They hope language clues from social media messages will shed new light on mental health disorders.
Five years after "death panels," the conversation around death has thankfully become more nuanced.
Amid concerns over drug prices, a pricey new hepatitis C treatment is taking off.
Families too often call and call for help, with no response from their hospice.
The health care system is getting more fair in important ways, a couple of key studies show.
About 2.5 million people have signed up in the first month.
The nation's top doctor is supposed to bring uncomfortable truths to light.
People could find cheaper health plans if they tried, but most haven't.
Tennessee's governor is the latest to offer a plan for accepting a major part of Obamacare's coverage expansion.
If left unchecked, growing resistance to antibiotics will be a major global health crisis.
Sovaldi has been hailed as a miracle cure for millions of people, but its price is under new scrutiny.
Another day, another Gruber video.
Use of IUDs and long-acting birth control methods have nearly doubled since 2010.
The scheduled cuts could discourage doctors from taking new Medicaid patients as millions of people join the program.
After Gruber's apology to Congress, his comments will hang over Obamacare debates in the months to come.
About one third of "doctor shoppers" obtain prescriptions in multiple states, a new study finds.
Tech firms are trying to make buying health insurance less of a crapshoot.
A new study shows that debunking myths about the flu vaccine actually makes vaccine skeptics less likely to get a flu shot.
More insurer competition means people could be leaving money on the table in 2015, HHS says.
The government may no longer help seniors with their sex lives.