We’re smart shoppers—except when it comes to health care. Here are some ways to upgrade our care quality without paying more.
Canada’s experience may hold valuable lessons for U.S. health systems and patients. And it may save money.
What it was like for a Group Health patient to participate in a study that coached him to sit less.
So says a new national pain strategy from the Department of Health and Human Services. You can influence the strategy with your comments.
A new report shows e-cigarette use rising among teens. With vaping on the rise, should parents be concerned?
Dr. Katherine Newton reports that three Washington community health organizations will offer peer-led, diabetes self-management workshops.
Mental health care, especially for depression, could dramatically improve the lives of cancer patients and survivors.
Ecology, as well as politics, economics, and culture contribute to obesity, according to this review of Julie Guthman's book Weighing In.