Thousands at South L.A. church hear calls to sign up for insurance if they don't already have it.
The product's chemical composition is constantly changing, making it very hard for researchers to design studies to assess e-cigarettes' effects.
Warnings about red tape, long waits, and multiple visits to sign up for Medicaid didn't scare Brad Stevens half as much as the alternative — paying $2,500 out-of-pocket to see a thyroid specialist.
Denmark, S.C., once had one of the state's highest teen pregnancy rates, but in the last 30 years, sex education programs have helped lower that rate to one of the state's lowest.
Latinos are the most uninsured group in the country, but they're newly leery of President Obama and the Affordable Care Act.
At least 16 of the measles victims were intentionally unvaccinated. California allows parents to opt out of vaccinating their children.
Though the health insurance law is federal, we're not exactly all in this together. Each state runs its own insurance market and pools, so a big turnout of the healthy in New York won't help Texas.
In states like California, it's up to trusted members of the Latino community to sign up enrollees, but political wrangling is delaying them.
Marathons are increasingly popular with recreational runners, but do they benefit from the intense training? Researchers in Boston say yes.
California hospitals have reduced infections caused by incorrect insertion of central lines and catheters for urinary tract infections.
The extension would so far not apply to California, where the state's health care exchange said it will not follow the federal government's lead.
California has signed up over one million people on its insurance exchange. Asian-Americans represent a high percentage of sign-ups, but some groups have proved hard to reach.
The deadline for signing up is coming. We've got a quiz to see if you understand the elements of your own health insurance and the federal law.
PBS's "Frontline" travels to the epicenter of a rising epidemic: drug-resistant tuberculosis that's costly and tough to treat.
Nearly 32 million people were underinsured in 2012, meaning they had insurance but that it wasn't robust enough to protect them from major medical costs, according to the Commonwealth Fund.
March 31 marks the end of Obamacare’s inaugural open-enrollment period and your last chance to sign up for a health plan through Covered California or the private market.