Contaminated medical devices led to a superbug outbreak that killed 11 patients in Seattle.
Of the 1.2 million people with HIV in the U.S., 168,000 are unaware.
NIH and CDC will test the vaccines in Liberia and Sierra Leone.
Sens. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) and Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) reintroduced legislation Friday to...
The rechargeable device is implanted in the abdomen and sends signals of fullness to the brain.
The House passed legislation on Monday that would exempt volunteer firefighters from the healthcare...
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found on average six people die of alcohol poisoning...
The rule would have narrowed the minimum wage and overtime pay exemption for companionship services.
USDA has yet to finalize its labeling rule for mechanically tenderized meat.
Eric Holder accused the pharmacists of “extreme and appalling indifference to human life.”
A report from the agency's top watchdog found errors in the number of deaths reported.
Federal regulators are urging pregnant women to avoid commercial sonogram services that offer "...
Sen. Thom Tillis says "the market will take care of that," citing government overreach.
Employers want the commission to define a "voluntary" wellness program.
The company has been trying to keep generic forms of its sclerosis drug off the market.
The rule would have redefined the definition of companionship services, extending overtime pay to...
Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) has introduced the Child Nicotine Poisoning Prevention Act of 2015.
The administration is concerned that major risk statements are too long.
The agency said the weight loss products can cause "serious harm."
Lean meats were removed from the description of a healthy dietary pattern.
Health advocates urge the USDA to finalize its mechanically tenderized meat labeling rule by Dec....
More teens are using electronic nicotine products.
Sens. Warren, Feinstein and Gillibrand sent a letter to the Task Force for Combating Antibiotic-...
Use of the steroids have been linked to deaths.