The president’s landmark statute is now one for two at the high court.
Millions of Americans are only willing to buy health insurance if it is available at steep...
The FDA trials will determine whether marijuana is safe to treat certain diseases.
Democratic lawmakers want the NIH to publicly disclose demographic trial data on ClinicalTrials.gov.
If they did, they'd have fries and candy every day, Michelle Obama says.
Is it possible for more Republican-led state governments to expand their Medicaid programs without...
The agency is for the first time urging pregnant women to eat more seafood.
One bill would require the DEA to classify controlled substances more quickly.
More than 20 Republicans joined Dems in approving Burwell’s nomination to replace Sebelius.
Should our food choices be dictated, constrained or otherwise influenced by those 535 dietary...
The rules require a “prominent” label warning the beds aren't for people under 18.
Patient and provider groups said recent delays give officials a chance to consider changes.
The employer mandate is likely to be the first big issue in the ACA that actually gets a bipartisan...
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) says it needs more funding from Congress...
“You’re what’s wrong with this country,” Sen. Rockefeller told industry officials.
Oz's endorsements of weight-loss products have run into criticism.
The Obama administration plans to fight for rule that gives some medical facilities discounts on “...
The bipartisan bill would provide more incentives to drugmakers to develop new antibiotics.
The rules are designed to ensure formula is nutritious and safe from contaminants, the FDA said.
The Republican leader voted against Sylvia Burwell for HHS secretary.
An April 2014 data release excludes the payment data for three in 10 Medicare beneficiaries — those...
Products in wide use around the world remain banned in the U.S.
Dr. Phil McGraw is advocating for foster children "too often" given psychotropic drugs.
"Those favoring total legality or illegality have crept up," a new survey says.