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Researchers compared long-acting reversible contraceptive insertion rates in the 30 days before and after the 2016 presidential election.
Clinicians must weigh the benefits and challenges linked with self-disclosure of immigration status.
Advocating for Access to Prenatal Care for Undocumented Immigrants: Challenges and Benefits Examined
Despite giving birth to children who are American citizens, undocumented women struggle to receive adequate prenatal care.
Navigating the dichotomy between providing quality health care and dealing with a patient's reality can be a challenge.
As the Trump White House continues to enact its approach to immigration, it's important for physicians to apply principles of sanctuary doctoring to help patients feel safe.
As the government shutdown drags in to its second month, physicians who treat opioid use disorders are being backed against a wall.
Due to the federal government shutdown, the US Food and Drug Administration has only about 5 weeks of funding left to review new drug applications.
While recent Medicaid expansion has reduced uninsured rates among patients with AMI, it has not improved quality of care or patient outcomes.
A UCL-Lancet Commission set out to examine data related to the health and well-being of international migrants.
The agency will resume inspection of foods like produce, infant formula, and cheeses.
Enrollment for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act is down since 2017.
False beliefs are common in society and have permeated the healthcare industry.
The ACC Expert Consensus Decision Pathway provides guidance to clinicians who treat patients with cardiovascular disease who are also smokers.
The American Academy of Pediatrics has released a statement responding to the use of tear gas on families and children seeking asylum at the US-Mexico border.
The American Heart Association and others are urging the court to reconsider changes to short-term limited-duration insurance plans.
Millions of workers gained insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act without adverse effects on labor markets.
Dreamers have expressed lower self-esteem and higher rates of chronic disease after the repeal of DACA.
Health and social service utilization decreased in immigrant communities after the 2016 presidential election.
Medicare costs may be contained by incentivizing multisector health activities, according to researchers.
A birth control coverage opt-out for employers was finalized by the Trump administration.
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