Over one in ten households in the U.S. spends more than half their income on housing costs – a financial burden that takes a toll on health, too.
Journalists reveal failures of Texas' managed care system through public records requests, statewide door-knocking efforts and data analysis.
This roundup looks at recent publications in the field of suicide prevention research.
We offer reporters tips on covering teachers unions, including developing union sources and understanding public school teachers' pay systems.
About half of the 7.7 million kids in the U.S. with depression, anxiety and ADHD don’t receive the help they need, according to new research.
More newborns suffer from drug withdrawal in counties experiencing shortages of mental health care providers and higher rates of unemployment.
Cancer incidence and mortality rates are on the decline in the U.S., but not for everyone. Socioeconomic disparities are widening.
A new study serves as an example for all journalists who swoop in and out of academic papers without much care.
Journalist’s Resource spoke to POLITICO's health care editor, Joanne Kenen, to clarify common areas of confusion in health care reporting.
Employees who work in hot conditions are not as productive and can suffer from kidney injury, dehydration and other health problems, according to a new review.