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Cybercriminals infiltrated the computer network at Methodist Hospital and encrypted patient files.
Voters are tired of the stupidity, says Andrew Tisch. The next president needs to appoint a czar for THIS.
Dental offices see an 80% spike in emergency visits following St. Patrick's Day.
There have already been more than 30 health data breaches involving more than 900,000 patient records in 2016.
The savings offered by retail health clinics were outweighed by the overall spending increase resulting from increased use.
The pact with private vendors of digital health records and health-care systems is aimed at making it easier to access and transfer that data.
A Los Angeles hospital decides to pay hackers who were holding its computer network hostage.
Starbucks and some other eateries are under fire from a health advocacy group over high sugar levels in their hot drinks.
A project is screening people for past trauma and treating them for it as their chronic physical conditions are also being addressed.
A replica of a woman's brain aneurysm allowed doctors to practice several times before operating on her.
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.
The "Halftime Report" traders give three under-the-radar trades for the second half of the day.
Shire, the specialty pharma company, may need to find an antidote for a poison pill before it can win shareholders in Baxalta over to its $30bn bid.
Innovation has always been the blood pumping through the body of the pharma industry, but in recent years the supply seemed to be getting poorer.
The federal government says health care facilities should stop using Hospira's Symbiq medication infusion pump because its vulnerable to hacking.
Ebola briefly returned to the headlines this week with a scare at a hospital in New York, but the deadly virus continues to claim victims in West Africa.
A man bitten by a rattlesnake this month says he received a $153,000 hospital bill.
As sports grapples with the effects of injuries, one area of medicine is looking to make pain and recovery a thing of the past.
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