It'll be hard to measure the law's impact because of reported changes to questions.
The head of a medical lab charged with letting thieves steal patient data is refusing to back down from his fight against the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
A court’s decision this month to allow the FTC to pursue similar charges against the Wyndham hotel chain shouldn’t have much impact on LabMD’s campaign against the regulator, CEO Michael Daugherty said on Tuesday. He pledged to continue fighting the “bullies” at the agency to prevent them from regulating companies’ data security without explicit regulations.
Easter lilies are to cats what chocolate is to dogs, according to a new warning from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
The FDA on Monday warned cat owners not to have Easter lilies and other types of flowers in their homes, because they can be poisonous to cats, leading to vomiting and frequent urinating, and eventually destroy their kidneys.
The Obama administration is looking to modernize the fire safety requirements at certain hospitals and other healthcare centers.
The proposed fire safety standards from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) address everything from automatic sprinkler systems to the size of patients' rooms and where to store medical equipment.
Insurance coverage provisions will cost $104 billion less than estimated over 10 years.
Lawmakers accuse e-cig makers of using candy flavors to attract children.
She'll have a lot on her plate as the next leader of HHS.
Coburn described his cancer as “fairly rare,” saying it will probably require surgery soon.
“I've never ran away from ObamaCare," the Maryland Democrat said.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn called Sylvia Mathews Burwell an “interesting choice.”