As COVID-19 has dominated health care resources over the past several years, people living with chronic illnesses have faced even greater problems getting the health care they need.
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House Republicans sent a warning to the National Institutes of Health to save all existing records and documents related to the origins of COVID-19, part of the preparation for a congressional probe when the GOP runs the chamber in January.
The Biden administration announced Tuesday that it’s seeing a big uptick in the number of new customers buying private health insurance for 2023 from the Affordable Care Act’s marketplace.
Retail giant Walmart on Tuesday become the latest major player in the drug industry to announce a plan to settle lawsuits filed by state and local governments over the toll of powerful prescription opioids sold at its pharmacies with state and local governments across the U.S.
The abortion issue was credited with helping shield Democrats from a red tide in Tuesday’s midterm election, but as far as pro-life leaders were concerned, the GOP fizzle was self-inflicted.
South Dakotans voted on Election Day to expand Medicaid coverage, overcoming formal Republican opposition to a key plank of Obamacare.
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre’s “no comment” on the attacks on crisis pregnancy centers has become a source of rising frustration and anger for some pro-life advocates.
America is on track for a healthier and happier holiday season after two years of COVID-19 upheaval in the winter months, the chief of the White House virus response said Tuesday.
Doctors should not taper pain patients off opioid treatment too abruptly and should consider offering naloxone, an overdose-reversing drug, to patients who have a history of substance use disorder or will suddenly receive higher doses for which they haven’t developed a tolerance.
New research shows vaccinating pregnant women helped protect their newborns from the common but scary respiratory virus called RSV that fills hospitals with wheezing babies each fall.
The conventional political wisdom has it that the abortion issue is a winner for Democrats, but pro-life advocates disagree.
Pentagon to pay travel costs, offer leave for service members who cross state lines to get abortions
The Pentagon will cover some travel and transportation costs for service members who must travel across state lines to get an abortion, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said Thursday in a memo that lays out the broad strokes of military policy on the hot-button issue in a post-Roe world.
President Biden snapped at a reporter on Thursday after he asked the commander-in-chief if there should be any restrictions on abortion, telling the reporter to “get educated.”
A Missouri court clerk has asked the Supreme Court to review her case involving a minor who asked for a judicial bypass in order to get an abortion in light of the justices’ reversal on abortion rights.
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