Retaliating against employees who report workplace injuries or illnesses would be prohibited.
Antibiotics may be less effective on sick because of overuse on farm animals.
Hospitals in the 340B program recently won a victory when regulators said they could still purchase...
It will take months to produce even a small batch of a promising new drug to counter Ebola.
The charges were the first filed by the FTC over ObamaCare fraud.
Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) said Monday that he would introduce a bill to ban Palcohol, or...
The ethical dilemma is not about a particular drug, but our entire drug discovery program.
The drug giant cautioned that testing and approval could take "10 or more years."
Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) demanded that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) require opt-out...
Approximately 900 people have died in the outbreak, a WHO official said.
Democrats have an eye on the FDA's consideration of e-cigarettes.
The state's exchanges have faced several technical problems.
Canada will send between 800-1000 doses to the World Health Organization.
Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) wants to change the design of Medicare cards in order to reduce fraud.
Rep. Tim Murphy said there is a “national crisis that demands our response.”
The notices were sent to people whose application data was inconsistent with federal records.
In a viral movement for ALS, volunteers either get wet or give money.
West Africa is experiencing the "most complex outbreak” of Ebola in history, WHO said.
The average is "well below the double-digit increases many feared," an analyst said.
If Republicans take control of the upper chamber, the law is likely to be target No. 1.
The ability of doctors to counsel patients on nutrition has only gotten worse.
The administration grapples with ethical questions over its response to the Ebola outbreak.
Dr. Kent Brantly, who contracted Ebola in Liberia, says he is doing better.
The number is a new high for the program, which has been expanded in 26 states.