USA Today and Kaiser Health News
“I was naive, certainly, in assuming that this was actually a documentary, which I would say it is not. I think that it is an advocacy piece for anti-vaxxers,” said medical historian Naomi Rogers.
Numerous studies have shown that overtreatment causes unnecessary suffering and billions of dollars in unnecessary health care costs.
A federal rule went into effect April 5 that requires health care providers to give patients electronic access to their health information without delay at no cost.
Physicians and dentists say insurance companies are flush with cash after collecting premiums during the pandemic but paying fewer claims than usual and so they should pay for supplies.
Doctors in Colorado and Washington state will use scents like eucalyptus and lavender to treat children who lost their sense of smell to COVID-19.
Pfizer’s management knew last year there was “a mold issue” at the Kansas facility now slated to produce the drugmaker’s urgently needed COVID-19 vaccine.
The Supreme Court's tilt to the right has emboldened lawmakers in Montana and other right-leaning states to introduce dozens of anti-abortion bills in the hope that the court will eventually with the states.
Uninsured residents in Oregon and any of the other 35 states that use the federal healthcare.gov platform, which is the only way to obtain subsidies, can enroll in plans through May 15.
The first wave of vaccinations for health care workers in health care settings went comparatively smoothly but now elderly people are pitted against one another, competing on an unstable technological playing field for limited shots.