The problem is clear. So are the solutions.
Without an effort to control the cost of healthcare, taxpayers will suffer an increasing burden.
Registered nurses witness firsthand what happens to Americans who can’t afford health insurance.
Opioid addiction is a growing problem across our country, where escalating rates of injection drug use have increased other health problems, including HIV.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey (R) signed legislation that forces doctors to tell patients that it may be possible to reverse abortion by pill.
Nearly half of all American adults—117 million people—have one or more chronic health conditions.
Increasingly, medical and public health professionals recognize climate change as a health problem.
A bill (H.R. 1599) introduced by Rep. Mike Pompeo (R-Kan.) seeks to prevent consumers from knowing whether or not their food contains GMOs.
We must ensure those under Obamacare don’t lose their coverage and have a permanent fix.
Outcome data allows consumers to find the best services and prompts underperformers to improve.