This morning, insurance marketplaces opened around the nation allowing Americans the chance to comparison shop for insurance. Now all Americana can find out what the Affordable Care Act – or Obamacare – really means to them.
Bone marrow donations can potentially save the lives of people with leukemia, lymphoma and other blood cancers. But it can be difficult finding donors, especially within certain ethnic communities.
The Affordable Care Act — Obamacare — kicks off Tuesday with open enrollment in healthcare plans under California's new exchange. Confused? We have answers on our resource page here.
The complaint says the AIDS Healthcare Foundation plan to create a city health department would “immediately disrupt critical public health services.”
A study finds that neighborhoods where more parents filed for vaccination exemptions for their children had higher rates of infection during the 2010 pertussis outbreak.
Covered California has awarded $40 million to community organizations and clinics to educate the public on the Affordable Care Act.
The head of Covered California predicts some glitches and delays, but says that overall the online health insurance marketplace is ready to go live on Tuesday.
Love it, hate it, Obamacare is the law of the land. KQED's "The California Report" offers an interactive guide to understanding how it affects you.
On Tuesday, a key part of the Affordable Care Act is going live: People will be able to buy health insurance from new marketplaces in every state, including California.
We spoke with Dr. Monica Soni, assistant professor of clinical medicine at USC, about who should get vaccinated and why you should do it now.
Getting the young and healthy to buy health insurance is essential to the success of the Affordable Care Act, many believe.
Three medical professionals performed an emergency tracheotomy with a pocket knife after a former Kern County supervisor started choking.
There's growing evidence that epigenetics — which involves the mechanisms that turn individual genes on and off in a cell — is critical in determining a child's risk of developing problems ranging from autism to diabetes, according to new research.
The number of people who die each year because of medical errors in hospitals may be twice as high as previously estimated. An analysis suggest that 210,000 or more people may suffer some type of preventable harm that contributes to their death.
Nurses did not strike, but the walkout prompted the postponement of non-essential surgeries.
In just two weeks, residents of California will be able to begin shopping for health care coverage, and find out about subsidies and credits, at the state's new health care exchange.