Some 4 million Americans are left in the cracks of our health care system, and many turn to over-the-counter remedies just to get by.
A recent poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation suggests that people’s views on Obamacare are more flexible than you might think
Love it or hate it, the Affordable Care Act has given us a number of lessons on the way we consume health care. Here are a few.
The owner of a Skyline Chili franchise says new FDA rules won't sway customers, but will cost money.
Want to fix our health care system? Start by figuring out how to pay for better -- and more efficient -- care.
A Delaware program helped save kids from asthma, but it reveals an disturbing fissure in our changing health-care system.
Long before the Affordable Care Act passed, Medicare had been testing out ways to keep people with chronic conditions healthy.
The Affordable Care Act has done many things. But its chief innovation may be finding ways to pay for common-sense ideas.
Walmart is dropping healthcare coverage for employees who work fewer than 30 hours a week.
In America's poorest urban county, one medical group is asking a simple question: what if health care is about more than just medicine?