President-elect Donald Trump’s Cabinet pick Tom Price “assisted” a company and campaign donor that tapped executives with an urgent request to donate.
Patients who depend on the state-run AIDS Drug Assistance Program are having trouble getting medical appointments and life-saving medications.
A Seattle program pioneers palliative care that reaches dying patients on streets and in shelters.
The Affordable Care Act, which President-elect Donald Trump has vowed to repeal, threw a number of life-savers to rural hospitals, which are vital but financially troubled centers. And its full repeal, without a comparable and viable replacement, could signal their death knell.
Price and another influential GOP congressman got a discounted deal as an Australian firm seeking federal approval sought “sophisticated U.S. investors.”
Effort asks salon owners to voluntarily improve air quality and use less toxic chemicals.
Health insurance subsidies are pegged to income estimates, but if those are too low, the customer may have to make a repayment to the government.
One terminally ill man’s hope to be disconnected from his respirator and donate his organs was almost thwarted, despite his best laid plans.
It’s unclear what will become of some of the rules and regulations advanced by the 2010 health law as Republicans in Congress work to dismantle the sweeping measure.
The FDA and other agencies are loosening restrictions on hearing aid sales and opening the door to less expensive, over-the-counter products.