Kaiser Health News
Since the Trump rules took effect, Planned Parenthood and other providers have dropped out of the program, resulting in six states with no Title X providers.
Prospects for the president’s proposal are uncertain. Republicans decry its cost and argue that much of what the plan contains doesn't count as real infrastructure.
Calls are mounting for the federal government to track the death of U.S. health care workers from COVID-19 as a media project draws to a close.
The infamous experiment that allowed Blacks to suffer from syphillis for decades has little role in COVID-19 vaccination scepticism today, vaccine advocates say.
Some of the nation's richest hospitals and health systems recorded hundreds of millions of dollars in surpluses last year after accepting the lion's share of federal health care bailout grants.
With a mix of relief and caution, older adults fully vaccinated against COVID-19 are moving out into the world and resuming activities put on hold during the pandemic.
A new poll shows Americans are growing more enthusiastic about being vaccinated, with the biggest change among Black Americans.
After 9/11, the United States rapidly shifted resources to create a massive infrastructure to ferret out and combat terrorism while forgetting that terrorism of nature can be equally deadly.
A few scientists say that two small studies indicate that a decades-old antidepressant that costs $10 for a two-week course could be used to fight COVID.