While testicular cancer is curable for most patients, even when it has spread, delaying treatment can lead to more advanced, and potentially fatal, disease, researchers write.
The findings revealed that 17 percent of people reported having problems paying their medical bill over the past 12 months.
Despite the awfulness of Anorexia and its potentially fatal outcomes, despite a death rate more than 12 times higher than any other psychiatric syndrome, insurers still try to balk at providing adequate coverage.
The state hasn't adjusted the affordable rate since 2012. The numbers approved today will hurt people who have little, if any, disposable income.
The revamped Health Connector website did not suffer the same outages and delays as last year as thousands of people without insurance signed up for health plans before last night's midnight deadline.
Governor Peter Shumlin of Vermont announced on Wednesday that Vermont would not pursue single payer healthcare in this coming legislative session.
The deal would cap prices for Partners HealthCare in the short term but would let the state’s largest hospital network add four more hospitals.
You have the right to insurance coverage of mental health on a par with physical health, but you probably don't know it, a survey finds.
Six months after a new health insurance enrollment site was supposed to be up and running, most of the elements don't work for all users or don't work at all.
Medical bills that make you go 'What?!" How did a check-up that was supposed to be free turn into a $446 bill for ear-wax rinsing and a letter from a collection agency?
There is evidence that oral health is tied to heart disease, diabetes and HIV, but dental care is often separated from medical care.