January is Cervical Health Awareness Month, which means organizations are talking about cervical cancer, HPV and prevention. Over the past few decades, deaths related to cervical cancer have decreased significantly. In 1976 the New York State Department of Health reported over 1300 cases.
(Harrisburg) -- As Pennsylvania grapples with the opioid crisis, the battle could get be getting even tougher. If the federal Affordable Care Act is repealed, tens of thousands of people may not have access to drug and alcohol treatment.
(WXXI) Senator Kirstin Gillibrand says she will introduce a measure to stop the rollback of women’s health care. The New York Democrat plans to file an amendment to the federal budget that would take a stand against rolling back any attempt to take away benefits realized under the Affordable Care Act for women.
(Harrisburg) -- While Republicans in Washington work out a plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, Pennsylvania's top insurance regulator is concerned the uncertainty about the future will lead to insurance companies fleeing the individual market next year.