Michelle Andrews, Kaiser Health News
“I’d much rather have a resistant, alive youth than a dead one.”
The state ended religious exemptions after a measles outbreak got almost 900 New Yorkers sick.
Some people ages 27 to 45 may benefit from the vaccine for the human papillomavirus, but most won't.
When Corey Walsh began using the drug Truvada, the pills were free but the quarterly lab tests and doctors' visits cost almost $400.
There are more measles cases in New York right now than in the widely publicized outbreak in Washington state.
If young people with cancer want to have kids later, they might have to pay out of pocket for things like egg retrieval, egg and sperm storage, and treatments like IVF.
Up to half of college students report that they're either not getting enough to eat or are worried about their access to food.
The Trump administration's proposed changes to Title X family planning grants could cripple efforts to curb the record number of STDs, experts fear.
People can see medical specialists and psychiatrists without ever leaving the facility, but is less contact with the outside world a good thing?
New guidance directs VA staff to discuss with veterans how their use of medical marijuana could interact with other prescriptions or aspects of their care.