The Georgia Legislative Black Caucus is pushing back against Governor Brian Kemp's Medicaid waiver proposal, "Georgia Pathways."
Members of the Georgia Football program visited some of their fans at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and the Shepherd Center.
A U.S. judge has granted a preliminary injunction blocking a Trump administration rule that would require immigrants to show proof of health insurance to get a visa.
Officials say the wrong person was given a kidney transplant at Virtua Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Camden, New Jersey.
The historic Vine City welcomes a new addition to the community
Several residents and staff members at a group home for the developmentally disabled in Bartlesville, Okla., were hospitalized Wednesday evening after they were mistakenly injected with insulin, according to a local report.
A supporter of Atlanta's Ronald McDonald Houses had her generosity repaid on Wednesday, many times over.
UPMC Magee-Women’s Hospital in Pittsburgh welcomed its newest and most adorable neighbors on World Kindness Day, dressing them in tiny Mister Rogers-style cardigans.
Three employees at Thomas Drugs are thankful they were unharmed following an armed robbery on Sunday afternoon.
Union officials representing mental health professionals at Kaiser Permanente postponed a planned five-day strike across California that was to set begin Monday in deference to today's passing of Kaiser CEO Bernard Tyson.
A new survey has found that turning to Google for health issues may be doing some patients more harm than good, with two in five respondents found to have falsely convinced themselves they had a serious disease after browsing the web.
A Pennsylvania hospital said Friday it has discovered the source of a waterborne germ that sickened at least eight premature infants, killing three.
The saying “the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree” rings very true for this 3-year-old Florida boy, who apparently wants to be just like his first responder father.
Authorities say Stephanie Thomas, 28, took the pictures at the Berks Heim Nursing Home and then shared them with her friends and court workers.
Doctors at one Florida hospital have documented an uncommon medical case where surgery was done on a man to remove a screwdriver that had pierced a portion of his rectum. (WARNING: Due to the graphic nature of the story, discretion is advised)
Open Enrollment has begun. Over the next month, millions of Americans will choose their health insurance coverage for 2020. A human resources consultant says it's important to get started, compare your options, and pick the right plan for you.
A federal judge on Wednesday struck down a new rule, not yet in effect, that allowed health care providers to refuse participation in abortions and other services on moral or religious grounds.
Under Kemp's proposal, which is more limited than other states, uninsured adults in Georgia who make no more than the federal poverty level would qualify for Medicaid assistance if they spent at least 80 hours a month working, volunteering, training or studying. They would also have to pay monthly premiums.
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission warned parents and caregivers about the dangers of popular inclined infant sleep products, according to a release on Thursday.
(AP) -- Elizabeth Warren promised Friday to spend more than $20 trillion over the next decade to provide government-funded health care to every American without raising middle class taxes -- finally offering ideas about how to implement the massive "Medicare for All" program without taking a larger bite out of most Americans' salaries.