Under the new rules, Title X recipients would be banned from making abortion referrals in almost all cases. This would reverse existing rules, which require that a referral be given if a woman requests one.
Vaccination exemptions signed by doctors on medical grounds have more than tripled. This suggests that parents who once cited personal beliefs to avoid inoculating their kids might be claiming medical reasons instead.
Health officials and doctors treating patients with HIV welcome extra funding but say strategies that work in progressive cities like Seattle won't necessarily work in rural areas, especially in the South.
Study suggests that emergency department clinicians squander an opportunity to divert opioid overdose patients toward drug and mental health therapies upon discharge, and a lack of training may be the reason why.
The Texas Department of Insurance's mediation program can intervene when Texans complain about an unexpected bill. Historically, the state program had many restrictions that left few consumers eligible for help. But the Texas Legislature expanded it in 2017.