Everyone loves to criticize health insurance companies.
A pair of Connecticut Democratics is pushing the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to require...
The FDA should not wait for regulations to be finalized, the lawmakers say.
Two federal courts of appeals issued opinions that paint a muddied future for ObamaCare.
Rep. Rosa DeLauro says the measure will help combat the nation's obesity epidemic.
Lawmakers want more information about safety lapses involving anthrax, small pox and bird flu.
Targiniq ER is the second oxycodone drug to be approved as an abuse deterren.
The GAO says it's too early to draw conclusions about false healthcare sign-ups.
The Connecticut lawmaker also said nicotine poisoning in children is on the rise.
Gallup says 58 percent of smokers say tax hikes on cigarettes are unjust but 71 percent of smokers...
A coalition of leading healthcare stakeholders is urging the White House to move forward with a...
Lawmakers appear unimpressed with the response to lapses involving anthrax and avian flu.
The groups are asking CMS to reschedule the database launch date to March 31.
Regulations would reduce Medicare payment rates to hospitals with higher readmission rates.
Republican senators are calling on the Department of Health and Human Services to release documents...
In the past, the FDA said it would not regulate diagnostic tests.
The government says ObamaCare's efforts to close the drug "donut hole" have saved $11.5 billion.
The New York Times is calling for legal mariijuana nationwide.
Michael Farrell stepped down after heavy criticism of the agency for a number of safety lapses.
A new system will let hospitals look at real-time patterns of antibiotic resistance.
Scares involving anthrax, bird flu and small pox highlight a disturbing trend, according to a...
Federal health officials are urging consumers to avoid powdered pure caffeine sold over the...
CMS announced that only four categories of drugs would be subject to "prior authorization" under...
The ACA requires marketplace plans to have adequate networks, but "adequate" is an inexact term.