How we can embed climate resilience and environmental sustainability into our U.S. healthcare system?
It was disappointing how little candidates from both sides of the aisle talked about the real needs of aging Americans.
America’s hospitals have greater responsibilities and requirements than other facilities.
For every dollar the government spends today on the costs of Alzheimer’s care, it invests less than a penny in research to find a cure.
Passage of the SAV Act would have been an excellent first step toward addressing the tragic and growing impact of suicide on our nation’s veterans.
Activists are using the holiday season to stir up worry about a harmless chemical used in thousands of toys and other every day products.
We can responsibly accelerate access to new treatments for deadly diseases.
Peace Corps volunteers now have access to abortion in cases of rape, incest, or to protect the life of the woman.
Congress has a long history of successful bipartisan action on children’s health.
We need a complete rethinking of the way healthcare is delivered in the United States.