Congress has agreed to extend funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program, a critical source of coverage for young children.
Asthma prevalence is closely related to environmental, genetic, and demographic factors, such as income and ethnicity.
Exposure to indoor allergens and irritants like mold, moisture, pests, and tobacco smoke can exacerbate asthma.
Certain groups seem more likely to suffer from asthma, including low-income households, renters, and children.
A promising Medicaid initiative for opioid treatment has been implemented in Maryland, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
Manmeet Kaur describes how the Nittoli Fellowship has supported the mission of her organization City Health Works.
In July, the Department of Health and Human Services said it will eliminate funding for 81 programs focused on preventing teen pregnancy.
Austin's Foundation Communities launched free, on-site health programming with the help of a variety of partner health organizations.
Recently released data collected from the 500 largest US cities reveal where health problems are most persistent.