Long before COVID, music therapists used singing and wind instruments to help COPD and asthma patients.
By Lydia Zuraw, Kaiser Health News
The pandemic created disruption and family stress that may have lasting effects on young children’s social and emotional development.
By Leah Gullet, Kaiser Health News
The amount of training law enforcement officers receive on interacting with disabled people varies widely.
By Leigh Paterson, Kaiser Health News
More communities are creating teams of health care providers to respond to mental health crises instead of cops, a shift propelled by nationwide demonstrations against police brutality.
By Katheryn Houghton, Kaiser Health News
By Cindy Loose, Kaiser Health News
A significant number of post-COVID patients suffer from syndromes that few doctors understand.
By Bruce Alpert, Kaiser Health News
COVID-19 is opening the door for researchers to address a problem that has vexed the medical community for decades: the overtreatment and unnecessary treatment of patients…
By Eric Berger, Kaiser Health News
No-shows for behavioral health appointments have been a long-standing problem, with up to 60% skipped.
By Hannah Recht, Rachana Pradhan, Lauren Weber, Kaiser Health News
Black Americans’ vaccination rates still trail all other groups, while Hispanics show improvement.
By Rebecca J. Ritzel, Kaiser Health News
Patients often fork over payments comparable to valet rates to park while receiving care.
Support Provided By: Learn more
Educate your inbox
Subscribe to Here’s the Deal, our politics newsletter for analysis you won’t find anywhere else.