Keyword: American Academy of Pediatrics
South Carolina got approval to install work requirements for its Medicaid population but could face a legal challenge that has stymied other states.
Several major medical groups are among those that have urged the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down a Louisiana abortion law.
Leading medical organizations tell the Supreme Court rescinding DACA will hurt the healthcare workforce and patients.
Climate change is posing health risks from extreme weather events to air pollution to the spread of mosquito- and tick-borne diseases.
The Trump administration Monday finalized its “public charge” rule on immigration, and healthcare experts are warning about the negative impacts.
Following two mass shootings, seven leading medical organizations have said "enough" and called for action to prevent gun violence.
A group of more than 70 medical and public health organizations called for leaders to combat climate change, calling it a “health emergency.”
Three female doctors from Georgia are poised to take over top leadership spots at prominent national physician organizations.
Alabama’s governor signed into law the country’s most restrictive antiabortion bill, which could punish doctors who perform abortions with life in prison.
A recent study found that telemedicine may be leading to the overprescribing of antibiotics to children with sniffles and sore throats as well as more inappropriate prescribing that doesn't follow clinical guidelines.