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A new, more conservative Supreme Court is about to rule on its first major cases involving reproductive health and rights.
What are the public health impacts of police violence and what would a public health response look like?
With business models upended by COVID-19, hospitals are dusting off a decades-old model for bringing acute care into patients' homes.
Sites known as preprint servers post research in mere days. That speed has advantages during a health crisis, but it also comes with risks.
How racism makes wearing a mask in public much more complicated for one black doctor.
Some scientists argue we should intentionally infect volunteers with the coronavirus to get a vaccine sooner. How would it work?
The coronavirus has dashed Colorado Democrats' dreams of passing a highly anticipated public option bill.
Public health departments find themselves fighting the coronavirus with phones and faxes rather than the real-time data that they need.
Inside one county's efforts to use contact tracing to flatten the COVID-19 curve.
What happened to Medicaid during the last recession? And what can that teach us going into the next one?
The Supreme Court ruled insurers are owed billions under an obscure ACA provision. What are the origins and implications of the case?
The coronavirus is straining our primary care system. But, for some, the situation is starting to look up.