A survey says we don't see the doctor or take steps to get healthier, and we have no idea how much money we'll need for decent health care in retirement.
Nearly 60% of the uninsured and low-income households say they “lack enough information to understand" the reform act.
Workers and their employers are still worrying about what health care reform will bring.
With a shortage of qualified doctors coming, reaching out to a physician by either phone, email or video could become more common.
Americans are spending more on health care insurance – but are they spending that money wisely?
Health care costs are up 4% since last year, but consumers do have some control over what they spend.
Expect to pay more for your health care coverage as costs continue to rise.
Prescription drug labels aren't doing enough to protect patients from themselves.
Young Americans are among the biggest backers of health care reform.
Health care costs are expected to rise by double digits across the globe.