Accelerating the pace of engineering and science.
Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd hears tips from CBS News' Jill Schlesinger on navigating the market for long-term care.
The bill is in response to President Trump's executive order allowing employers to opt out of providing coverage due to moral or religious objections.
The number of Yemenis needing aid rose to 20 million this year, or more than two-thirds of the population, according to the World Food Program.
The pill is designed to help patients take medication consistently, but it also raises some privacy concerns.
New guidelines by the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology say your blood pressure might not be as good as you thought.
Treating American service members hurt in Iraq and Afghanistan created a new military emphasis on those with more than one serious injury.
Last year, doctors at Massachusetts General Hospital for Children were confronted with a difficult decision.
Researchers and manufacturers of the vaccine are trying to find a way to produce a more effective product.
Pollution levels in some areas of Delhi have reached 30 times the World Health Organization's recommended limit.
On the first day of open enrollment, 200,000 Americans signed up — double the number that signed up on the first day in 2016.
Maine is the first state to expand Medicaid through a citizen's initiative, and supporters say it sends a message to the country that more people need affordable health coverage.
This year's Affordable Care Act enrollment period has been cut in half, and some consumers may face higher premiums.
Do you call 911 if you witness a drug overdose? That's a dilemma for many people who use drugs.
Lev Facher, Washington correspondent for STAT, joins Here & Now's Robin Young with more on what to expect.
Over the course of 20 years as the state's chief medical examiner, Dr. Thomas Andrew has seen overdoses rise from 30 cases a year to over 500.
Last week a federal judge ordered the city of Flint, Michigan, to choose a long-term water source. So far the city has yet to make a decision.
Among the thousands of people uprooted by the wildfires were scores of very ill people whose final wish was to die peacefully at home.
Even those with health insurance could face high medical bills.
The crisis is prompting a sea change in attitudes about prescribing medications.
The crisis was the leading cause of death for Americans under 50 last year, claiming more than 64,000 lives.