People who purchased plans off exchanges after March 31 will not automatically pay a fine.
The Virginia governor wants to expand Medicaid without legislative approval.
Officials say candy-flavored e-cigarettes are subtly marketed to children.
A group of 12 Democrats urged chain drug stores to follow CVS's lead.
Dems are concerned children, teenagers could still access candy-flavored e-cigarettes.
U.S. farmers say importing Brazilian beef could contaminate the nation's food supply and cost the...
Senators cited concerns about "startlingly" high rates of salmonella and campylobacter.
The head of a medical lab charged with letting thieves steal patient data is refusing to back down...
The Obama administration is looking to modernize the fire safety requirements at certain hospitals...
The Senate Health Committee is forming a working group to tackle the rising rates of prescription...
“I don’t know who his clients are, or what his perspective is," Pelosi said.
Lawmaker says electronic cigarette industry resurrecting big tobacco's "Joe Camel" tactics.
Notifications about COBRA coverage will now include more information about the marketplaces.
The agency released a trio of payment rules late Thursday.
The CMS outlined the new requirements under ObamaCare in a nearly 1,700-page payment rule.
Sens. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) and Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) called on the Food and Drug...
The government is proposing to ban sales of the popular devices to children.
The agency is relaxing regs on eyelid weights for those with a rare medical condition.
Mass. will be required to allow sales of Zohydro, an FDA-approved painkiller.
Easter lilies are to cats what chocolate is to dogs, according to a new warning from the Food and...
The Food and Drug Administration says stair-climbing wheelchairs aren't as risky as first thought.
The FDA approved Zohydro last year, but Massachusetts bans it.
Rep. Henry Waxman said new rules would ease concerns on potential dangers of generic drugs.
"You're gonna have people die," Rep. Hal Rogers (R-Ky.) said.