What to Know About State Moves to Ban Transgender Health Care
States across the country are considering laws that would restrict gender-related medical care.
¿Cómo usar el Narcan, el aerosol para revertir sobredosis?
Esta versión de la naloxona, el fármaco que bloquea el efecto de los opiáceos en el cerebro, puede salvar vidas. Este es el modo de usarlo correctamente.
Should You Get Another Covid Booster?
Britain and Canada have authorized another round of booster shots for older and immunocompromised citizens. So far, U.S. officials haven’t followed suit.
AstraZeneca’s Covid Vaccine May Have Posed a Higher Heart Risk for Young Women, Study Shows
A new analysis examined deaths in Britain, where the company’s product was restricted in 2021 because of safety concerns.
How To Use Narcan to Save a Life
Narcan and other naloxone nasal sprays swiftly reverse an opioid overdose and are easy to use.
How to Use Narcan Nasal Spray
Narcan, a naloxone nasal spray, is now approved for over-the-counter sales and should be widely available by late summer. Experts say that these sprays can swiftly reverse an opioid overdose and are easy to use. Here’s how.
Over-the-Counter Narcan Could Save More Lives. But Price and Stigma Are Obstacles.
The Food and Drug Administration is expected this week to allow the overdose-reversal medication to be sold without a prescription, a step toward making it a common emergency tool.
The Incredible Challenge of Counting Every Global Birth and Death
In rural Colombia, as in many parts of the world, tallying births and deaths is one of the most desperately needed public-health measures. It’s a lot harder than it sounds.
Biden Plan to Cut Billions in Medicare Fraud Ignites Lobbying Frenzy
The Biden administration has proposed changes to how it would pay private Medicare Advantage plans.
In Mississippi, a Choice to Forgo Medicaid Funds Is Killing Hospitals
Mississippi is one of 10 states, all with Republican-led legislatures, that continue to reject federal funding to expand health insurance for the poor, intensifying financial pressure on hospitals.