How a chronic lifeguard shortage serves as a springboard to address racial inequities
Shuttered pools hit low-income families particularly hard, since they don't have a lot of affordable options for summer fun.
The gun violence epidemic Is ‘Locking us back in our room’
Children’s health experts are advocating for exposure to gun violence be considered what’s known as an 'adverse childhood experience.'
How a medical recoding may limit cancer patients’ options for breast reconstruction
Medical coding is the backbone for 'how business gets done in medicine,' a physician said.
A Catch 22 for Clinics: State bans limit abortion counseling. Federal Title X rules require it
Federal law requires clinics to offer pregnant women information about prenatal care and delivery, and other topics.
He returned to the U.S. for his daughter’s wedding. A Pa. hospital socked him with a $42K bill
The bill came from UPMC Williamsport, part of a health system that is now the largest provider in many parts of Pa.
Community paramedics don’t wait for an emergency to visit rural patients at home
Community paramedicine is expanding nationwide, including in rural areas, as more recognize its potential to improve health and save money.