The DOJ argues that a restrictive new ban conflicts with a federal law that requires doctors to give pregnant women appropriate medical care, including abortion when necessary.
A resurgence in COVID-19 cases is testing the endurance of health care workers who care for the sickest patients, most of whom are unvaccinated.
Dr. Ming Lin was let go in March from a hospital in Bellingham, Wash., after posting criticisms and suggestions on social media. The ACLU is helping him sue for damages and job reinstatement.
Weary of losing neighbors and patients to gunfire, St. Louis trauma surgeon Laurie Punch has a message: Gun violence is contagious, but so is healing. Doctors who teach can be part of the solution.
Medevac helicopter companies are on the congressional radar, as a funding bill for the Federal Aviation Administration nears passage. Consumer protections against deceptive practices could become law.
ER workers helped patients who arrived after a suicide attempt develop a tailored "safety plan," that included coping strategies of what to do and whom to call if the urge arose again.
For a small percentage of people who smoke marijuana, long term use can make them sick with violent vomiting. California doctors worry they'll see more cases when pot is fully legalized in January.
To manage the volume of gunshot victims from a mass shooting Sunday night that occurred along the Las Vegas Strip, local hospitals used ambulance bays and hallways as triage locations.