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Aetna said it plans to continue its Obamacare health insurance business next year in the 15 states where it now participates, and may expand.
Health providers are using malpractice case data to detect potentially worrisome trends in how they deal with patients.
The American goalkeeper tells CNBC she's still concerned about Zika, but decided to "begrudgingly" participate this year's Summer Olympics.
Shares of Zoetis fell Tuesday following a New York Times report that billionaire hedge fund manager Bill Ackman is paring his stake.
Researchers from Harvard University's Wyss Institute have come up with a method to detect the mosquito-borne virus in humans.
Allergan reported a 48 percent rise in quarterly revenue, led by a strong performance by its branded drugs business.
$5,000 prizes will go to the designer of the easiest-to-understand medical bill, and the best transformation of the medical billing system.
Why Apple made the Apple Watch.
The presidential contender's proposals for new spending would cost $33 trillion, but only be financed by $15.3 trillion in new taxes.
Valeant said on Monday it expects to file its first-quarter report with the regulators on or before June 10, ahead of the July 31 deadline.
A new home conception kit offers health insurers a less expensive alternative to pricey fertility treatments.
A new gene test claims it can slow the US painkiller addiction epidemic by identifying likely addicts before a doctor writes a prescription.
Research suggests that medical mistakes kill more people than any cause other than heart disease and cancer.
If you can't charge "hundreds of thousands" of dollars a year for drugs, will there be drugs for orphan diseases?
Walking and cycling even in the most polluted of cities is still better for you than staying indoors, a study has shown.
A team at Oxford University have used virtual reality devices to help treat patients with paranoia, showing how VR could help health care.
Merck reported better-than-expected profit in the first quarter, driven by higher sales of its diabetes drug Januvia and heart drug Zetia.
JPMorgan Private Bank is rotating away from broad U.S. market exposure and making sector calls, Steven Rees says.
Obamacare is under threat from politicians. Here's how the affordable care act can work for employers, says industry veteran Denny Weinberg.
Americans want elected officials to do more to fight the growing opioid epidemic, a new survey finds.
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