Many Americans are diagnosed with mental health conditions, but most don't get professional help, even if they're insured. Obstacles include difficulties finding providers their plan covers.
access to health care
North Carolina A&T and Cone Health will sign a memorandum of understanding to solidify the clinical training partnership.
Insured or not, one in five said they couldn't get treated for serious illness, while preventive and elective procedures were neglected. Disruptions in care hit Black and Native Americans the hardest.
Though doctors and advocates have helped speed up access to the antiviral pills – of which the U.S. has enough to treat 1.7 million people – health providers are few and forms are still required.
HIV remains a problem in the U.S. because people don't use life-saving prevention and treatments. COVID is heading down the same path. Here are insights from people fighting on the frontlines of HIV.
Getting diagnosed with incurable breast cancer didn't end this reporter's life — it just marked a new chapter. She and others with the diagnosis have insights that might help you, too.
The first such march was held the day after President Donald Trump's inauguration in 2017. Thousands of people were expected to turn out in hundreds of cities across the nation on Saturday.
Doctors meeting patients where they are. The use of technology in truly innovative ways. These are among the many positive changes brought by the pandemic, Dr. Shantanu Nundy argues in a new book.
Katherine Standefer was uninsured and working as a hiking guide when diagnosed with a genetic heart condition. She chronicles her experience with an implanted heart device in Lightning Flowers.
A new survey of Americans across all income brackets captures some surprising views about their economic experience and expectations of success.