Republicans now have an opportunity to effect real change.
Ebola is not easy to catch, yet the epidemic continues to spread across West Africa.
There has been no break from the attacks on the Affordable Care Act.
Increased infections among young gay and bisexual men in the Deep South are alarming.
Each year, World AIDS Day is an opportunity to both evaluate what needs to be done to continue the fight against HIV/AIDS and to highlight stories of hope.
Investments in cure research are paying dividends.
According to Gruber, the White House wrote the law to be as opaque as possible.
Top medical infectious experts have forecasted a range of possible new Ebola diagnoses in the U.S. by year’s end.
The fix does not free recipients from bureaucratic entanglements.
In Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone public health resources are overtaxed, inadequate, and in many cases nonexistent.