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.
We ask the experts about Biden’s plans to increase COVID-19 testing, shore up PPE and supply chains, and institute a national mask mandate.
What do experts think of President Trump’s COVID-19 response? And what do they think a second Trump term could look like for health policy?
In part two of our series, we examine why more doctors don’t seek help, and the costly consequences that distress can have.
The pandemic is taking a toll on providers’ mental health. The first of a two-part series begins with an ER doctor on the frontlines in Arizona.
How are educators and families navigating what we know, and don’t know, about the risks of restarting school during a pandemic?
As medical interns step into their new roles as doctors, one resident gives us a window into her experiences in the COVID ICU.
We dig into the latest polling on how voters are feeling about health care and the pandemic.