Health Care

The pandemic proves it: We have to reimagine nursing home care from the ground...

We cannot throw money at long-term care then walk away without ensuring needed changes are taking place. That's not the answer.

Breastfeeding isn’t just healthy for mother and child; it’s good for the environment |...

Breastmilk lowers your carbon footprint because it is natural, renewable food that is environmentally safe. It is produced without pollution or waste.

The pandemic has us all stuck in a rut. Remember to take time to...

Life is tricky and goals can be hard to achieve. I am a firm believer that everyone achieves more than they may think. Take a moment to appreciate that.

Perry boosted by $200K from Big Pharma-linked group as dark money hits PA-10

The ads are part of a multimillion-dollar campaign to support members of Congress who voted against a Democratic bill tackling high drug prices.

Trump’s payroll tax holiday will undermine Social Security and Medicare. Here’s how | Ray...

The White House's plan fits very well into the GOP narrative of reducing the financial stability of Social Security and Medicare.

If we’re serious about protecting religious liberty, we need universal healthcare | Bruce Ledewitz

In the interests of social peace, and the long-term protection of religious liberty, the availability of medical care must be separated from employment.

Watchdog group calls on Wolf, state officials to ‘terminate’ contract with anti-abortion organization

In a letter to Gov. Tom Wolf, Attorney General Josh Shapiro and Department of Human Services Secretary Teresa Miller, the group, the Campaign for Accountability, says Real Alternatives has misappropriated public funds and exploited a state program.

Levine: Younger adults now make up 45 percent of Pa.’s COVID-19 cases

Mirroring trends in other states, adults aged 19 to 49 now make up an increasing share of Pennsylvania's COVID-19 cases, state Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine said Monday, as she issued an urgent warning...

Despite transparency and privacy concerns, anti-abortion group continues to receive taxpayer dollars

At issue is whether Harrisburg-based Real Alternatives, which bills itself as “empowering women for life,” when it comes to their reproductive choices, has shared protected medical information, and misused taxpayer money to expand its operations in two other states. 

In ruling with Pa. implications, U.S. Supreme Court hands victories to religious employers in...

Reproductive rights advocates say the ruling potentially affects hundreds of thousands of people seeking birth control.