Report: Half Of Single Young Adults Eligible For The Insurance Marketplace Could Get Coverage For $50 Or Less
A new report released Monday by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) shows that nearly half (46 percent) of single young...
(Trice Edney Wire) - A working group of Black leaders is calling on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to expand the recommendations...
WASHINGNTON (NNPA) – In less than a week, health insurance market exchanges will open across the nation and more than 40 million Americans, including...
By Rita Henley Jensen Special to the Trice Edney News Wire from Women's eNews. (Trice Edney Wire)-Very few of the maternity wards that have won a...
Washington Post global economics correspondent David Lynch explains why the US supply chain is so backed up and says the "original sin" that kicked off this crisis was a change in American consumption habits during the pandemic.
Doctors say the figure for pregnant Black women is alarming given they are more likely to die from pregnancy complications than any other demographic group. Health advocates believe the pandemic has the potential to worsen the Black maternal health crisis, especially if Black moms aren't getting immunized.
The study, titled “Waking the Sleeping Giant: Low-Income Voters and the 2020 Elections” also shows that of the 168 million people who voted in 2020, 59 million — 35% — were poor or low-income, meaning they have an estimated annual income of less than $50,000. The 2020 presidential elections saw the highest voter turnout in U.S. election history, including among low-income voters.