In 2021, 30.0 million people of all ages were uninsured in the United States, representing a small, but not significant, decrease from 2020.
Turnover rates are returning to prepandemic levels across most groups of health care workers.
The majority of physicians have embraced telehealth and expect to use it even more in the future, according to the results of a survey.
The chief executives of the country’s largest airlines have asked President Joe Biden to let a federal mask mandate at airports and on planes to lapse next month.
Uninsured Americans will no longer be covered for free COVID-19 tests and treatments because of the budget impasse in Congress.
There are small but significant correlations between screen time and behavior problems in children 12 years and younger.
Most medical debt will be dropped from Americans’ credit reports as of this summer, the top three credit reporting agencies said Friday.
Masks are important for preventing COVID-19 incidence in kindergarten through grade 12 (K-12) school settings, according to research published.
A new report delivers a troubling statistic: Seven in 10 consumer product-related deaths occur among those older than 65 years.
Mask mandates for airplanes, trains, and transit hubs that were set to expire next week will be extended to April 18.
Medical students who are underrepresented in medicine (URIM) have a higher risk for exhaustion-related burnout.