As many states crack down on the procedure, a new bill may expand access
The facility where the convicted Wikileaker will serve a 35-year sentence says it won’t provide hormone therapy, but the legal precedent for transgender inmates is complicated
Michigan oncologist Farid Fata allegedly squeezed profits out of patients by prescribing unneeded treatments and inventing diagnoses
The health care overhaul could create an opening for unscrupulous businesses
Rep. Earl Blumenauer is determined to revive the issue of end-of-life consultations — even if he has to persuade every member of Congress himself
Obamacare is coming and with it a new wave of hospital consolidation
Putting off a minor provision could have a ripple effect on the Affordable Care Act
It’s mayor vs. med center for extra revenue
The cost of various health care services is based on a mysterious and confusing set of formulas that leave consumers in the dark.
Angelina Jolie’s preventive double mastectomy was a difficult choice that may not be right for most women who live in fear of developing breast cancer
The fate of accused kidnapper Ariel Castro will probably not hinge on whether he is charged with terminating his victim’s pregnancies
A landmark new study of Oregon’s Medicaid program reveals what’s wrong with American health care
Reddit’s frenzy over the marathon bombing wasn’t confined to the Internet — the story of two Redditors who were on the ground in Watertown, Mass.