The latest news on health insurance
Researchers suspect overuse as a cause, but note that other costs are down
A prominent health economist talks about high prices, medical insurance, and rationing.
Too often, EMS crews feel obliged to bring unresponsive patient to hospital, study finds
To end defensive medicine, Congress's reforms must address frivolous lawsuits and costly judgments.
But experts say time could be right to succeed where others have failed
Suggestions range from greater emphasis on preventive care to universal electronic records
How to pay for reform is the hot topic as healthcare bills move through Congress.
Even if health reforms are enacted, medical expenses remain the largest uncontrolled item for many.
President's speech to the American Medical Association; soft drinks' health effects; childhood smoking.
Businesses, the public, even families are involved, study finds