The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed a challenge to the Affordable Care Act, preserving insurance coverage for millions of Americans.
We all know exercise is good for you, but besides being good for your health, it could also benefit your wallet. FOX 10's Danielle Miller visits Mariposa Park in Mesa and has the details.
The Phoenix-metro area continues to grow at a rapid pace and with it comes the need for more healthcare facilities. Dr. Jared Muenzer, physician-in-chief at Phoenix Children's, has the details on plans for the Arrowhead campus near 67th Avenue and Union Hills Drive.
Ireland’s Health Service Executive said the move was a precaution to protect its IT systems after the ransomware attack, and appointments for coronavirus vaccinations were not affected.
President Joe Biden said 1 million Americans have signed up for health insurance under “Obamacare” during a special enrollment period for people needing coverage during the pandemic.
The Biden administration says the government will protect gay and transgender people against sex discrimination in health care, reversing a Trump-era policy.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed a bill into law expanding telehealth medicine, helping vulnerable communities in the state while also making sure doctors get paid fairly.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is expected to authorize Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for young adults age 12 and older by next week, according to a federal official and a person familiar with the process, setting up shots for many before the beginning of the next school year.
Arizona has reached its peak number of people who are vaccinated against COVID-19, says the former state health director. Now, vaccinations are declining.
Researchers say the discovery is important because it stresses the impact sleep can have on cognitive function.
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said a drug the company is testing to treat COVID-19 showed promising signs and could be available to the public by the end of this year.
The National Institutes of Health is launching a study to better understand how COVID-19 vaccines impact patients with weakened immune systems, since vaccines typically require a healthy working immune system to fight a virus.
The governors of California, Washington, Oregon and Nevada concluded on Saturday that the use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine is safe and should resume in the western states.
Questions are being raised about the number of reported COVID-19 deaths in Arizona. As of April 24, the state has recorded more than 17,000 deaths caused by COVID-19, but some health experts say the number may be much higher.
The NIH is testing multiple drugs to see if they’re effective at treating mild to moderate COVID-19 symptoms. The drugs are already approved by the FDA for other conditions and are taken at home either orally or by an inhaler.
Valentina Garnetti will turn two years old next month and has already spent most of her life inside a hospital room.
A recent study found that granddaughters of women who were exposed to the now-banned chemical pesticide, DDT, have 2-3 times higher chances of experiencing obesity and earlier periods.
A potential HIV vaccine that utilizes he same mRNA technology as the COVID-19 vaccine from Moderna is showing promising results.
A Valley mother is wanting to raise awareness about multi-system inflammatory syndrome (MIS-C), which is typically caused by COVID-19, and her 8-year-old daughter is still suffering from it.
An Arizona man says he had the Super Bowl of headaches after getting the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.