Texas made headlines in 2016 after a study claimed the state had the worst maternal mortality rate in the developed world. The study's numbers turned out to be inflated, but Texas still has one of the most concerning maternal mortality…
By Kirsty Johansen, Zachary Green, Ivette Feliciano
Hospitals are training a new breed of nurses who are devoted to caring for patients with sepsis, a life-threatening condition that occurs when the body’s attempt to fight an infection causes widespread inflammation.
By Anna Gorman, Kaiser Health News
Wednesday on the NewsHour, what the results from Election Day say about voter sentiment. Also: Why more middle-aged white Americans are dying, searching for methane leaks in the West, a look at the Middle East conflict 20 years since the…
By PBS NewsHour
In the final report in his series about health issues in Peru, Ray Suarez reports on the country's war on AIDS through research on rare patients whose bodies can effectively suppress the virus.
As part of his continuing series on Peru, Ray Suarez reports on how government strategies to reduce deaths from childbirth among indigenous women who live far from health services could also help women in other Latin American countries.
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