The evidence continues to mount that a widely used firefighting foam may be linked to high rates of cancer among U.S. firefighters. Why is the foam still in firehouses?
A recent inspection could lead to millions of federal dollars for the East Texas Community Clinic, which mostly serves the uninsured and underinsured.
The federal Infrastructure Law set aside funds to improve clean-water delivery systems for Alaska’s rural tribal communities. But barriers loom, from construction challenges to lack of funding for operations.
New data from Houston-area air monitors show communities are being flooded with chemicals.
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An inside look at how pediatric hospitals are being overwhelmed with victims of respiratory illness.
Since January 2016, at least 30 artificial-stone fabricators in the Los Angeles area have been diagnosed with an accelerated form of silicosis, a deadly, dust-related illness.
Hillsborough County’s program uses a half-cent sales tax to pay for health care for thousands of residents earning up to 175% of the federal poverty level. But enrollment isn’t as high as it could be.
Annette LoVoi of Austin is named as chair of Public Health Watch’s nine-member governing board.
Federally funded clinics and their doctors are protected against lawsuits by federal law, with taxpayers footing the bill. The health centers say that allows them to better serve their low-income patients, but lawyers say the system handcuffs consumers with a cumbersome legal process.