensure it is providing high-quality health care for veterans.
Congresswoman Edward Whitfield, Republican from the 1st district of Kentucky, responds to a question from Dr. Ben Carson on TellDC regarding the increasing size of government and its effect on our economy.