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Health Care

  1. healthcare
    Florida Wants to Force Student Athletes to Share Their Menstrual HistoryThe move raises concerns about potential legal repercussions for students suspected of having abortions.
  2. power
    Maternity Nurses Disciplined Over Viral ‘Ick’ TikTokAn Atlanta hospital responded to backlash over a video in which staff members criticized pregnant patients.
  3. the left
    Why Capitalism Needs Sick PeopleThe grim reality of the health-care industry has prompted a radical rethinking of how to change it.
  4. vulture lists
    Now That We’re All Epidemiologists, Here Are 9 Books to Further Your StudiesHistories of how we’ve handled viruses in the past that just might give a glimmer of hope for how we’ll respond when the next pandemic arrives.
  5. kids these days
    The Whiny Grade-Grubbing NYU Students Have a PointIt is too hard to become a doctor in the United States.
  6. abortion rights
    Studios on Abortion Access: We’re Working on ItStudios are “committed to continuing to evaluate ways that we can best provide for our employees and workers who support our productions.”
  7. human rights
    Nearly 400 Directors Join TV Writers to Demand Safe Abortion AccessJudd Apatow, Barry Jenkins, Joey Soloway, and more push studios to respond.
  8. early and often
    The GOP Is the Party of Insulin-GougingIn their quest for zero-sum victories — and Democratic defeats — Republicans are incapable of tackling popular issues that would benefit them.
  9. life after roe
    Is This the Abortion Clinic of the Future?Hey Jane wants to be the next big telemedicine company. Will the fall of Roe get in its way?
  10. last night on late night
    Kerry Washington Helped SAG Members Get Insurance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!Guest host Kerry Washington helping out fellow actors.
  11. life after roe
    Celebrities Respond to the Supreme Court’s Overturning of Roe v. WadeIncluding Katy Perry, Jessica Chastain, and Ariana DeBose.
  12. life after roe
    What to Know About Stocking Up on the Abortion PillEven if you aren’t pregnant, some providers will let you buy the medication in advance.
  13. abortion
    Life After Roe Starts NowThe Supreme Court decision ensures a health-care crisis that will ripple out across the country.
  14. celebrity
    Hailey Bieber Says She ‘Couldn’t Speak’ During MinistrokeShe opened up about her recent health scare in a new YouTube video titled “telling my story.”
  15. investigations
    The Air-Ambulance VulturesThe search for why my emergency flight cost $86,184 led me to a hidden culprit: private equity.
  16. the law
    How a U.K. Court Battle Held Trans Teens HostageLuke is one of thousands of young people who lost access to gender-affirming hormones — but he and others are fighting back.
  17. power
    Complex SaviorsIn ERs, nurses and doctors can often be the first line of defense against human trafficking. Now they’re being trained to actually see it that way.
  18. politics
    Solid-Blue California Still Can’t Pass Universal Health CareA single-payer bill endorsed by many Democrats in the state wasn’t even brought up for a vote in the Assembly. Why does this keep happening?
  19. omicron
    The Silent WaveInside the city’s hospitals fighting COVID, scores of doctors and nurses are suddenly out sick thanks to Omicron.
  20. parenthood
    Can Anyone Tell Me If I Should Take Prozac While Pregnant?The mental health of pregnant people is vital to the health of the baby. So why the hell don’t we know more?
  21. business
    The Soft Sell of HimsCan the health-care brand leverage young men’s anxiety over erections and hair loss into a multibillion-dollar empire?
  22. texas abortion ban
    The Future of Abortion Doulas in Texas“Whatever comes next, there are people who are out here doing the work and will continue to do the work.”
  23. power
    “No One Wants to Get Sued”: Some Abortion Providers Have Stopped Working in TXNearly half of the doctors at one of the state’s biggest providers stopped working after Texas’ new law went into effect.
  24. 9/11: 20 years later
    The Women Left Out of Post-9/11 Health CareThe events of 9/11 made these women sick. Twenty years later, why are they still left out of the health coverage that was created for survivors?
  25. the inside game
    Obamacare Is Saved — Now Democrats Need a New Campaign IssueA Supreme Court decision marked the end of the line for the top-tier political message for the Democrats for the last decade. What next?
  26. swellness
    More! Female! Mice!By excluding female mice from medical trials, researchers can miss crucial information on how medicines affect women.
  27. power
    ‘What If I Had Gotten a Head Start on Hormones?’The Cut spoke with a 19-year-old from Arkansas about how access to gender-affirming health care saved his life.
  28. infrastructure
    Biden’s Vision for ‘Care Infrastructure’ Needs More SocialismMeeting the demand for high-quality elder care — while raising wages for those who provide it — would require radical measures.
  29. politics
    Arkansas Has Now Passed the Most Extreme Anti-Trans Law YetLawmakers overruled the governor’s veto of a bill banning trans youth from accessing essential gender-affirming care.
  30. lgbtq rights
    Elliot Page Calls Access to Trans Health Care ‘Livesaving’“If we could just celebrate all the wonderful complexities of people, the world would be such a better place.”
  31. that’s rich
    Whole Foods CEO to America: You Don’t Need Health Care, Just Eat BetterThere’s a pandemic, but the wealthy can afford to pretend it isn’t happening.
  32. health care
    COVID Is Killing State-Level Efforts to Make Health Care a RightBy blowing holes in budgets — and making heroes out of hospitals — the pandemic set back coverage expansions in states throughout the country.
  33. coronavirus stimulus
    7 Surprisingly Good Policies Buried in the Stimulus-Omnibus BillWhile no one was watching, Congress quietly took action to curb surprise medical bills, money laundering, and climate change.
  34. the left
    The Left’s Most Naïve Cynics Have Turned on AOCLeft-wing media personalities are calling on House progressives to force a floor vote on Medicare for All — or reveal themselves to be frauds.
  35. monopoly
    Amazon Will Sell PrimeInsulin for Your PrimeDiabetesMonopolies helped cause a health-care crisis. Another now steps in to profit.
  36. strike
    Nearly 800 Philly Nurses Strike Over Staffing ShortagesAfter months on the front lines of the pandemic, nurses are now battling their employers, too.
  37. power
    It’ll Have to Be Completely DestroyedMaybe American health care will burn to the ground before it can be rebuilt.
  38. supreme court
    Why the Barrett Hearings Are Generating Less Outrage Than Kavanaugh’sUnlike Trump’s last Supreme Court pick, Barrett is not embroiled in scandal — but that’s not the only reason the temperature is lower this time.
  39. vision 2020
    Pence Failed at His One Debate Job: Shifting the Focus From COVID-19After the VP debate, the campaign still revolves around COVID-19 spreading through the White House and Trump’s terrible pandemic response.
  40. vision 2020
    Trump’s Plan to Send Seniors $200 in Drug Coupons Is Unlikely to Come ThroughEvidence suggests these Trump cards will be another in a long line of promises from the Republican Party on health-care that never actually appear.
  41. trans rights
    Judge Blocks HHS Rollback of Trans Health Care ProtectionsOnce again, the Trump administration is seeking to define sex discrimination on the basis of biological sex.
  42. recession
    Doctors Overwhelmingly Back Medicaid Expansion for the UnemployedThe recession costs people their health insurance along with their jobs.
  43. health care
    Deep-Red Oklahoma Narrowly Passes Medicaid ExpansionMore health care is popular, even in heavily Republican states.
  44. coronavirus
    A Man Was Billed $1.1 Million After Surviving CoronavirusAnd others across the country have been billed hundreds of thousands of dollars for treatment.
  45. coronavirus
    Americans May Have Liked Their Health Insurance, But They Couldn’t Keep ItAccording to a new report, about 27 million people may lose their employer-provided health insurance.
  46. supreme court
    Ruth Bader Ginsburg Discharged From Hospital After Gallbladder TreatmentThe Supreme Court Justice underwent a non-surgical procedure for a “benign gallbladder condition.”
  47. health care
    America’s Health-Care System Has Never Been Sicker — or Harder to CureThe coronavirus is exposing everything broken in the American health-care system — and the reasons why we probably won’t fix any of it.
  48. mental health
    A Top NYC Emergency Room Doctor Has Died by SuicideDr. Lorna Breen spent weeks on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis.
  49. coronavirus
    Medical Workers’ Looming Mental-Health CrisisBeing on the pandemic’s front lines can exact a steep psychic toll.
  50. vision 2020
    As Coronavirus Rages, Republicans Still Don’t Have a Health-Care PlanIn a pandemic, Republican fecklessness on health care is likely to be a bigger advantage for Democrats than it was in the 2018 midterms.
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