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Every choice on what do about schooling amid a pandemic is potentially risky or unfair. Even if the problem is systemic, the angst is personal.
Governments and restaurant owners wanted to get back to business. But bars and restaurants have become a focal point for clusters of Covid infections.
Unpacking a complicated deal between the University of Arizona and a scandal-plagued online education company.
Usually during an economic downturn, people tend to spend less on health care for pets. This time, the opposite is happening.
Several states are trying to increase coronavirus testing with faster methods, undeterred by less accurate but quicker readouts.
Transmission, even in New York City, is well below thresholds experts say are safe, but issues like adequate ventilation to combat aerosol spread of the virus remain.
An extra $600 a week smoothed out sharp differences in benefits among states, and among the people who live in them.
To report on the true cost of health care, itâ€™s critical to see what a hospital charges patients. But since hospitals keep those prices a secret, I turn to the next best source: you.
Experts are revising their views on the best methods to detect infections, setting aside long-held standards so that the spread of the virus can be more quickly tracked and contained.
Consumers are probably entitled to millions of dollars in rebates under Obamacare rules that cap companiesâ€™ profits.
Missouri is the latest state where a nonprofit has helped put the issue before voters, bypassing Republican officials. And the vote is today.
Send us your medical bills. Weâ€™ll use them to investigate hospital and doctor billing practices.
As we explore how the pandemic is changing U.S. health care, you can help by showing what youâ€™re being charged for testing and treatment.
We want to hear from health care providers in the U.S. about how the pandemic has changed work.
The answer largely depends on whether Medicare and private health insurers will adequately cover virtual doctor visits once coronavirus outbreaks subside.
She and other top health officials in the Trump administration warn states of a deepening spread of the coronavirus, in both rural and urban areas.
Experts have tips on the office routines that need to change when everyoneâ€™s working from home. Meetings, for one.
Mayra Ramirez was the first of a small but growing number of people whose only hope of surviving the coronavirus was to replace their lungs.
Thereâ€™s still a persistent partisan gap in the level of concern and in mask wearing.
People living the â€˜Suburban Lifestyle Dreamâ€™ tend to support recent protests and disapprove of the presidentâ€™s handling of race.
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