Sarah Sentilles' memoir will change the way you understand love and loyalty and family. Wednesday night she'll be in conversation with Sally Field.
Less than two months after jamming through a “temporary” expansion of the Affordable Care Act in the American Rescue Plan, President Joe Biden is asking for $200 billion to make the changes permanent. The law increased subsidies previously available for enrollees on the ACA exchanges and removed the upper income limit on subsidy eligibility for the years 2021-2022. Biden’s proposed American Families Plan continues these ACA augmentations forever — confirming that the original expansion had...
Charities such as Anthony Nolan, which assist blood cancer patients with finding a stem cell match, have suffered from a lack of funding during the pandemic, leaving critically ill people at risk
Even with vaccines, many older people and their relatives are weighing how to manage at-home care for those who can no longer live independently.
Teresa Ruvalcaba lay on a bed in the emergency room of Chicago's Mount Sinai Hospital, her right breast swollen to nearly twice the size of her left, the skin so thick and dimpled that the doctor examining her would note that it resembled an orange peel.
President Joe Biden called the Affordable Care Act a "lifeline" for Americans during the Covid-19 pandemic. The president spoke about negotiating for lower prescription drug costs and said health care should be a right, not a privilege.
“More than any other single living American, Tony Fauci is responsible for the Covid-19 pandemic.”
LOS ANGELES — In another dramatic sign of how rapidly California is recovering from COVID-19, the state recorded its lowest hospitalization rate since the first few weeks of the pandemic,
The number of COVID-19 patients reported statewide Monday was 1,608 — the lowest since tracking began on March 30, 2020.
Cases of mucormycosis, a rare black fungus that invades the brain, with a high mortality rate, have appeared among vulnerable COVID-19 patients in India.
White House COVID-19 coordinator Jeff Zients said Sunday that the U.S. is turning the corner on the COVID-19 that has upended Americans’ lives for more than a year. “Six weeks ago, Dr. Fauci said that we were at the corner in the pandemic. Since then, the U.S. has vaccinated
Columbia residents Edward and Christina Sledge released their first book together, “The Story of Christina and I: A Real-Life Urban Fairy Tale,” in March.