Kaiser Health News
Abortion opponents’ efforts in many conservative states to exclude most exceptions — for rape or incest o to save the life of the mother— have drawn headlines recently, but lack widespread appeal.
Some states aren't waiting as Congress decides whether to pass pro-consumer legislation to address wheelchair suppliers' failure to provide timely repairs.
If the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade as expected, the Biden administration could seek to preempt state laws with protection for medication used to initiate an abortion.
With private equity funds acquiring gastoenterology practices, investment managers now control the financial decisions for many medical offices caring for patients with digestive ailments.
The Novavax vaccine appears to cause fewer unpleasant reactions — fever, chills, and exhaustion — associated with mRNA vaccines produced by Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech.
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.