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The percentage of U.S. adults classified as "cost secure" has slipped to 55%, a new low. The biggest drop is among those aged 50 and older.

A majority of women in the U.S. struggle to make their health a top priority. This is especially true for younger women and women caring for children at home.

An estimated 15 million U.S. adults have used injectable Type 2 diabetes drugs for weight loss. Reported effectiveness is lower among older adults.

Most Americans say care for mental health issues is not on par with care for physical issues. Cost and access are seen as the top barriers to treatment.

A record-high 57% of Americans say they would feel better if they could get more sleep; Americans average a historically low 6.5 hours per night. Stress levels have been rising, especially among young women.

About six in 10 Americans think the COVID-19 pandemic is over, but roughly the same proportion of adults say their lives are not back to normal.

West Health and Gallup have partnered to uncover and track perceptions of the U.S. healthcare system.

Just in time for American Heart Month, the Hologic Global Women's Health Index shows high blood pressure testing is up among women.

While the vast majority of Americans believe healthcare organizations should be required to provide the cost of their products and services in advance, few Americans are aware of the costs before they receive care.

A new Hologic Global Women's Health Index survey reveals the health of the world's women is no better today than it was at the height of the pandemic.

Fewer than one in three U.S. adults say they have gotten the new COVID-19 shot this year.

Nurses lead eight other providers in Americans' ratings of their medical care. Doctors rank second; hospitals and walk-in clinics round out the top four.

Post pandemic, U.S. obesity and diabetes rates have reached record highs amid significant declines in healthy eating and other health habits.

According to a Gallup survey, strong parent-teen bonds have a greater impact on teen mental health than social media usage.

New research shows people who say the food they eat is healthy, enjoyable and part of a diverse diet are more likely to be thriving than people who do not.

U.S. teens average nearly five hours a day on social media. Personality traits and parental restrictions greatly affect teen social media usage patterns.

Amid a rise in COVID-19 infections over the past month, more Americans perceive that the coronavirus situation is getting worse and are worried about getting infected. But these concerns are still relatively low.

Adults aged 18 to 34 are less likely to say they drink alcohol than were young adults in prior decades, while drinking is up among those 55 and older.

More than six in 10 Americans report that they drink alcohol, and 19% of drinkers admit to overindulging sometimes. Beer remains more popular than liquor or wine in the U.S., but liquor's appeal has grown.

Results from the Year 2 Hologic Global Women's Health Index suggest that many women saw the prenatal care where they live beginning to slip in 2021.