As many Americans scramble to sign up to health insurance exchanges before the end of the year, deductibles are high on consumers’ lists of concerns.
As Ireland considers how to encourage younger people to join the private insurance marketplace, the nation’s two-tier public and private medical system receives national scrutiny.
New initiatives are set to be put in place to encourage smokers to quit smoking while they are being treated in hospital.
Health care advocates in Turkey and around the world are concerned that new legislation is intended to promote punitive measures for medical personnel treating anti-government demonstrators.
For some of us, cold weather is not just a matter of comfort – it’s a matter of health.
Learn how you can protect yourself, those you love, or a total stranger from the risks of cervical cancer.
Marijuana’s effects on health are under scrutiny as Uruguay makes the drug both medically and recreationally legal.
At the recent World Innovation Summit for Health in Qatar, medical experts and innovators gathered to discuss new medical challenges and advancements.
Though causes of dementia remain unclear, there is some positive news as to how it might be prevented and managed.
Many imbibers abstain from alcohol over January, but medical experts aren’t in agreement on whether a month-long abstinence is a healthy choice.