Millions of healthy people, including seniors, delayed care because of the pandemic. It's time to get back to the doctor.
Author - Christopher Williams
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The pandemic has exacerbated existing issues of connectivity and access, but providers and patients are finding creative solutions.
The Supreme Court will again consider the fate of the Affordable Care Act next month. But Trump's record and a reading of his health executive order make it unlikely that he can offer a meaningful alternative to the ACA.
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Ideally everyone could get tested frequently for the coronavirus. No state is close to achieving this, but some are doing better than others. What are the challenges in meeting demand for testing?
Social distancing is leaving older Americans more isolated and opening them up to serious health risks.
All states have relaxed social distancing to some degree, but there are few consistent guidelines for people to know how to stay safe. A doctor who specializes in immunology tells what he will do.
Following a premature birth it is important that the parents and the infant quickly establish a good relationship.
Millions of people worldwide have vitiligo, a condition that causes the skin to lose its natural color, resulting in patches of light skin.