Heather Maberry's unborn child was diagnosed with anencephaly -- a fatal condition -- at 20 weeks. But she was forced to travel for an abortion due to Kentucky's ban.
But first … Americans with both private and public coverage report challenges with their health insurance Nearly 6 in 10 Americans report experiencing at least one problem with their health insurance in the past year,
Jewish Family Service of Greater New Orleans is celebrating its platinum jubilee with a brunch gala from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on June 25 at The Ritz-Carlton, 921 Canal
Health officials in Alabama re investigating multiple reports of Cyclosporiasis, a gastrointestinal illness caused by a microscopic parasite. The state has seen an increase in the number of infections since April and with more than twice as many cases reported this year than in 2022,
Only 1 in 4 residential treatment centers for teens offers a recommended medicine for opioid addiction, according to a study that exposes an important gap in care. Posing as an aunt or uncle seeking help for a fictitious 16-year-old who survived a fentanyl overdose,
Natalie Baeza has made a career out of this issue, working as a mental health counselor at MacNeal Hospital in Berwyn.
A moose in western Alaska has tested positive for rabies in the first apparent case of a rabid moose in North America, state game officials said. Alaska Department of Fish and Game officials began receiving reports of a moose acting aggressively toward people in the community of Teller,
Bella Montoya's family had a wake four hours after she was declared dead and returned her to a hospital for treatment as soon as they confirmed she was still alive.