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The Epi-Pill offers another way to combat allergic reactions at a stable price, but it also presents a new set of challenges.
At the UCSF Medical Center, a fully automated pharmacy is now filling patient prescriptions.
The first U.S. warship to visit New Zealand in more than 30 years was changing course Tuesday to help people after a powerful earthquake.
Drugmaker Mylan may have overcharged hospitals that serve significant numbers of poor people for lifesaving anti-allergy devices.
The private equity firm is buying TeamHealth for about $3.2-billion.
Last year the flu cost the economy billions of dollars. This season could be worse, since fewer people are opting for vaccinations.
These innovative companies are working on new methods to make chemotherapy safer, and more tolerable, for cancer patients in America.
The "new leadership" at the VA is the result of moving existing managers between jobs and medical centers, according to USA Today.
A new drug being tested slows Alzheimer's by removing plaque buildup in the brain. It's hope for millions suffering from the disease.
What security weaknesses exist in hospitals and health care providers? We ask Kevin Fu, Director of the University of Michigan’s Archimedes Center for Medical Device Security.
Many hospitals in the path of the hurricane altered their operations.
Acute flaccid myelitis (AFM) — a mysterious muscle weakness, similar to polio — appears to be on the rise this year, reports NBC.
New non-invasive tests are helping doctors better diagnose what stage prostate cancer patients have so they can forgo risky biopsies.
Junior doctors in the U.K. are set to strike next month, which could see thousands of operations and appointments delayed or canceled.
A firefighter who had his face badly burned in 2001 now has the face of a Brooklyn bike mechanic.
A help wanted ad by Interim Healthcare is sparking outrage for discriminating against Haitians.
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