The K@W Network:
For many critics of U.S. health care, Canada's single-payer system has long been viewed as an alternative, superior model. Could a similar system work in the U.S.?
Behavioral economics could help tackle the complex problem of creating a health insurance system that works for all citizens.
Personalized medicine – also called precision or genetics-based medicine -- was expected to revolutionize the field. But why are results so meager 15 years later?
Former U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy says the key to alleviating chronic stress is right at our fingertips: establishing emotional well-being.
An overlooked health crisis among working-class, middle-age whites in the U.S. has led to a sharp spike in mortality rates not seen in other groups or other rich countries. Why?
Obamacare may still be the law of the land, but how much will Republicans be able to chip away at its foundations?
The number of skilled nursing homes is falling for many reasons. Can the decline be reversed in time for the baby boomer bulge?
China has made big gains in health care -- 95% of its population now has catastrophic coverage. But it faces big environmental and demographic challenges.
Lack of access to clean drinking water is linked to 80% of global illness. Philip Wilson is tackling the issue with his company, Ecofiltro.
The bill Republicans have introduced to replace the Affordable Care Act will likely erode coverage and not lower costs, experts say.