A new report uncovers some disturbing data about the United States.
A Manhattan judge has issued a permenant injunction against the ban on sugary beverages over 16 ounces. Mayor Bloomberg vows to appeal the ruling.
The spate of recent school shootings raise an important question for all Americans: why is it easier to obtain a firearm in the U.S. than it is to receive mental health care?
There seem to be few attacks from politicians on "socialized" health systems in the US like Medicare, but it's less a matter of overall approval and more a matter of misperception or politics.
Florida governor Rick Scott rejected federal Medicaid funds that will give citizens who live near the poverty line subsidies to buy insurance. He won't be the last.
The media has it wrong: there is no "debate," just political demagoguery regarding the American people's supposed rejection of President Obama's health care bill.
No matter what the Supreme Court rules on Obamacare, key components of health reform will continue, including provisions by three of country’s five largest health insurers.
The Supreme Court will present its ruling on the Affordable Care Act within the week. No matter what happens, the ruling could end up being one of the most important in American history.