President Joe Biden and Medicare recipient Bob Parant.

Millions Of Americans Will Save On Medicare Fees Next Year

A rare 3% drop in monthly premiums is likely to be paired with a historically high cost-of-living increase for millions of Social Security recipients.

Health Care

President Joe Biden
Susan Walsh / AP

President Biden's Strategy To End U.S. Hunger Includes More Benefits

Zach Cusson / Newsy

Hospital ERs Struggle To Treat Surge Of Mental Health Patients

8:02A nurse prepares a vaccine dose.
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Pandemic Fatigue Could Cause Problems For Public Health

0:25Dr. Anthony Fauci
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Fauci Announces December Departure From Government Service

3:05A doctor prepares a syringe with the monkeypox vaccine.
Mary Altaffer / AP

More Monkeypox Vaccines Will Be Made Available Ahead Of Pride Events

0:33President Biden gives pen he used to sign the "PACT Act of 2022" to Brielle Robinson, daughter of Sgt. Heath Robinson.
Evan Vucci / AP

Veterans 'Burn Pits' Bill Marks A Personal Victory For Biden

Pharmaceuticals spill out of a pill bottle.
Elise Amendola / AP

Senate Rules Referee Weakens Dem Drug Plan In Economic Bill

3:29U.S. President Joe Biden.
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Biden Announces New Efforts To Address Youth Mental Health Crisis

2:17Servicios de la Raza, a social services organization that serves Denver, Colorado

Legislation Will Bridge Insurance Gap Among Hispanic Population

4:47A medical setting

Newsy Investigates: Vague Health Exceptions In Abortion Bans


Why Aren't Mental Health Resources Available To Everyone?

3:06A firefighter pulls out a Safe Haven box.

Safe Haven Boxes Allow People To Safely Surrender Babies

Dr. Caitlin Bernard, a reproductive healthcare provider, speaks during an abortion rights rally.
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Indiana Doctor's Lawyer Tells AG To Halt False Statements

0:27The Walgreens logo on the front of a store.
Charles Krupa / AP

Walgreens, Florida Settle Opioid Costs Lawsuit For $683M

5:54White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki
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White House Pleads For More COVID Funding; GOP Questions Spending

3:28Emergency techs push a gurney into a hospital.
Jae C. Hong / AP

New Law Reducing Surprise Medical Billing Still Has Gaps

3:01psilocybin mushrooms
Richard Vogel / AP

More Doctors Are Embracing Psychedelics

5:31Young man holds head in hands.

Why Some Psychiatric Facilities Prioritize Out-Of-State Patients

2:21A nurse checks on a COVID-19 patient.
Kyle Green / AP

Uninsured Americans Could Soon Be Charged For Covid Testing, Vaccines

4:30A shuttered Center for Covid Control site in Chicago.
Patrick Terpstra / Newsy

Newsy Investigates: Government Money For Troubled COVID-19 Testing Lab

6:14Exam table inside a doctor's office

Young Doctors Struggle To Learn Abortion Procedures Amid State Bans

2:21A doctor at Northwestern Medicine looks at X-rays of lungs

Doctors See Growing Demand For Lung Transplants During Pandemic

Bottles of medication
Seth Wenig / AP

Purdue Pharma, U.S. States Agree To New Opioid Settlement

2:27A nurse loads a syringe with a dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine
Rogelio V. Solis / AP

The State Of COVID And Public Health

6:41Woman showing signs of depression.

U.S. Mental Health Crisis: How The Pandemic Has Impacted The Youth

Operating room at a woman's health clinic.
Tony Gutierrez / AP

Abortions In Texas Fell 60% In 1st Month Under New Limits

0:33California Gov. Gavin Newsom
Jeff Chiu / AP

California Dropping Indoor Mask Mandate For Vaccinated People

4:21President Joe Biden speaks about the government's COVID-19 response.
Andrew Harnik / AP

Biden Admin. To Double Free COVID-19 Tests, Distribute N95 Masks

0:23California Gov. Gavin Newsom
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California Mandates COVID-19 Booster Shots For Health Care Workers

3:53An emergency room entrance

An Overwhelming Amount Of Medical Debt Is Piling Up Across The Country