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Obamacare's controversial fine on people who fail to have health insurance this year may have not been a big motivator for millions of people to sign up.
Eli Lilly and Takeda Pharmaceutical were ordered to pay billions in damages over claims that they concealed cancer risks of its Actos diabetes drug.
US sailors are suing a Tokyo utility that operates the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant, alleging it lied about radiation levels in the area.
Investors have noticed that many digital health start-ups, unlike a lot of social-focused companies, are actually making money.
Start-up mCig sells an e-cigarette-style product for marijuana, and is expanding into products that don't involve pot at all.
With health-care costs a major concern in retirement, financial advisors can help clients understand Medicare coverage and anticipate expenses.
In order to diversify its business, Ireland's Mallinckrodt is buying California-based Questcor Pharmaceuticals in a deal reaching $5.2 billion.
Although open enrollment ended, hundreds of thousands of people are likely still "in line" to sign up for Obamacare.
The insurance industry is bracing for the Obama administration's final Medicare Advantage rate cuts for 2015, which will be announced late Monday.
At least 3 million more people were enrolled in Medicaid or CHIP programs by the end of February than before the beginning of Obamcare sign-ups.
Shagun Chadha shares her top pick among medical appliance companies and gives other sector names she likes as well.
At least 5.4 million people without health insurance have obtained coverage since September—and that number is likely climb in coming weeks.
Only 52 percent of full-time workers under 30 took part in employer-sponsored health plans, according to ADP's 2014 health benefits report.
Informing people about subsidies to help them buy Obamacare plans, plus some in-person nudging and help, drove enrollment higher.
People "in line" to enroll in Obamacare, but who were unable to do so because of tech problems, will need to finish by April 15.
Even Jim Cramer now admits the Obama administration is hostile to business, says Jake Novak. And that's hurting the jobs recovery.
Maryland became the first state to take drastic action to fix its flawed Obamacare website. It likely won't be the last.
On Autism Awareness Day, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author Ron Suskind shared what he's learned from dealing with his youngest son's struggles with the condition.
U.S. health advisers recommended approval of MannKind's inhaled diabetes drug, and said the treatment could help those wary of needles.
Healthcare.com, by virtue of its domain name, saw record traffic in March due to people thinking it was the Obamacare site healthcare.gov.
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