Officials on World AIDS Day unveiled new initiatives to treat and prevent the disease.
Liberia and Guinea have met their targets for controlling the virus, Dr. Bruce Aylward said.
Spokeswoman for spending panel says negotiators made progress over holiday.
VIDEO | The World Health Organization said the death toll has reached nearly 7,000 in West Africa.
Advisers for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will meet next week.
One of Congress’s biggest critics of abortion coverage under ObamaCare says he is deeply...
The government will be marketing healthcare to shoppers at malls and pharmacies.
Roughly 220,000 plans were selected by new customers, according to HHS.
It is illegal under federal law to buy any medication from overseas with a few exceptions.
Findings show a massive gap as more people are aware of their infections.
People protected from deportation will be eligible for Medicare and Social Security.
Rep. Mike Kelly (R-Pa.) has introduced legislation to prevent visas for people from countries...
The president will speak at the National Institutes of Health on Tuesday.
The number of women having abortions dropped 13 percent between 2002 and 2011.
The American Red Cross and America’s Blood Centers voiced support for the policy change.
The president's signature healthcare law faces major challenges in the coming months.
Obama will congratulate workers on tests that show "initial promise" for a possible vaccine.
The rate of smoking in the U.S. dropped to its lowest level in 2013, showing more headway in the...
Richard Blumenthal is asking HHS to endorse testing for ALD at birth.
ACA’s second enrollment period is going better than its first. But that’s not saying much.
UN says it has fallen behind on its response, especially in rural areas.
Democrats made a strategic mistake by passing the healthcare law, Schumer said.
The soon-to-retire Iowa Democrat wrote the provision behind the regs.
Jonathan Gruber will speak before a House panel this year.