- Lost on the Frontline: Explore the Databaseby The Staffs of KHN and The Guardian March 3, 2021
As of Wednesday, the ongoing KHN-Guardian project is investigating 3,507 deaths of U.S. health workers in the fight against covid-19. Today we add 15 profiles, […]
- Children’s Hospitals Grapple With Young Covid ‘Long Haulers’by Carmen Heredia Rodriguez, Kaiser Health News March 3, 2021
Pediatric hospitals are creating clinics for the increasing number of children reporting lingering covid symptoms similar to those that plague some adults long […]
- In California, Caregivers of People With Disabilities Are Being Turned Away at COVID Vaccine Sitesby Jackie Fortiér, KPCC March 3, 2021
Parents and caregivers of people with disabilities in California are supposed to be near the front of the line for the covid-19 vaccine. But some are hitting […]
- Rural Americans in Pharmacy Deserts Hurting for Covid Vaccinesby Markian Hawryluk March 3, 2021
Pharmacies are poised to start filling the gaps to vaccinate all of America against covid. Where does that leave people in rural counties that lack pharmacies?
- Readers and Tweeters Dispense Timely Advice for Difficult TimesMarch 2, 2021
Kaiser Health News gives readers a chance to comment on a recent batch of stories.
- ‘An Arm and a Leg’: Revisiting Insulin: How the Medicine Got So Expensiveby Dan Weissmann March 2, 2021
“An Arm and a Leg” is updating a story, first reported in 2019, about how insulin got to be so expensive. The latest news is more encouraging than expected.
- Beijing’s SARS Lockdown Taught My Children Resilience. Your Covid Kids Will Likely Be Fine.by Elisabeth Rosenthal March 2, 2021
Living through SARS taught my children important lessons, and not just about hygiene. It taught them how to make sacrifices for the sake of friends, family and […]
- Sorting Out How Politics, Policies Figure in Flap Over New York Nursing Home Covid Death Ratesby Michelle Andrews March 2, 2021
The debate begins with the covid death tallies. But the issues go beyond basic numbers.
- States Aim to Chip Away at Abortion Rights With Supreme Court in Mindby Justin Franz March 2, 2021
Legislatures in conservative-leaning states across the country are pushing bills that would restrict abortion and, with a conservative Supreme Court in place, […]
- Becerra Has Long Backed Single-Payer. That Doesn’t Mean It Will Happen if He’s HHS Secretary.by Victoria Knight March 1, 2021
Biden’s pick to lead the Department of Health and Human Services has been on record throughout his career for this type of health care system. But the […]