Supporters of the nation’s health law condemn short-term health plans. A few states, California and New York, have banned them. Other states limit them.
As students enter college this fall, many will hunger for more than knowledge. It turns out that many of them are going hungry for food.
Though “single-payer” health care was long dismissed as a left-wing pipe dream, polling suggests a slim majority of Americans now support the idea.
A lot of people in the immigrant community have been making critical choices that will ultimately hurt their children out of fear.
Some Republican lawmakers continue to try to work around the Affordable Care Act, the federal health law’s requirements. That strategy can crop up in surprising places. Like the farm bill.
President Donald Trump has railed against the high price of prescription drugs and famously bemoaned how pharmaceutical companies are “getting away with murder.”
This CT Scan story illustrates the ripoff that is the healthcare industry in the United States of America as corporations pilfer citizens.
Virginia is among 18 states that did not accept the Medicaid Expansion to the Affordable Care Act. This year, the state legislature is closer than it has been in the past.
When Anne Soloviev, a retiree who lives in Washington, D.C., received a prescription to treat toenail fungus, she never thought to ask how much it cost.
It’s a regular part of the politically charged debate over health care. Let’s get some truths out about the Canadian single-payer system.