With COVID-19 restrictions lifted, some are hesitant to do things they had looked forward to doing post-vaccine. It's called COVID transition anxiety.
President Biden took a cautious victory lap Friday, saying 300 million COVID-19 vaccine shots have been administered in the 150 days since he took office.
In a surprisingly strong 7-2 decision, the Supreme Court turned back the latest constitutional challenge to the Affordable Care Act, likely heralding the end of GOP efforts to strike the law in its entirety through court action. Meanwhile, Democratic lawmakers are looking for ways to expand health benefits. Joanne Kenen of Politico, Mary Ellen McIntire of CQ Roll Call and Rachel Cohrs of Stat join KHN’s Julie Rovner to discuss these issues and more. Also, Rovner interviews Andy Slavitt, who recently stepped down from the Biden administration’s covid response team, about his new book on the pandemic.
At this care home in Lleida all its residents are finally fully vaccinated against the coronavirus and that, they say, deserves a good party o…
Las últimas cifras de inscripción al Medicaid muestran que creció de 71,3 millones de miembros en febrero de 2020, cuando la pandemia comenzaba en los Estados Unidos, a 80,5 millones en enero, según un análisis de KFF de datos federales.
The U.S. marks another milestone in the nationwide vaccination effort: President Biden said 300 million shots have been administered in 150 days.
More than 80 million Americans with low incomes were receiving health coverage through the federal-state program in January. The program now covers nearly 1 in 4 people nationwide.
Craig Mish joins Ben and Ariel to discuss the if the Reds recent hot streak can be sustained the rest of the season.
Craig Mish joins Ben and Ariel to discuss how the MLB's new sticky substance policy can impact bettors
The United States is devoting $3.2 billion to advance development of antiviral pills for COVID-19, officials said Thursday.
There’s a simple question every Niners player — nay, every professional athlete — has to ask themselves these days: Do they want to play?
U.S. Latinas have left the workforce in droves as a result of the pandemic. That's according to a report by the UCLA Latino Policy and Politic…
Smart robots distribute holy water from the well of Zamzam to pilgrims in a bid to avoid contact between workers and people amid Covid precaut…
Kevin and Donnie discuss if pitchers are at a bigger health risk due to MLB's new foreign substance policy
California Gov. Gavin Newsom celebrated the state's reopening at the Universal Studios theme park in Los Angeles Tuesday with another drawing,…