Updated: Nancy Writebol was discharged from Emory Hospital on Tuesday and Dr. Kent Brantly was released Thursday. The lead doctor said their discharge poses no threat to public health.
A Liberian health official estimates 75% of Ebola deaths are women. That’s because they are the nation’s caregivers.
Most hospitals and clinics in Liberia are closed so people are dying of preventable complications.
A poll found 53% of Americans now have an unfavorable opinion of the Affordable Care Act — the largest percentage in the survey’s four-year history.
Using the legal precedent set by the Hobby Lobby case, the Satanic Temple claimed a religious exemption to “informed consent” abortion laws.
For the first time, sexual orientation has been included in a major survey by the Centers for Disease Control.
In a 5-4 decision, the justices ruled that the contraception mandate in the Affordable Care Act violates some employers’ religious freedom.
An HHS review board will soon make a ruling. A major change with potentially far-reaching consequences.
The Census just changed the way it measures the number of Americans who have health insurance. Observers have wanted the changes for years.
No word on how the website is doing.
No, really. An unorthodox new method for recruiting young people to Obamacare.
The president asked viral video creators to help boost Obamacare enrollment ahead of the March 31 deadline at a White House summit last week.
Valentine’s Day offers a look at Obamacare allies’ efforts to woo young men to health insurance through the women in their lives.
CVS, the second largest drugstore chain in the U.S., announced Wednesday that it will stop carrying tobacco products on Oct. 1, 2014.
A senior administration official dismisses Republican gloating over a Congressional Budget Office report, saying it doesn’t prove the Affordable Care Act hurts the job market.
The president mentioning his signature health care law drew some laughs from the the room at the State of the Union speech Tuesday night.
The retail giant is attempting to change its medical coverage before certain Affordable Care Act regulations take effect.
A White House denial that computers did the translating.
“So don’t stand and diddle, my health care’s the shizzle. It’s full of top notch health care provizzles.”
A test involving a tiny number of users resulted in “a lot of errors” and “eventually the system reached a breakpoint, after which everything started failing.”
The Washington State woman President Obama cited as an Affordable Care Act success can’t afford the coverage after all and plans to pay the penalty.
Things could be better for the 44th president. A string of local television and newspaper front-page stories on his health care backpedal show that the press has not been merciful.
Enroll America has $27 million in the bank to help sell Obamacare. Despite the rollout problems, the group says its efforts are on track.
On the frontline of Obamacare, frustration — and persistence — as bad news in Washington upsets best-laid plans.
The Health and Human Services Secretary made some curious remarks Friday in response to criticism of the disastrous debut of HealthCare.gov.
Enrollment site for Obamacare should be good to go by “the end of November,” says Jeff Zients.
Teal Media was founded by a former member of Obama’s campaign design team. The firm says it took down all reference to its work on HealthCare.gov “in consultation” with the administration. Update: Teal Media put Heathcare.Gov references back on their website following this report. The firm did not respond to a request for comment on the changes.
“A couple points of clarification.”
An internal handout focuses on young Americans — and on people who “distrust government.”
Behind the scenes, a familiar operation to sell Obamacare.