Hugh Jackman Tries Cryotheraphy, Exposing Himself To Freezing Temperatures In The Name of Health Hugh Jackman is the latest celebrity to try cryotherapy, stepping into a freezing chamber in an attempt to reap the benefits from the alternative medical treatment. In an Instagram video shared on June 8, the fitness buff sticks out his tongue and dances

    Older, Poor Americans Face Huge Costs Under GOP Health Care Bill The Americans who need the most help to afford health care will get the least under Republicans’ Obamacare replacement plan, according to a new analysis. See the HuffPost infographic below for more information about health insurance costs under the

    Can You Improve Your Heart Health With Strength Training? To boost their heart health in the gym, most exercisers assume they need to run, bike, swim or otherwise get their heart rate up – and the longer, the better, right? After all, it’s called “cardiovascular” exercise for a reason. But, not to impugn

    Study: Minorities Get an Excess of Ineffective Health Care Minority patients face a double whammy: Not only are they more likely to miss out on effective medical treatments than white patients, but, according to a new study, they're also more likely to receive an abundance of ineffective services. The study

    Cigna Joins Forces with CVS Health, Launches Cigna Health Cigna Corporation CI has recently launched Cigna Health WorksSM in partnership with CVS Health Corporation CVS. The alliance is primarily aimed at aligning Cigna-administered health benefits with CVS Pharmacy and CVS MinuteClinic retail health care services.

    Protected But Priced Out: Patients Worry About Health Law's Future In Arizona For years, says Corinne Bobbie, shopping in Arizona for a health plan for her little girl went like this: " 'Sorry, we're not covering that kid,' " Bobbie recalls insurers telling her. " 'She's a liability.' " On the day I visit the family at their home in

    4 in 10 job-based health plans in U.S. are now 'high-deductible' (HealthDay)—High-deductible health plans are gaining ground among U.S. adults with employer-sponsored health insurance coverage. But too often, enrollees say high out-of-pocket costs are causing them to skip or delay needed medical care, a new government

    Senate Republicans claim progress on health care legislation President Donald Trump and GOP leaders insisted Tuesday the Senate will vote soon on legislation to repeal and replace "Obamacare." But even as senators headed toward a make-or-break vote before the Fourth of July, deep uncertainty remained about whether

    Color-changing tattoos aim to monitor blood sugar, other health stats MIT researchers are in the early stages of developing biosensing tattoo inks with the hope that one day they might help monitor blood sugar levels and other health data. For many people with diabetes, keeping tabs on blood sugar every day is expensive

    Concern at child mental health rejections Mental health campaigners have called for an urgent review into why so many young people in Scotland are being turned down for specialist treatment. More than 7,000 children and adolescents had their mental health referrals rejected last year. The Scottish