Mental illness is common — and so are misperceptions about it. These too-often-believed myths can be harmful to you and your loved ones.
A small group of advocates and entrepreneurs is using mobile phones and digital scales to make a difference in the health of poor people, too.
The experiment in private partnership begins in Palo Alto, Calif.
But the authors caution against concluding that folic acid is ineffective.
Vomiting, breathing problems, lethargy, unconsciousness result from pirate pills laced with fentanyl.
They recognize the responsibility, but some may need training.
Seniors slammed with big premium increases face tough choices.
Researchers say tests could be faster, cheaper, more accurate.
A better way to communicate with patients and track their progress?
Faced with the possibility of a tax penalty, many people scrambled to enroll, and the exchange extended the deadline for those who officially started the process as of Jan. 31.
The proposed compromise would avert $1 billion in budget cuts but still must be approved by a two-thirds majority in the legislature.
Poverty and mental illness are among problems keeping about two-thirds of those infected — mainly minorities — from receiving treatment.
Tuesday is the deadline to sign up for health coverage that begins in January, so Covered California is boosting enrollment efforts in certain underserved communities.
The move signals growing recognition of HIV/AIDS’ transformation from a death sentence to a serious but manageable disease.
Federal policy requires that California broaden taxes on insurers to fund Medicaid, but state insurers and many Republican legislators are opposed.
A small study in the San Francisco Bay area suggests that various ethnicities share some of the same goals when it comes to end-of-life care. Often, though, they don’t get what they want.
About 33,000 adults have signed up for dental insurance as an unsubsidized, optional benefit through Covered California.
Researchers found Medi-Cal patients were diagnosed later, were less likely to receive recommended treatment and had lower survival rates.
Only about half of blacks considered eligible for subsidies have enrolled.
During a recent, widespread food poisoning outbreak in San Jose, some of the most detailed accounts surfaced on the popular consumer review site.