Late-night eating and melatonin may impair insulin response

The body’s circadian rhythms – the 24-hour cycles of biological, hormonal, and behavioral patterns – are optimized to promote our

Surgeons’ Opioid-Prescribing Habits Are Hard To Kick

A new data analysis by KHN and Johns Hopkins researchers shows that even as the CDC issued warnings, surgeons handed

Watch: Defining The Debate On Health Care Coverage Options

Public opinion polls show strong support for efforts to expand health coverage to more Americans. But the list of proposals

GoFundMe CEO: The U.S. health care system ‘is really broken’

Scrolling through the GoFundMe website reveals seemingly an endless number of people who need help or community support. A common

‘A vicious cycle’: High rent is keeping Americans from health care

Two of the biggest issues in the country are affordable housing and high health care costs. And they may be more connected than ever

New treatment offers potentially promising results for the possibility of slowing, stopping, or even reversing Parkinson’s disease

A pioneering clinical trials program that delivered an experimental treatment directly to the brain offers hope that it may be