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COLUMBUS, Ohio — Lawmakers in the nation’s capital have yet to grapple with rising drug costs, but Ohio voters are being asked — in a single ballot-box question next week — to figure out how best to l...
Hospice workers may witness terminal illness and death almost daily, but that doesn’t mean they’ve documented their own end-of-life wishes, a new report finds. A survey of nearly 900 health care worke...
Diana Feliz Oliva, a 45-year-old transgender woman who grew up outside Fresno, Calif., remembers being bullied when she was younger and feeling confused about her gender identity. She was depressed an...
Don and Debra Clark of Springfield, Mo., are glad they have health insurance. Don is 56 and Debra is 58. The Clarks say they know the risk of an unexpected illness or medical event is rising as they a...
The giant hole in the Earth's protective ozone layer is shrinking, and has shriveled to its smallest peak since 1988.
Pruitt will address the American Chemistry Council's board meeting at a retreat on South Carolina's Kiawah Island.
The drug crisis group, led by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, recommended drug courts, better education for prescribers and medication-assisted treatment for addiction.
The Trump administration removes any mention of the most potent point to encourage consumers to buy: affordability.
Trump administration’s efforts to thwart the health-care law could dampen sign-ups during narrowed 45-day window.
A new study suggests that Neanderthals' demise was a result of population dynamics and bad timing.
Proposals for 2019 would let states adjust benefits requirements and allow less enrollment help.
Here are reasons to be utterly grateful you didn't have surgery in Victorian times.
The world’s inadequate response is putting more lives at risk, researchers conclude.
The decision to bar any researcher who receives EPA grant money from serving as an adviser to the agency appears to be unprecedented.
Medicare Advantage is an alternative to traditional Medicare that is run by private insurers.
Four months after childbirth, a woman’s vaginal bleeding leads to a rare diagnosis.
Two-year-old A.J. Burgess's kidney transplant was postponed after his donor father violated probation and spent time in a county jail.
Less in-person help, higher prices and consumer confusion likely to leave fewer Americans with health coverage under the law.
Plastic trash contains chemicals that trick animals into thinking junk is food, laboratory trials reveal.
Particularly when it comes to supplements, experts recommend caution.