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A January 2018 survey provides a picture of women’s experiences with family planning safety net clinics like Planned Parenthood.
Structural forces in our society push some groups of people into poorer, sicker, and shorter lives.
From 2011 and 2017, units of medication for treating opioid use disorder and overdoses paid for by Medicaid increased 183 percent.
Urban's inaugural Janice Nittoli Practitioner Fellow Manmeet Kaur started City Health Works to address an urgent lack of chronic disease care management.
Urban's new podcast discusses the possibility of a single-payer health system, for which public support has risen considerably.
Congress has agreed to extend funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program, a critical source of coverage for young children.
Why did US life expectancy decline for a second year in a row?
Despite strong support for birth control among women, steps by the administration may put access to it at risk.
Exposure to indoor allergens and irritants like mold, moisture, pests, and tobacco smoke can exacerbate asthma.

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