CHIP funding will run out soon in some states. “You can’t say ‘probably’ everything is going to be all right,” a Virginia health official said.
Burgeoning programs address the physical and mental health ills of the most marginalized. ”You’re the only person I trust,” one patient says.
It is unprecedented for professors to publicly tell their students not to attend a university, an author of the open letter said.
Unlike their country cousins, whose population is slowly declining, urban and suburban wild turkeys are not hunted. “They want open areas. Well, lawns and golf courses? All of these are great open spots for wild turkeys,” one expert said.
A study shows that self-harm and suicide attempts are increasing among teenage girls nationwide.
There's a curious connection between earthquakes and the Earth's rotation. But that doesn't mean the planet is in for a major shaking next year.
Abby and Erin Delaney have gone home — months after being separated in a rare surgery at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Goodbye, cold, flat Earth.
Abigail Marsh, a professor of psychology and neuroscience, says fear helps explain the best and the worst in people.
Nine-year-old Jacob Thompson died Sunday, four years after he was diagnosed with Stage 4 neuroblastoma.
Hunters blame animal rights advocates, not President Trump, for the decision to maintain a ban on elephant trophies.
Sorry, NASA: A new study says those Martian “wet” streaks are just dry sand.
Mark Twain said of these mysterious flies in California's Mono Lake: “They pop up to the surface as dry as a patent office report.”
The lead researcher for the British study said women should try to fall asleep on their side but not worry too much if they wake up on their back.
The state, aiming to cut costs, wants federal approval to negotiate discounts for prescription medicines.
Consumer protection laws largely don’t cover ambulance rides, which can cost thousands.
Start by figuring out your options before you need to use the service.
The geologist and Antarctic researcher was accused of verbal abuse as well as pelting a graduate student with rocks.
But it may help prevent weight gain and improve your blood-glucose levels.
The connection between teens’ mental health and time spent online has experts worried.
A vital tradition is gaining steam as more families use the holiday gathering to discuss and document advance-care plans.
A new study by Fair Health finds that milk registered the highest average number of services and treatments per patient of any food allergy in 2016.
If you’re in the hospital and aren’t happy with how they are treating you, here are some simple steps to improve your situation.
In this episode of “What the Health?” Julie Rovner of Kaiser Health News, Joanne Kenen of Politico, Alice Ollstein of Talking Points Memo and Sarah Jane Tribble of Kaiser Health News discuss some of the under-covered health stories of the past several weeks, including drug price issues, the opioid epidemic and women’s reproductive health.