We sit down with one of the top pandemic reporters in the country to answer listener questions.
What Chicago can teach the rest of the country about distributing vaccines more equitably.
What one doctor has learned after a year of fighting the virus.
A new federal effort races to virtually deploy critical care providers wherever they’re needed — from COVID hospitals to floods, fires, and even war.
Drugmakers and regulators are placing an unprecedented emphasis on diversity in vaccine clinical trials.
COVID-19 has forced rule changes that have created a telehealth revolution. What have we learned, and are these policies here to stay?
While the coronavirus pandemic has sucked up all the oxygen, the opioid crisis continues to get worse.
Medicare is usually a top election issue. But not this year, even though one of its trust funds is fast running out of money.
Although health care consumed nearly one-third of the first presidential debate, the conversation left a lot to be desired.
The 2020 election was supposed to be all about health care. Then 2020 happened.