Kaiser Health News
Fentanyl has taken root in communities across the West during the pandemic, and Native Americans are dying from overdose in disproportionate numbers.
A movement of parents-turned-activists are challenging the doctrine that drugs should be treated as a health problem.
Research shows doctors are less likely to respect overweight patients. The Association of American Medical Colleges wants to change that.
As some states move to criminalize abortion, data in these popular apps could be used to prosecute people who terminate their pregnancies.
Many companies in the health tech sector have shockingly leaky privacy practices.
Research suggests older adults are more likely to develop long COVID, and millions have.
Hospital officials fear a change in how blood platelets are handled will sharply increase the cost and, in some cases, the number of transfusions needed by patients.
A dozen states have passed broad reforms to un-gum delays in billing, a process that is notoriously sticky.
The federal government isn’t saying how many people have received potentially lifesaving antiviral pills or whether they’re being distributed equitably.