A challenge to the Affordable Care Act is scheduled to come before the Supreme Court Nov. 10, just days after Election Day.
Misinformation and stigma around the novel coronavirus has led to more than 100 patients fleeing from COVID-19 care facilities.
The University of South Carolina started with a tidy coronavirus tracking dashboard and a few manageable cases. Then things started to unravel.
In the middle of an Austin neighborhood designated early on as a coronavirus hotspot, one co-op house has successfully turned itself into a bubble.
Surprise, surprise—your COVID-19 testing experience probably has a lot to do with how much money you have!
Students shouldn’t have to personally bear the burden of their safety, or have to see Drake memes about it, yet here we are.
Sure, we may have a lower investment in the collective good, but we've also been basically conditioned to avoid answering the phone at any and all costs.
The healthcare giant told employees late Wednesday that it will allow those who work at its headquarters to continue working from home until 2021.
In states without Medicaid expansion, it can be virtually impossible to qualify for the program unless you’re pregnant, an extremely low-income parent, or deeply ill and disabled.
Four senior politicians, including Home Minister Amit Shah, have avoided the very hospitals they govern and have instead opted for private clinics.
Schools commonly track and report campus outbreaks of illnesses like STIs or the mumps, but for COVID, they're being far less transparent.
While some schools provide housing for quarantine, others won't let students on campus unless they self-isolate within the state for two weeks, leaving many scrambling to find somewhere else to stay.