President Donald Trump visited Atlanta on Friday for a campaign event and unveiled his plan to increase access to capital for Black Americans, the "Platinum Plan."
President Donald Trump is laying out his health care agenda Thursday amid a global pandemic and growing uncertainty about the future of the Affordable Care Act, the Obama-era law he vowed to replace with a much better plan.
Pennsylvania is getting ready to launch its own website to sell Affordable Care Act-compliant policies that will replace the federally operated Healthcare.gov to enroll people for the 2021 insurance year.
In this FOX 29 News special, we take a closer look at healthcare disparities among African-American communities. Joyce Evans has this report.
During the coronavirus pandemic the use of telehealth visits has taken off after Medicare temporarily relaxed restrictions that predated the smartphone era.
The Justice Department sends letters to the governors of four Democratic-led states, seeking data on whether they violated federal law by ordering public nursing homes to accept recovering COVID-19 patients from hospitals — actions that have been criticized for potentially fueling the spread of the virus.
Nurses at a San Antonio hospital arranged a special wedding ceremony for a coronavirus patient.
“If we had more people in Congress with a science background, we might have made better decisions.”
Significantly, there was no improvement from May to July in the shortages of personal protective equipment, known as PPE, or in the staffing shortfalls, according to the analysis of federal data by academic researchers. The summer has seen the coronavirus surge across the South, and much of the West and Midwest.
CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield warned that if Americans don’t practice basic measures to fight the spread of the coronavirus now, the U.S. could face “the worst fall from a public health perspective.”
The new initiative also aims to address inequities for underserved populations “disproportionately affected by the disease,” according to a National Institutes of Health press release.
The Trump Administration pushed through a $21 million contract to study whether the active ingredient in Pepcid is an effective treatment for Covid-19.
During an event on Tuesday, registered nurses gathered at the Capitol to honor the lives of their colleagues by reading off 164 names.
FEMA Administrator Peter Gaynor testified about the country’s ability to obtain critical PPE and other supplies to help in the fight against COVID-19.
Many of the attacks against Pennsylvania's health secretary have little to do with the way she has handled the statewide response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Autopsies of COVID-19 patients found blood clotting in the small blood vessels of organs throughout the body, according to Dr. Amy Rapkiewicz.
An Irish doctor tested whether wearing a mask lowered oxygen levels and shared the results on Twitter.
Hospitals will begin sending coronavirus patient information directly to the Department of Health and Human Services.
Its injector is not approved by federal health authorities and the company hasn’t yet set up a factory to manufacture the unapproved devices.
The new shortages come as the virus resumes its rapid spread and the number of hospitalized patients climbs.