Free menstrual pads and tampons must be provided in restrooms at all California public schools and colleges starting in the 2022-2023 academic year.
The FDA announced that it is lowering the recommended levels of sodium in processed, packaged, and prepared foods.
Investigators assessed sex preferences for endoscopists and endoscopy team members across patients of different ages and geographic areas.
A single-session, nurse-led clinic staff education program on medication adherence leads to increased knowledge and practice changes at a FQHC.
Exposure to neighborhood gun violence is associated with increased odds of mental health-related pediatric emergency department visits among children living near a shooting.
All New York City teachers and school staff will still need to get a COVID-19 vaccine following an unexpected ruling from a federal appeals panel on Monday that upheld the school system’s vaccine mandate.
Starting in November, the United States plans to lift travel restrictions on people coming from overseas who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Families of children with special health care needs (CSHCN) often reduce work hours or leave a job to care for their child and lose an estimated average of $18,000 a year in household income.
Recommendations for the delivery of culturally sensitive healthcare for women who wear a hijab is provided.
In an assertive offensive against a resurgent COVID-19 pandemic, President Joe Biden announced sweeping new efforts at pressuring tens of millions of US government workers to get vaccinated against the illness or face disciplinary action.
Differences in health care utilization across racial and ethnic groups explain the majority of inequities in US health care spending.