Kaiser Health News
U.S. and global drug companies say they will continue manufacturing and selling their products in Russia.
The National Football League in December quietly made a small but meaningful change to its rules for allowing players to return after testing positive for covid, one that hinges on an arcane and hotly debated measurement called a cycle threshold, or Ct value.
The Biden administration's proposed overhaul of nursing home care would require mandating adequate staffing levels for all homes without bankrupting those that can’t afford far higher labor costs.
Democrats in the Senate are primed this month to make their first attempt at salvaging one of the most popular elements of President Joe Biden’s stalled Build Back Better plan — the proposal to cap insulin costs at $35 a month.
It might not go well.
The husband of an Oregon woman who died of a rare J&J vaccine side effect questions whether authorities have done enough to educate the public.
Nearly 17 million U.S. residents who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine now face a quandary: Should they get another shot?
Democratic lawmakers in California shied away from single-payer legislation that would have put state government in charge of health care and taxed Californians heavily to do so.
As health care providers discuss best practices, the larger debate amid some states’ legislative efforts to restrict access to care is having a detrimental impact on transgender youth.
With prospects dim for the U.S. to adopt a single-payer “Medicare for All” program, health care reform advocates turned instead to an insurance plan designed by the government that could compete with private insurance plans sold on the health care exchanges.