The primary difference between the two candidates has to do with federal government involvement in citizens’ healthcare: Trump wants to reduce government’s role, Biden plans to expand it
The Goop Lab: Gwyneth Paltrow's Netflix series fails to attribute cultural origins to its so-called novel approaches to psychotherapy
The Goop Lab fails to engage with the cultural heritage of traditional health and well-being practices in any meaningful way, missing an important opportunity to forward the holistic health cause.
Donald Trump signs proclamation suspending entry of immigrants who can't afford to pay for healthcare
The proclamation, issued by the White House, said it would not affect any individual’s eligibility for asylum or refugee status
Anil Prasad faces a possible maximum sentence of 30 years imprisonment and a $1.25 million dollar fine on both counts he is charged with.
Despatches from an H1B wasteland amid India-US 2+2 talks: How a non-immigrant work permit has occupied frontlines of US politics
Behind the present day backlash on H-1B visas are cold, hard numbers that say the H-1B cost advantage has vanished, especially if you add the cost of nuisance value which comes bundled with the H-1B process
US midterm elections 2018: Top data cruncher bullish on Democrats' edge, gives party 3 in 4 chance of taking House majority
America’s best known data cruncher on elections Nate Silver is bullish on Democrats winning the House at the midterm elections 2018. FiveThirtyEight is giving Democrats a 3 in 4 chance of winning enough seats for a majority and it comes with a big caveat: “Relatively small shifts could allow Republicans to keep control of the House, or could turn a blue wave into a tsunami.”
US midterm elections 2018: Donald Trump predicts hardline immigration agenda will power Republicans to victory; says America will see a 'red wave'
US president Donald Trump sharply accused congressional Democrats of allowing open borders and crime to fester, using a White House event on Monday to stoke a fall campaign fight over immigration and the U.S. southern border.
US midterm election 2018: Donald Trump acolyte Steve Bannon warns Republicans they will 'get smoked' if they lean on traditional playbook
During a Sunday interview with The Associated Press, the former chief strategist to Trump said he believes the GOP would lose 35 to 40 seats in the House if the election were held today, thereby ceding their majority to Democrats he's convinced will pursue impeachment.
Ayushman Bharat: Will Narendra Modi's medicare result in possible discomfort during long, expensive treatments?
Will Modicare leave the poor to fend for themselves once say a patient undergoes a major surgery, exhausting his/her quota of Rs 5 lakh per annum?
Donald Trump embraces racially tinged rhetoric in midterm election season, hoping for strong conservative turnout
Democrats are pinning their hopes of flipping control of Congress on mobilizing liberals and minorities, particularly black voters. And Republicans' best chance of holding off a Democratic wave is strong turnout among the conservative white voters who helped sweep Trump into office and often cheer his willingness to dive into hot-button issues with racial overtones.
In US midterm election season, Donald Trump economic fiction on 'record' GDP and jobs cites figures that don't exist
US President Donald Trump is distorting the truth on U.S. economic growth and jobs, pointing to record-breaking figures that don't exist and not telling the full story on black unemployment. He cites the highest-ever gross domestic product for the US that's not there and predicts a spectacular 5 percent annual growth rate in the current quarter that hardly any economist sees.
Donald Trump signs 'Right to Try' bill for terminal patients to try unproven drugs; calls it 'fundamental freedom'
US President Donald Trump has signed legislation that would help people with deadly diseases try experimental treatments.
It's too early to say which model is the best. One also cannot be dogmatic. The first two years will bring to fore the pitfalls and good aspects of a model.
Republicans' Obamacare repeal push left for dead: Maine senator Susan Collins joins three other GOP colleagues in opposing bill
The Maine moderate said in a statement that the legislation would make "devastating" cuts in the Medicaid program for poor and disabled people, drive up premiums for millions and weaken protections Obamacare gives people with pre-existing medical conditions.
US Senate Republicans revealed legislation which would replace Obamacare with a plan that scales back aid to the poor. This is Barack Obama's response to it.
The United States is growing older and more ethnically diverse, a trend that could put strains on government programs from Medicare to education..
The animus between hospitals and insurers would also incidentally end when managed Medicare takes roots in the country.
The proposal, an annual attempt to identify and fund the president's policy desires, is unlikely ever to become law.
It’s high time that public health became a political issue in the elections as corruption or law and order has been. This is where civil society has got to play an important role.
Reactions to Obama's speech were mixed. Initial reactions suggested that while the plan seemed to have some good, workable elements, it was short on details, especially on how the package would be funded.