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.
Legislation would require federal studies to assess the cost to employers.
Experts warn that drug costs could “blow up” budgets for families, employers and state Medicaid...
The USDA said a two-year delay will allow for the development of new pasta products.
The about-face came after pressure from the industry.
Legislators are asking Pfizer to keep jobs in Maryland.
Democrats are concerned about people being "involuntary exposed to secondhand vapors."
The Senate is weighing Burwell's nomination to become secretary of Health and Human Services.
The New York Democrat called it the "Kool-Aid of teenage binge drinking."
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 proposal would apply to power scooters and other home medical goods.
States are nailing down dates to release 2015 premium costs under ObamaCare.
Hiring experts who have not smoked weed is "one of our challenges," the FBI director said.
Late payments for hospital and doctor visits should be treated differently, the CFPB says.
A Missouri facility reportedly is getting paid to do virtually nothing.
An IT group says regulations need to be unified.
N.Y. state reportedly took in $61 million in false payments.
Some 60 percent of benefits managers say the Affordable Care Act will up healthcare costs.
The increase would equal $230 million next year, the agency said.