The United States is knee-deep in what some experts call the opioid epidemic’s “fourth wave,” which is not only placing drug users at greater risk but is also complicating efforts to address the nation’s drug problem.
U.S. senators pledged Thursday to press for more funding to research long COVID-19 during a hearing that highlighted patients suffering from the diagnosis as well as experts studying its impacts.
In Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, and Allegheny County passed their own paid sick leave laws.
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The U.S. Supreme Court announced Wednesday it will hear oral arguments and decide whether broad access to the abortion pill can remain legal across the United States.
Despite the clear benefits, doula services are not currently covered by Medicaid, something the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services (DHS) and industry groups are hoping to change.
Alzheimer’s disease is the eighth leading causes of death in Pennsylvania, prompting state officials to educate the public on the condition and other related disorders.
Three state lawmakers announced this week the creation of the Black Maternal Health Caucus in an effort to find legislative solutions to Pennsylvania’s high rates of Black maternal mortality and morbidity.
A new poll shows Pennsylvania voters are concerned about the environment and support the Environmental Protection Agency’s efforts to limit methane emissions from the oil and gas industry.
Humira has enjoyed high-priced U.S. exclusivity for 20 years. Its challengers could save the health care system $9 billion and herald savings from the whole class of drugs called biosimilars.