A new survey of more than 1,000 Black sexual minority men from across the U.S. finds 43% have faced police discrimination, which was associated with participants being less willing to take potentially life-saving HIV medication.
We’ve gathered and summarized several relevant studies on elder abuse, including research in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A longtime health care journalist offers tips for reporting on “surprise billing," in which people face unexpected medical expenses despite having private insurance coverage.
People in the United States frequently receive unexpectedly high hospital bills even after paying for health insurance, which they counted on to help them to manage their medical costs, several studies show.
We asked Carrie Henning-Smith what she wants journalists to know when covering rural health care in the context of COVID-19.
As COVID-19 hot spots continue to emerge throughout the U.S., rural health care systems face challenges unlike those in urban areas.
Until there’s a vaccine for the new coronavirus, infectious disease professionals worldwide are turning to digital contact tracing tools to help stem the spread of COVID-19.
Experts told us if journalists do these 10 things they will improve their coverage of new coronavirus research based on epidemiological models.
We examine research on public health messaging to understand why the coronavirus appears to have a disparate impact on U.S. minorities.
Researchers warn that how students behave outside school can limit school closings' effectiveness in preventing the spread of infectious disease. We look at the research.