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The FDA and a government task force are clashing over a new report on benefits and risks of daily aspirin doses. NBC News reports.
The "Halftime Report" traders toss around some 'under the radar' plays.
Government-run health exchanges had increased coverage options for customers in 2015.
The current number of Obamacare sign-ups is still ahead of an official 9.1 million customer year-end goal.
Young people who smoke electronic cigarettes are much more likely to smoke tobacco ciggies within a year than their peers.
Is Valeant Pharmaceuticals CEO Mike Pearson the Billy Beane of pharma deals?
Market turmoil can affect more than your 401K — it can take a toll on your health, says Dr. Florence Comite.
Mylan said it will go directly to Perrigo Pharmaceuticals investors starting on Sept. 14 with its $27 billion cash and stock offer.
Concordia Healthcare said it would buy Amdipharm Mercury for $1.9 billion to expand its portfolio of drugs aimed at treating rare diseases.
Insurance mergers "threaten ... widespread competitive harm," doctor and hospital groups warn regulators. New York Times reports.
Almost 1 out of every 3 HealthCare.gov plans want rate hikes of more than 10 percent next year.
The chief executive of Philip Morris told CNBC he wants their lines of e-cigarettes eventually to outsell traditional smokes.
Short sellers are continuing to target biotechnology stocks as one of the frothiest sectors in US equities staggers after a bruising August.
At least 27 deaths have been associated with the Recovery filter, NBC News reports.
Transgender people would be covered under a new rule barring sex discrimination in federally funded health programs.
Halting tobacco sales at all of its drugstores caused people to buy 1% fewer packs of cigarettes in 13 states, USAT reports.
Tobacco firms are getting the equivalent of a tax break after the end of a federal assessment, USA Today reports.
Nonprofit health insurer Blue Shield of California increased its executive compensation by 64 percent in 2012, according to a report.
The rate of people who can't afford needed health care is at the lowest rate in 16 years.
Single people with incomes above $85,000 and married couples with more than $170,000 will pay more for Medicare Part B and Part D coverage.
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