The unexpected lesson of the Avandia debacle.
Why do we overmedicate babies for heartburn?
Don’t worry, Obamacare’s cost savings didn’t just evaporate.
How WellPoint’s bad behavior advances health care reform.
Why do insurers ignore the most promising way of cutting health costs?
A majority of Americans still believe the uninsured are doing just fine.
The IRS commissioner explains how he’ll make you buy health insurance.
The four best lies about the new health care law.
Student loan reform’s lessons for health care reform.
Why did Bart Stupak hold out for a meaningless executive order?
What’s in the health care reform bill’s final draft.
Health reform’s virgin birth.
How Stupak’s stubbornness may lead to more abortions.
Slate's Whipometer: After 14 months, the Democrats pass their flagship legislation.
What would happen if people just refused to buy health insurance even if a law ordered them to?
Will health reform’s first political casualty be Mitt Romney?
Why aren’t Republicans raising holy hell about Obamacare’s payroll tax hike?
Eight reasons why the health-insurance industry should change its position and support reform.
The Catholic Church interferes with a rival doctrine: the U.S. Senate’s.