Families of children with special health care needs often reduce work hours or leave a job to care for their child and lose an estimated average of $18,000 a year in household income.
Los Angeles has become the first major school system in the United States to mandate COVID-19 vaccination for all students 12 and older.
The FDA announced that it had rejected the applications of nearly a million electronic cigarettes and related products.
In an assertive offensive against a resurgent COVID-19 pandemic, President Joe Biden announced sweeping new efforts at pressuring tens of millions of US government workers to get vaccinated against the illness or face disciplinary action.
The law on whether or not students in Florida schools will be required to wear masks has changed again.
We speak to two doctors about life after hanging up their white coats.
Racial and ethnic diversity in U.S. clinical academic departments increased, but at a slower rate than proportions of women in faculty positions, during the past three decades.
School districts in Florida can require their students to wear masks, despite the governor’s order blocking mask mandates — for now at least.
Differences in health care utilization across racial and ethnic groups explain the majority of inequities in US health care spending.
The potential cost-savings resulting from teledermatology consultations in a Medicare population is assessed.