The much-awaited bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act or Obamacare will be introduced by Republicans this week.
United States of America President Donald Trump approved the use of tax credits to aid US citizens in purchasing health care insurance.
The national health spending is the US is expected to accelerate by a 5.6% increase annually from 2016 through 2015.
Studies reveal that children in low-income families are more susceptible to asthma and are more likely to develop ADHD.
The number of Obamacare clients under the Humana health care plans have dropped by 70 percent last January. This happened after Humana had a legal battle over a proposed merged with insurance company Aetna.
Canada is pioneering in providing affordable universal healthcare most especially to AIDS victims. This move is believed to be one of the best ways to bring an end to AIDS and other HIV diseases.
Birth control may be more expensive when Donald Trump repeals the implementation of Obamacare. Women today have voiced out their concerns and are looking for alternatives that will last until the last year of his presidency.
Many Americans have remained unimpressed with the health care system, a series of polls found.
A sparsely-populated town in rural Alabama is currently experiencing an alarming increase of tuberculosis incidence rate that already resulted in three deaths and 47 confirmed infections.
Pregnant women who traveled recently to places infected by Zika are advised to undergo testing.
If your blood sugar levels are even slightly higher than the normal but not diabetic, you may still face an increased risk of kidney damage, suggests a Norwegian study
A protester against planned parenthood was sued not for airing his stand but for alleged disturbing patients of getting their chosen health care.
According to a new study, people with diabetes who lived in poorer neighborhoods were more likely to lose a limb than wealthy diabetics.
A new study found that the U.S Hispanic/Latino population faces a greater risk of developing cardiovascular diseases because of obesity.
The latest Commonwealth Mirror Mirror report ranked the U.S. health care system last out of a list of 11 developed nations.