The Senate health bill could make health care unaffordable for Americans with pre-existing conditions who must buy insurance on their own. Here’s what to know.
The Senate’s version of a replacement for the Affordable Care Act will help you if you are rich or young and healthy. But older, poorer, or sicker people will find higher costs and skimpier or nonexistent coverage.
It’s a common complaint about Medicare drug plans: A patient goes to the drugstore to pick up a prescription, only to find out the plan won’t cover it.
Breast cancer screening has advanced along with the changing technology landscape. Here’s what you need to know.
Will you have enough money to pay your health care bills in retirement? If so, you may be among a lucky minority, a new report suggests.
The proposed replacement for the Affordable Care Act will leave millions without health insurance and make coverage skimpier for those who still have it.
If you’re on Medicare and in the hospital under observation status, there’s good news–and bad news–about how you might be billed.
Medicaid is the second-biggest source of U.S. health coverage. The American Health Care Act would cap spending on this program. Here’s what is at stake.
The American Health Care Act could strand people with pre-existing conditions in health plans that have high premiums and skimpy coverage. Here’s how.
Your doctor’s gender may determine the type of care you receive during a hospital stay. Here’s what to know.