Federal Experts Talk Bird Flu ‘What Ifs’ in WebMD Live Event
WebMD brought together experts from four federal agencies to talk prevention, monitoring, and what the “what ifs” of bird flu might look like.
What’s Next in Health Care for Older Adults: Questions and Answers With John Whyte, MD
As WebMD’s chief medical officer, John Whyte, MD, is in a unique position to see both the current state of medical care for America’s older adults and the way things are trending for the future. …
Get the Care You Need in a COVID-19 World
What to expect at the doctor’s office, hospitals, and long-term care facilities, the future of telemedicine, and how to get the best care during COVID-19.
Personal Shopper: A Savvy Black Entrepreneur Guides You to Eczema-Friendly Clothes, Creams, Cosmetics, and More
A savvy black entrepreneur guides you on an eczema-friendly shopping spree.
Behind the Spike in Colorectal Cancer Among Young Americans
Colorectal cancer cases increased a whopping 333% among 15- to 19-year-olds and 185% among 20- to 24-year-olds from 1999 to 2020.
Are you one of the millions about to have cataract surgery? Here’s what ophthalmologists say you need to know Image: Cataract surgery removes the clouded lens of the eye and replaces it with a new, …

How to Talk to Your Loved One's Care Team

If you’re a schizophrenia caregiver, communication with your loved one's doctors is important. Learn how to stay in the loop.

N.C. developing plan to improve Medicaid participants’ job prospects

By Jaymie Baxley Medicaid expansion has already provided more than 450,000 low-income North Carolinians with health insurance. Could it also help them find better-paying jobs? State lawmakers …

Doctors rail against proposed ban against public masking

By Anne Blythe Cameron Wolfe, an infectious disease specialist at Duke University with a knack for making medicine and science easily understood, is just as straightforward when offering his …

‘Care can’t wait’: Child care advocates rally for funding, support

By Jennifer Fernandez RALEIGH — Dozens of child care facilities across North Carolina closed Thursday.  Not because they didn’t have enough teachers — which many don’t. Not because …
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