Senate Dems want tougher labeling regulations on the fast-growing e-cigarette industry.
The Food and Drug Administration has said there is no real cure for the virus.
Two new initiatives aim to improve care quality.
The DOT will issue guidance to allow the Dallas hospital to dispose of Ebola waste.
The Democrats pointed to evidence the ads increase smoking among teens.
A pair of House lawmakers want clearer rules of the road for mobile applications that track people’...
The measure now heads to the Senate floor.
Democrats demanded the Obama administration update its policy to allow gay men to donate blood,...
The poultry giant's actions go beyond FDA requirements.
The American Vaping Association denies the products are a gateway to cigarettes.
Electronic cigarettes could "turn back the clock," advocates say.
Three insurers reported bumps in premiums, while another three reduced them.
Industry groups are calling on Congress to pass a new law outlining rules for health technology...
The regs extend minimum wage and overtime rights to millions of home healthcare workers.
Nutritional quackery refuses to die.
GOP lawmakers urged DOL not to increase the wages of home care workers to $7.25 an hour.
TKM-Ebola can be used in emergency situations under arrangements with the U.S. and Canada.
Officials call the threat of antibiotic-resistant “super bugs” an “urgent health threat.”
Is spending 25 to 30 percent of yearly income on medical care affordable?
Hospitals and clinics are being named “authorized collectors” of dangerous drugs.
The materials had been expected before July 4, frustrating businesses.
The industry is “filled with promise and threat” to public health, the group says.
The rules respond to a slew of legal challenges to the ObamaCare provision.
The DEA is moving to stem a rise in the abuse of powerful painkillers.