KHN’s ‘What The Health?’: Despite Booming Economy, Uninsured Rate Ticks Up

Can’t see the audio player? Click here to listen on SoundCloud. The annual report from the Census Bureau, released this week, found that 27.5 million Americans were without health insurance last year, an increase of nearly 2 million from 2017. The […]

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Parsing Policy: Lessons On How Well Private Health Insurance Companies Manage Costs; Do We Really Want To Regulate Doctors’ Decision Making Like This?

Editorial pages focus on the rising cost of health care. The Wall Street Journal: Be Grateful For Your Health-Insurance CompanyPrivate health insurers are punching bags of choice in the Democratic presidential primary. “The insurance companies last year alone sucked $23 […]

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Viewpoints: Lessons On Mental Health Issues Facing Students On Campuses; Denying Immigrants Medication, Food Is Nothing But Child Abuse

Opinion writers weigh in on these health topics and others. The Wall Street Journal: There Is A Mental-Health Crisis On CampusTechnology has in many ways have made life easy—certainly much easier than before. So why did one recent study find […]

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