Hospital rooms, shopping floors, and fast-food counters: This is where the future of U.S. employment lives. We think.
Nearly 40 percent of Providence's land is occupied by institutions that do not pay taxes. That worked fine until the city needed cash.
If U.S. health care and education starts to cluster, some metro areas will lose.
Major urban areas are magnets for the uninsured, and the state politicians who turned down the Medicaid expansion are not the ones who will pay to treat them.
The team just got some new lifelong supporters.
American hospitals that provide high-quality, affordable treatment tend to hail from the heartland, according to a new visualization.
Herbert Baglione's loathsome shadow-creatures sprout from old wheelchairs and slide into darkened rooms in this fantastically atmospheric intervention.
A stark picture of the geographic relationship between the city's top polluters and its most vulnerable places.
Bacterial infections are killing more people in some parts of country, but not others.
Evidence suggests colors, natural light and design can improve healing times.
So says a new study from Canada examining hundreds of injured cyclists and the roads where they wiped out.
New research from Philadelphia finds that the city's newborn mortality rate spiked after a spate of hospital closures.
Worker-owned cooperatives are leveraging the city's the biggest institutions to create jobs in the impoverished neighborhoods right next door.
Changes in employment in the Cleveland area show shifts in which industries are driving the economy.
Not all parking fees are created equal, and some may amount to a hidden medical cost
Some of the most profitable hospitals in the nation are nonprofits, but they still receive tons of tax breaks