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When Esther-Louise Heij’s son asked if she could trace his genetic father, she began a battle to find out whether she was deceived by her late doctor, Jan Karbaat, who is suspected of fathering up to 200 of his patients’ children
Researchers suggest people getting Vivitrol shots may be more susceptible to a fatal overdose if they halt the regimen early and resume using opiates.
Big corporations — giant retailers and health insurance companies — are teaming up to become your doctor.
The new deals involving major corporations loom over doctors’ livelihoods, intensifying pressure on small practices and pushing them closer to extinction. NYT reports.
Less than a quarter of the unaccompanied minors due to be relocated to Ireland from a Calais camp have arrived, the immigration minister, David Stanton, said. The government agreed to accept up to 200 children from the camp, known as the Jungle, in late 2016. Final figures show that 41 have been rel
Meanwhile, Mississippi gets its first female senator.
Emergency room doctors are seeing a growing caseload of nausea and vomiting in marijuana users whose only relief is a long, hot shower.
A law meant to protect patients like mine was probably making him suffer more.
California's Democratic lawmakers are pondering ways to lay the groundwork for a single-payer health care system in the state. Supporters say such a system would cover everyone, streamline an unwieldy bureaucracy and bring down costs. Opponents say it could lead to unacceptably high taxes, a flight of doctors to other states and a rationing of care as patients’ needs overwhelm providers. We explain.
Real Housewives of Orange Country star addresses cancer controversy
Patients were transferred from a private health care provider to other facilities, and some were not properly licensed
We trust computer technology to solve problems, save time and money, and improve our lives. It has. Why didn’t it work with electronic health records?
In California, there is no legal requirement that medical bills be written in clear language, with all charges explained. This is a sickness that needs curing.
Officials are close to limiting doses of the painkillers, but doctors say doing so could put older patients into withdrawal or lead them to buy deadly street drugs.
As the number of care applications reaches record levels, a ‘new deal’ is needed to help young people in the system and those on the edge of care
People think social workers break families apart, when we work tirelessly to keep them together
Daniel Lavelle, a journalism student, writes about the abuse and neglect he saw growing up in Britain’s care system
Kary Stewart looks at why 850,000 children work in Bolivia, and whether the numbers can be vindicated by the country’s unique cultural context
Health insurers are firing back at the controversial coupons, which they say actually increases drug costs.
Consumers can save thousands in out-of-pocket prescription costs. But there’s evidence they may only help Big Pharma’s bottom line.