Legislation passed in haste to respond to a crisis rarely results in a good outcome for those the policy intends to help.
Most Americans would be surprised to learn that pharmacists are not federally recognized as healthcare providers.
Having a colonoscopy is a lot easier than having cancer.
Not long ago, the Marlboro Man and Joe Camel were ubiquitous via out-of-home advertising.
Private programs extend the reach of care to those not receiving required treatments and collaborate with the community-based organizations as well as other relevant social service providers to improve care of veterans and their families.
Between 2011 and 2013, politicians in over two dozen states passed more than 200 restrictions on access to abortion services and other critical reproductive health care.
Drugs represent a small portion of our nation's healthcare bill -- and deliver value to patients, the healthcare system, and the broader economy that far exceeds their price tag.
Cancer kills more children in the U.S. than any other disease.
The difficult truth is that educating and training more women in medicine has not translated into a corresponding increase in their leadership roles.
Since 1990, global under-five mortality has been nearly halved – from 12.6 million to 6.6 million.