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Pfizer reported a 4 percent drop in quarterly revenue, while Merck posted earnings that topped expectations.
Republican budget will focus on repealing or replacing Obamacare. The plan could require only a simple majority vote in the Senate.
The largest U.S. poultry producer also said it is working on ways to curtail such on-farm drug practices at its other businesses.
The government now recommends that local water systems put 0.7 milligrams of fluoride in each liter of drinking water.
Biotech is getting roughed up, after leading the market's gains this year.
Mylan rejected Teva Pharmaceuticals' $40.1 billion buyout offer, saying the cash-and-stock proposal undervalues the company.
A theory by a doctor at Seattle Children's Hospital indicates that inner ear damage can cause SIDS, TODAY.com reports.
Nylabone Products recalled one lot of its Puppy Starter Kit dog chews since it might be contaminated with Salmonella.
The "Halftime Report" traders give their trades for the second half.
Wellness plan incentives have coaxed employees to get on a path to better health, but the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission had posed a roadblock, until now.
How much alcohol you drink depends a lot on where you live, USA Today reports.
Celladon said it expected to cut jobs after the company's experimental gene therapy to treat heart failure failed a key trial.
Obamacare customers are happier with their enrollment experience this year than last.
Chipotle will begin serving only food that is free of genetically engineered ingredients, the NYT reports.
City air pollution could hurt your brain, Harvard researchers suggested Thursday.
AstraZeneca has sharpened its focus on cancer drugs as it looks beyond a hit to sales from the launch of cheap copies of its acid pill Nexium.
Cigars have higher levels of some harmful chemicals, and some smokers may be inhaling more smoke than they think.
Investigators say a New Jersey blood lab paid doctors to send blood work their way as part of a $200 million health-care scheme.
During a special Obamacare enrollment period, California and Washington have a tally that's possibly more than half the people signed up by 36 HealthCare.gov states.
Feeling strapped by rising medical costs? You're not alone, by far. Patients' average costs rose 11 percent last year as access to credit shrank.
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