National Take Back Day on April 26 allows people to turn in unused medications for safe disposal.
The federal government isn’t doing everything it can to protect college students from meningitis.
There’s got to be a better way to routinely evaluate the FDA’s performance than trial by crises.
The United States is in the midst of a heroin and prescription drug epidemic, one that is wreaking havoc in small towns and big cities alike.
Curbing the use of toxic and harmful pesticides in agriculture would help protect the environment, farmworkers and our families.
Should saving money take precedence over prescribing the most effective treatments?
The sad truth is the craven desire for increased speed is nothing new when it comes to the chicken business.
More children die from illnesses and disease caused by the lack of safe water and sanitation than war, or TB, AIDS and malaria combined.
Child care is unaffordable for most everyone--but it’s prohibitively expensive for the low-income parents who need access to care to be able to work.
Alzheimer’s is much more deadly than we previously thought - more than 503,000 annual deaths from the disease.