Video discussion about the problems with short term health plans – also known as "skinny plans," which may have lower monthly premiums, but will not provide the benefits or protections required by the ACA.
Importation of prescription drugs to lower costs is being proposed by the Trump Administration using demonstration projects and other pathways. Safety concerns and monitoring have yet to be addressed, but it could be human experimentation without informed
Women are twice as likely to suffer from PTSD as men and yet in the media it is still associated primarily with active-duty servicemembers and veterans.
When considering where to dispose of your prescription drugs, the first place to check is your local pharmacy.
African-American women aging with HIV often have histories of abuse and trauma, in addition to other medical conditions. A few share their stories.
Products with CBD (cannabidiol) are being widely sold, but there are unknown risks to the health of women, breast-feeding infants, or a developing fetus.
Congress is working to strengthen legislation that requires health insurance companies to treat mental health benefits like physical health ones.
Women who are subject to violence – often from intimate partners – are more likely to turn to opioids or other substances leading to further health and life problems, including increased risk for HIV infection.
Public Awareness Campaign on Sex Differences in Heart Disease and Improving Recruitment and Retention of Women in Device Trials
Women experience different signs and symptoms of heart disease, which can lead to ineffective, delayed or missed treatment opportunities.
Opioids such as heroin and fentanyl, continue to harm women and families. Women are at greater risk for OUD because of biologic differences, and women also have higher rates of chronic pain.
Most Americans say the government should take action to prevent surprise medical bills. Here is what Congress is doing to fight them.
Insurance companies sometimes try to cut costs by substituting less expensive drugs for a specific drug prescription. That's raising problems in many cases, and actually causing harm.
While California has comprehensive state laws to limit surprise billing from hospitals, patients still get very high surprise bills for emergency care and the state is looking to close that loophole – and create a model for Federal legislation.
Let's make this year’s open enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) a little easier. Check it out.