The threats that Williamson's ideas present to disabled people are not just hypothetical.
Infections with Naegleria fowleri, the so-called brain-eating amoeba, are extremely rare, but also extremely deadly.
Including whether and how insulin is covered.
A new study of non-black hospital residents finds those experiencing symptoms of burnout show higher levels of racial bias.
When the Supreme Court ruled that Obamacare's Medicaid expansion was optional, 13 states opted out.
Many old doctors argue long work weeks are necessary training for a demanding job. Others worry about unsafe working conditions.
There's no evidence that medication abortion caused these deaths.
Studies suggest that medical cannabis might be an effective PTSD treatment. The VA has come out against bills that would allow for further research.
President Donald Trump pledged to lower drug costs by forcing companies to disclose their list prices in ads. But would the plan have even worked in the first place?
Democrats want health coverage for everybody in America, including the undocumented. What does that mean for folks already getting government-covered health care?
A new study finds that the percentage of kindergartners in the state without up-to-date vaccinations dropped from nearly 10 percent in 2013 to under 5 percent in 2017.
The FDA has a key role to play in combating America's overdose epidemic, but advocacy groups debate whether it's doing enough.
A new study finds increased rates of cigarette use among 11th- and 12th-graders in states that passed laws against affirmative action.
New research casts doubt on the trendy diagnosis of "hopelessness."
Kindness is its own good—but it can also bring health benefits.
This research is particularly important at a time when states across the country are passing new laws concerning abortion.
Women who sought but did not receive an abortion were in worse health five years later than peers who did get one, a new study finds.
After Illinois cut funding for mental-health services, Cook County Jail now handles a large portion of the state's patients. A new book tells their story.
Insulin pricing is yet another case where state lawmakers can choose whether or not to save the lives of their constituents.
A gender-targeted approach to harm reduction and drug treatment could help close the gaps between how male and female drug users can work toward recovery.
This week, the state came one step closer to becoming the first to extend Medicaid to all undocumented immigrants.