Does expanding access to doulas result in better health for low-income mothers and their babies?
Health Insurance and Costs
Washington Post reporter Christopher Rowland is telling powerful narratives of older Americans who have been snared in our woefully deficient long-term care system.
In this webinar, we examined how the loss of the pandemic’s Medicaid protections has impacted vulnerable families and what the sudden loss of public insurance means for families’ health.
The bill is being pushed by a multinational company from Illinois that wants to sell products in Hawaii more cheaply.
As the cost of diapers continues to skyrocket, a tax exemption in California is set to expire this summer.
Caregivers are overlooked and unacknowledged.
Communities deserve to know more about the silent public health threat potentially sitting below their homes and businesses.
Also, Johns Hopkins and NYT curtail COVID tracking efforts, and new research on long COVID's unequal toll.
The pandemic continues to bring stress upon those in the state who can least afford it.
Also, California drops plan to require COVID vaccines in schools, and Chinese study claims no new variants detected from outbreak there.