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"The nurse validates that it's not a hangover — you're really sick — and then we pay for the day off to get healthy again."
Don't yell out "nurse" or lie about your medical history, and don't talk to nurses like they are running a hotel.
Life expectancy in the US keeps going down, and a new study says America’s worsening inequality could be to blame
According to new research, the average American's life expectancy has once again gone down, despite the nation's billion-dollar health care system.
Healthcare workers are uncomfortable with tech giants like Google handling patient data, a survey found
A YouGov survey found 49% of healthcare workers strongly disliked the idea of big tech firms analyzing patient data.
Pharma stocks plunged after federal prosecutors launched a criminal probe into their role in fueling the opioid crisis
Traders wiped more than $3 billion from the market caps of five drug companies after learning they received grand jury subpoenas.
Nurses suggest patients advocate for themselves, as diagnostic errors (or mistakes doctors can make with treatment) affect 1 in 20 adults each year.
What I learned as a Canadian reporting on healthcare in America — and what Americans can learn from Canada
All Canadians have public health insurance. But private insurance exists in Canada and healthcare isn't free.
I developed a 5-step strategy to cut my healthcare costs after getting slammed with surprise medical bills
The first year with a high-deductible health insurance plan may feel overwhelming, but there are plenty of ways to slash expenses.
Apple is rolling out 3 new health studies, and anyone with an iPhone can participate — here’s how to sign up
Apple rolled out a new app called "Research," which allows iPhone users to participate in years-long health studies that track data from their phones.
An unprecedented study suggests the Apple Watch can help detect heart problems. But very few people actually used it to do that.
The Apple Watch can detect heart problems like afib, according to a recent study. But few of the participants actually finished, suggesting there's work to be done in digital health.