USA Today and Kaiser Health News
While some companies have delayed the return to in-person work, in other offices, immunosuppressed people are left to cobble together their own strategies to minimize their risks.
Ozempic’s peppy ads suggest that people who use it might lose weight, but also include a disclaimer: that it “is not a weight loss drug.” Now — as Wegovy — it is.
Under federal rules, people should have received a notice by May 31 informing them about the subsidy, which is generally available to people who were involuntarily laid off or whose hours were reduced and who are eligible for coverage.
Despite the Affordable Care Act's guarantees of free contraception coverage, obtaining the right product at no cost can be difficult.
Facing a host of challenges, Aduhelm’s makers are running an educational campaign directed at consumers who are worried about whether their forgetfulness is a sign of disease.
More than 100 separate bills regulating pharmacy benefit managers that serve as conduits for drug manufacturers have been introduced in 42 states, including Oregon, this year,
China has great scientists, but they work for an authoritarian government where politics always comes first, making it dangerous to reveal something that makes China look bad.
As the number of people who have had COVID grows, medical experts are trying to determine when it’s safe for them to have elective surgery.
The latest U.S. data shows that women in their teens and early 20s reported drinking and getting drunk at higher rates than their male peers -- in some cases for the first time since researchers began measuring such behavior.