The demand for interpreters is on the rise, especially since children have been separated from their parents at the southern border.
In America, some people count, some people are counted out.
As a plan to overhaul America's health care system makes its way through Congress, we take a look at how one country has managed to maintain high-quality care while controlling costs.
Some states are trying to fill in the health care holes for Micronesians, who are allowed to live and work in the US but are barred from safety net programs like Medicaid. In Oklahoma, though, efforts to help have so far been unsuccessful.
A growing number of people now work in the gig economy. Ride-hailing apps are sometimes primary sources of income for folks or a way for people to make extra money. For many freelancers, the Affordable Care Act is the way to get health insurance. But what happens to these workers if it gets repealed?
Few things reveal the differences between the US and Finland as clearly as health care.
The new Republican new health care plan to replace Obamacare has drawn criticism from both sides of the aisle — for different reasons.
The medical school at Loyola University is trying to keep its students in the program. Their skills, languages and cultural diversity are needed in health care, they say.
At Tulane University's Goldring Center for Culinary Medicine, students are learning to pair nutrition with allopathic care — and other schools are catching on.
Kerry helps run a program that is trying to address the lack of skilled doctors and nurses in several African countries.
There are 50,000 people over 100 years of age in Japan. Until recently, they got a special present for reaching that milestone.