by Tara Culp-Ressler Posted on April 16, 2015
Arizona residents may be in an especially bad situation if the Supreme Court rules against the health law.
A new survey details the lengths women go to try to avoid being the target of harassment.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Posted on April 15, 2015
The "ground zero" for personhood is gearing up for another contentious political battle.
by Sam P.K. Collins Posted on April 15, 2015
"[The withholding of data] creates indirect costs for public and private entities, including patients themselves, who pay for sub-optimal or harmful treatments."
Politicians actually came together to pass bipartisan health care legislation.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Posted on April 14, 2015
Laws designed to discriminate against LGBT people have a long history in efforts to restrict abortion and contraception.
Why it matters that two people were sentenced to prison for spreading salmonella.
by Sam P.K. Collins Posted on April 14, 2015
Maine is reaching a record number of people with its needle exchange programs. Here's why that's a true public health success.
Their hallways aren't wide enough. They attract too many protesters. They'll harm the environment. The list goes on.
by Sacha Feinman Posted on April 13, 2015
A chemical ash rained down on residents of Torrance, California, after an ExxonMobile refinery explosion in February. Why were residents told so little about the potential toxic effects?