As US President Donald Trump reels from a major setback to his proposed healthcare bill, people around the country have expressed mixed reactions to the news Obamacare seems likely to stick around for
President Trump has turned the tables following his humiliating political defeat to replace and repeal Obamacare in Congress.
It comes as a huge blow to Republicans, who failed to rally enough votes to overhaul healthcare insurance
It also comes as a huge blow to Republicans, who failed to rally enough votes to overhaul healthcare insurance, something they have been working towards for the last seven years.
A long awaited report into a new Republican healthcare plan claims an estimated 14 million Americans will lose insurance coverage by next year.
US President Donald Trump has called for his predecessor’s healthcare legislation to be replaced quickly.
House committees have begun debating and amending the republican plan to replace the signature healthcare legislation brought in by previous president Barack Obama.
Republicans in the US Congress are getting ready to roll out their legislation to replace the existing health care law, the so-called Obamacare, this
As Italy debates euthanasia and assisted suicide laws, euronews spoke to Filomena Gallo, Secretary of the Luca Coscioni Association.
The US Senate has taken the first concrete step towards dismantling Obamacare. It has voted to instruct key committees to draft legislation repealing the US president's signature health insurance prog
In 2015, the country's government handed over the procurement and distribution of some life-saving drugs to international organisations including the UN. Access and cost have improved as a result.
Pedro Barros, Professor of Economics at the Nova School of Business & Economics is an expert in Health Economics and explains to host, Maithreyi Seetharaman, why Europe needs to have a New Vision for
Boštjan Vasle, Director of IMAD in Slovenia explains to Guillaume Desjardins that the country’s Healthcare review has found, immigration is key to ensuring future healthcare with qualified medical per
Greece is facing crippling debts, high unemployment and a daily influx of migrants. All of which impacts the healthcare sector. This edition of Smart
Greek Health Minister Andreas Ksanthos tells Euronews about his recent healthcare reform to provide cover to the 24% of Greeks unemployed, and
Junior doctors in England broke into song during a strike over pay. They are today (Thursday, March 10) continuing their 48-hour walkout following
A trial of shared decision making tools in occupational health in the UK shows encouraging results
The French parliament has narrowly passed a law to introduce plain packaging for cigarettes . It’s in a bid to cut the number of its smokers
By 2050, 37 percent of the European population will be over 60 years old, presenting major new healthcare demands – and serious economic challenges
Thousands of French health practitioners took to the streets of Paris on Sunday (March 15) to protest against a bill aimed at reforming the country’s
US president Barack Obama appears fairly un-presidential in a new video produced by Buzzfeed to encourage Americans to enrol in an Obamacare health
Over 160 million children under the age of five suffer because of chronic hunger. Yet ours is a world of plenty. Witness the rise in obesity
US Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is resigning after overseeing the rollout of the Obamacare health plan which was plagued by
US president Barack Obama has insisted his controversial healthcare programme is ‘here to stay’ a day after more than seven million people signed
Against all odds and constant political warfare from the political right, the first enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act in the United
There is a surge in the number of people trying to sign up for health insurance under America’s Affordable Healthcare Act before the March 31
For weeks and weeks, the controversial Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) has been a nightmare for the Obama administration. But now a sigh of
President Obama and the Democrats have finally agreed to make modifications to their flagship health reforms, but only because the huge project is
A new EU law will spell out patients’ rights when it comes to medical treatment in other member countries for planned operations as well as