The tourniquet makes a comeback in Boston doctors look back at outcomes after last years marathon bombings
CalPERS board members gave Yolo County public employees a price break of about 15 percent in health care costs this week by shifting the county’s designation from being in the Bay Area to the Sacramento region.
About 3,100 Sacramento County public school students are autistic, a number that has risen seven-fold since 2000, according to new figures from the California Department of Education.
A lot of people still don’t like the Affordable Care Act, a new Gallup poll released Friday found.
Guardian Life Insurance Co. of America announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Premier Access Insurance Co. of Sacramento.
In a move that blunts a potent line of political attacks from Republicans, the Obama administration reversed itself on Monday, announcing that private health plans that provide Medicare benefits will see a slight increase in government payments next year, rather than the reduction that was proposed earlier.
New law will release $1 billion for extended mental health services, such as 24-hour crisis help and expanded support for families living with behavioral health issues.
The man with arguably the funniest name in gubernatorial politics did not disappoint last week in front of a conference of about 500 health journalists gathered in Denver.
The medical profession is falling short in treatment of cancers in minorities because few minorities participate in clinical trials, a new UC Davis study finds.
This week, Dr. Louis W. Sullivan dropped in on the annual conference of the Association of Health Care Journalists in Denver to share the deep wisdom that comes with decades in public health – and a story or two.
Pre-empt bad bacteria by supplementing the good.
The Obama administration’s decision to allow marketplace health insurance enrollments beyond the March 31 deadline could exacerbate a growing credibility gap with insurers and lawmakers who have chafed at the troubled implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
Catching a life-threatening illness while lying in crispy-clean linens is one of the last things most people expect from a hospital stay.