Kaiser Health News
Medical professionals look to biosimilar drugs as a way to increase competition and give consumers cheaper options, but doctors and patients are raising concerns.
Nationwide, a quarter of dentists now offer in-clinic membership plans for uninsured patients.
A growing body of evidence suggests kids’ innate immune systems usually nip the infection early on, preventing the virus from gaining a foothold.
When deciding which mask will provide adequate protection, the wearer must consider the context, experts say.
Critics say the plan should have been released months ago and does not go far enough to help areas lagging behind in vaccination rates.
A KHN investigation has found at least 26 states pushed through laws that permanently weaken government authority to protect public health.
Shortages, little competition and sticky high prices mean routine rapid testing remains out of reach for most Americans, even if prices drop 35%.
Gov. Gavin Newsom’s COVID-19 rules have been a lightning rod in California’s recall election.
But there’s a lot more at stake for Californians’ health care than mask and vaccine mandates.
With vaccine mandates in the offing, opponents turn to the claim that vaccination interferes with religious beliefs.