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$3.2 billion startup insurer Oscar Health just announced huge plans to sell Obamacare plans in a dozen new markets
Oscar Health is following a trend of other healthcare startups, expanding into multiple new sites across the US.
A day in the life of a nurse who works 10-hour shifts in an NYC cancer unit keeping patients comfortable in the midst of a national drug shortage
Business Insider shadowed Czarina Cecilio, a registered nurse at the Multiple Myeloma Center in New York City, for one day.
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The "Charmed" actress talked about her decision to get abortions in her 20s. "It was not an easy choice," she said.
The 4 Democratic presidential candidates who cosponsored Bernie Sanders’ Medicare for All Senate bill either no longer support it or won’t...
Several 2020 Democrats who cosponsored Bernie Sanders' Medicare for All bill in the Senate are tempering their once full-throated endorsements.
Suicides among nurses are on the rise. Here’s why one of America’s fastest-growing jobs is facing a major crisis.
Nurses work long hours and often face physical abuse. A report found that they had a higher rate of suicide than men and women in the US.
A new study debunks the idea that the US spends more on healthcare because it doesn’t spend enough on social services
Researchers examined why the US spends so much more on healthcare than other high-income countries.
The founder of a startup that charged $8,000 to fill your veins with young blood says he’s shuttered the company and started a new one
Ambrosia offered to rejuvenate people with infusions of young blood. Its founder says it had to close down after an FDA warning. He also says he has a new company.
Medicare for All would radically change the American healthcare system if it's implemented. Here's a look at what it could do to the stakeholders.
A new prescription drug made from CBD has been groundbreaking for kids with epilepsy. We talked to their parents about the good, the bad and the ugly ...
There's "that sense that it is going to be a cure-all. And it's just not," one mom whose child is taking the new drug said.