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President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Thursday morning to challenge the official count of the number of people who died in Puerto Rico in... [Read More]
Nearly 3,000 Puerto Ricans died as a result of the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria last year, a number t... [Read More]
Blue tarps still dot rooftops, homes lack electricity needed to refrigerate medicines, and clinics chip away at debts incurred from running generators. Yet despite the... [Read More]
The question of how many people perished after Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico has stirred controversy because of the wide discrepancies between the territory's official... [Read More]
State Medicaid programs already get much more money from the federal government than Puerto Rico Medicaid gets — and the storm-ravaged U.S. territory's safety net... [Read More]
The Red Cross recommends that aid to choking victims should start with five slaps to the back. The Heimlichs say those back blows could harm... [Read More]
Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and... [Read More]
Efforts to restore tap water service have been delayed in many rural areas of Puerto Rico, but even in cities, it can be interrupted. [Read More]
Efforts to restore tap water service have been delayed in many rural areas... [Read More]
As the cry of a rooster heralded the dawn, Joe Garcia, 41, pulled a vial of insulin from the fridge. He filled a syringe and... [Read More]
As the cry of a rooster heralded the dawn, Joe Garcia, 41, pulled a vial of insulin from the fridge. He filled a syringe and... [Read More]
The flu descended on Connie Gabaldon like a fog, she recalled, clouding her mind and compromising her judgment. It progressed to chest and back pain,... [Read More]
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OAKLAND, Calif. — Gerardo Alejandrez used to punch classmates, throw chairs and curse at his teachers, conduct... [Read More]
The flu descended on Connie Gabaldon like a fog, she recalled, clouding her mind and compromising her judgment. It progressed to chest and back pain,... [Read More]
For the healthy, the flu represents a serious health concern. But for the homeless — who deal with higher rates of chronic illness, fewer resources... [Read More]
Begun as a health care safety net for children and low-income families, Medicaid increasingly underwrites a range of services in America's public schools. [Read More]
Since her son Matt was an infant, Lynda Mitchell knew he had a milk allergy. [Read More]
For young adults, buying their own health insurance for the first time is anything but simple. Trump administration revisions to the law and congressional bills... [Read More]
Marguerite Moniot felt frustrated and flummoxed, despite the many hours she spent in front of the computer this year reading consumer reviews of health insurance... [Read More]
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