Percentage of Americans without health coverage hits a new low of eight percent, says health department, based on recent household survey.
The price of life is denominated in different currencies in the US, and some of them have rapidly decreased, while others have risen sharply.
The global coronavirus pandemic has affected over five million people, with around 327,000 deaths. Here are more coronavirus-related updates for May 20:
Prominent experts believe that the world’s richest country’s response to the deadly pandemic amounts to that expected of a 'third-world' country.
A strong public health care infrastructure, indigenous technology, and swift preemptive action have helped Turkish officials avoid scenarios similar to other countries.
The US healthcare system is clearly broken and the pandemic shows us why.
Health workers of immigrant background are helping to prop up systems in developed countries, as governments struggle to cope with the number of those sick with the Covid-19 virus.
With no roof over their heads and no food to sustain themselves, the homeless around the world are one of the most vulnerable groups in light of the global pandemic.
Protests in Sudan won't fade away and the country's leader is fast running out of options.
The infant mortality rate is almost twice as high for African-American babies as for their white counterparts, says the US government.
De Blasio, now in his second term as mayor of the country’s most populous city, has long supported universal healthcare coverage.
The latest forecast by the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office makes it more difficult for the already fraught Republican-drafted healthcare bill to win support for speedy passage.
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