How The Pandemic And An Anti-Vax Health Official Are Roiling A Montana Community

Even as Montana begins a gradual easing of stay-at-home restrictions intended to curb the spread.

When Prisons Are ‘Petri Dishes,’ Inmates Can’t Guard Against COVID-19, They Say

On April 6, an inmate named Dennis stayed up late at Indiana’s Plainfield Correctional Facility..

Testing In California Still A Frustrating Patchwork Of Haves And Have-Nots

Months into the spread of the coronavirus in the United States, widespread diagnostic testing still.

COVID-Plagued California Nursing Homes Often Had Problems In Past

When Jorge Newbery finally got through to his 95-year-old mother, Jennifer, on a video call.

Do-It-Yourself Cheek Swab Tested As Next Best Thing To Detect Coronavirus

Coronavirus testing is commonly an unpleasant, even painful experience in which a health care provider.

‘An Arm And A Leg’: If Insurer Bills You For COVID Testing, Talk — And Maybe Tweet — It Out

Health care — and how much it costs — is scary. But you’re not alone.

The Challenges Of Keeping Young Adults Safe During The Pandemic

Last month, after California Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered most of the state’s residents to stay.

Widely Used Surgical Masks Are Putting Health Care Workers At Serious Risk

With medical supplies in high demand, federal authorities say health workers can wear surgical masks.

‘An Arm And A Leg’: What A Fleet Of Firetrucks Can Teach About Public Health

Health care — and how much it costs — is scary. But you’re not alone.

Lost On The Frontline

America’s health care workers are dying. In some states, medical staff account for as many.