A neurologist and sleep expert explains the downside to that borrowed hour of daylight.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, created after the Great Recession of 2007-09, has increasingly started policing the health care system.
Change Healthcare, a firm recently bought by insurance giant UnitedHealth Group, reportedly suffered a cyberattack. The company processes 14 billion transactions annually, including payments and requests for insurance authorizations.
Washington tribal leaders are looking at an overseas model to combat the rise in opioid use among teens.
Many at-risk seniors aren’t getting antiviral therapies, and older adults in nursing homes aren’t getting vaccines. Why?
Opposition to vaccines and other public health measures backed by science has become politically charged. That makes dangerous misinformation much harder to fight.
Thousands of people are still dying of covid, but government has mostly handed over responsibility to the people to weather the seasonal surges with their own strategies.
What Would a Second Trump Presidency Look Like for Health Care?
The covid-19 virus is continually changing, and a recent subvariant, the JN.1, is rapidly climbing the charts.
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- Washington Department of Health cuts hundreds of jobs as federal COVID funds run out
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