The Affordable Care Act is again being put to the test after a lower court judge ruled the massive health law unconstitutional. Could the case ricochet back to the Supreme Court in the throes of th…
Source: Federal Appeals Court Takes Up Case That Could Upend U.S. Health System | California Healthline
A national trend of boozeless bars is cropping up nationwide to create social spaces without the hangovers, DUIs and alcoholism culture. It’s part of a new push for sober options.
Source: Sobering Up: In An Alcohol-Soaked Nation, More Seek Booze-Free Social Spaces | California Healthline
Only 41.5% of internal medicine positions were filled this year by fourth-year students getting traditional medical degrees from U.S. medical schools – the lowest share on record. Similar trends we…
Source: U.S. Medical Students Less Likely To Choose Primary Care | California Healthline
After a wave of Democratic women were elected in 2018, Maine joins the handful of states that are shoring up the right to an abortion ahead of expected Supreme Court challenges.
Source: Newly Blue Maine Expands Access To Abortion | California Healthline
Florida has struggled for years with opioid overdoses — and the highest rate of HIV infection in the U.S. Lawmakers now hope needle exchanges and a “harm reduction” approach could help …
Source: Florida Is The Latest Republican-Led State To Adopt Clean Needle Exchanges | California Healthline
The Medical Board of California is investigating at least four doctors for issuing questionable vaccine exemptions for numerous children. The investigations come amid the nation’s worst measles out…
Source: State Broadens Investigation Of Doctors For Issuing Questionable Vaccination Exemptions | California Healthline
Un programa piloto en el condado de Miami-Dade demostró la efectividad de esta intervención de salud pública. Una nueva ley podría ampliarla a otros condados.
Source: Florida es el último estado republicano en adoptar programa de intercambio de jeringas | California Healthline