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Anthony Ruffin’s personal mission to place the most vulnerable people living on the street in housing
While the United States faces an epidemic of narcotic addiction, most of the world dies in pain.
Does the president want Congress to strike a bipartisan deal on health care? As with so many other issues, it depends on the hour.
The president’s executive order recommended expanding the use of bare-bones plans. But they could lead to high bills.
Last week, the president ended an important subsidy insurers were relying on to set their prices. What now?
A pair of key senators has reached a deal to stabilize the law, but Republican leaders in Congress—not to mention President Trump—could still sink its prospects.
Not everyone wants to be reminded of calories when trying to get directions.
The last vestiges of the devastating virus persist where terrorists stop vaccines from reaching babies and children.
What is the common thread between objections to gay Boy Scouts and female Boy Scouts?
A pair of lawmakers are nearing a bipartisan agreement on health care, but it’s not the one the president wants.
An experimental procedure that regenerates sperm could ensure that men are able to have kids following chemotherapy.
In the biggest attack on the health-care law yet, the administration will end payments that insurers use to help poor customers.
The measure might make insurance cheaper for the healthy and pricier for those with serious health conditions, experts say
When others might go to prison, powerful people go to rehab.
“Whole-family cemeteries” make the case that you should be allowed to rest with your dog or cat.
This useless accessory has one job—which it fails at.
A new tool helps primary-care physicians draw on medical expertise from all over the world.
It is unclear what they do—but they likely play a central role in aging and disease.
The research is mixed.
In the wake of Las Vegas, only one thing is certain, according to James Fallows: It will happen again.
The contrasting ways Chinese people and Westerners express symptoms could point to distinct experiences of the same disorder.