Welcome to our Weekly Roundup, bringing you a compilation of articles we’ve come across recently to help you stay up to date on some of the latest healthcare news.
This week’s edition includes stories about the confusing costs of preventive care, new concern for Zika transmission in the US and using the immune system to fight cancer.
Healthcare consumers are finding that Obamacare coverage for preventive services isn’t as straightforward as it seems.
Confirmation of more active transmission of Zika leads to an unprecedented travel warning by the CDC for pregnant women and their partners, urging them to avoid an area of northern Miami.
When it comes to annual gynecological checkups, many women want fewer tests and more conversation with a provider who knows them.
The CDC pulled the FluMist vaccine from the 2016-2017 flu season arsenal due to its poor performance in 2014-2015.
- Oncologists continue to make advances in strategies that use the immune system to fight nearly every type of cancer.