The latest news on health insurance
After his wife's stroke, a reader runs into payment problems.
Many states don't guarantee insurance coverage for colon cancer screening. How is that a good idea?
Those "reasonable and customary" charges insurers agree to pay might not be so reasonable.
The uninsured and Medicaid recipients are more likely to forgo tests and get late cancer diagnoses.
Flexible spending, private plans, dedicated credit, and more can make dentistry cheaper.
A new report shows that even many fairly affluent people would rather go without.
Presidential candidates' healthcare proposals all differ, but their party affiliation matters most.
Students often face unexpected—and unnecessary—fees.