Fin de beneficios extra de SNAP por la pandemia amenazan la seguridad alimentaria en zonas rurales

Elko, Nevada. – En una mañana fría a principios de febrero, Tammy King llenó y cargó cajas y bolsas de vegetales, frutas, leche, carne congelada y refrigerios en autos alineados frente al banco de alimentos Friends in Service Helping, conocido en el área rural del noreste de Nevada como FISH. King contó que el banco … Read more

Supreme Court to Hear Nursing Home Case That Could Affect Millions

When Susie Talevski sued the agency that managed her elderly father’s care before he died, she hoped to get justice for her family. She did not expect the case would grow into a national bellwether. A ruling against her could strip millions of vulnerable Americans of their power to hold states accountable when they do … Read more

KHN’s ‘What the Health?’: Biden Hits the Road to Sell Democrats’ Record

Can’t see the audio player? Click here to listen on Acast. You can also listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Pocket Casts, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Related Links Kids’ Mental Health Care Leaves Parents in Debt and in the Shadows As Links to MS Deepen, Researchers Accelerate Efforts to Develop an Epstein-Barr Vaccine … Read more

Indiana’s New Abortion Ban May Drive Some Young OB-GYNs to Leave a State Where They’re Needed

On a Monday morning, a group of obstetrics and gynecology residents, dressed in blue scrubs and white coats, gathered in an auditorium at Indiana University School of Medicine. After the usual updates and announcements, Dr. Nicole Scott, the residency program director, addressed the elephant in the room. “Any more abortion care questions?” she asked the … Read more