State financial regulators in New York said Wednesday that they would investigate reports that gay men have been denied insurance policies covering life, disability or long-term care because they were taking medication to protect themselves against HIV

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Nearly 40 years of violent conflict is driving a growing mental health crisis in Afghanistan

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In Burkina Faso, A Minibus Brings Free Cervical Cancer Screenings To Villages. Low- and middle-income countries like Burkina Faso bear 70 percent of the global burden of cervical cancer

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Contrary to conventional wisdom, it tends to cost money, but it improves quality of life at a very reasonable price

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Clinical trial will compare three antiretroviral drug regimens. It will provide data on the use of these newer drugs during pregnancy, helping to ensure that women living with HIV and their infants receive the best available treatments

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The number of people covered is only half the healthcare story. The other is quality of coverage for those fortunate enough to have health insurance.
Frequently, it can be a struggle for patients to receive coverage for legitimate claims

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The Trump administration wants to make a major change to Medicaid, but there’s not a lot of evidence for one of its key assertions

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Rahsaan Thomas writes: “I have complained about my slowly worsening health issues since 2003. With every new symptom, I file a request to see the doctor and jump through hoops to get an appointment. At least seven of them have said the same thing: I’m healthy. I don’t believe it, though, because I don’t trust the system to care about the quality of life of a man convicted of murder.”

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