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The FDA may ban online e-cigarette sales. This comes just weeks after Commissioner Scott Gottlieb dubbed youth use of e-cigarettes an "epidemic" and announced a historic crackdown.
The insurer is warning hospitals it may drop the nation's largest provider of emergency room physician services from its network starting in January if an agreement is not reached before then.
The auto industry has a choice to make: Which language will cars speak when they talk to one another?The New York Times reports.
Voters in Colorado will decide whether to institute larger setbacks for oil and gas operations, which would make most of the state off limits to drilling, according to US News & World Report.
Arizona health officials threatened to revoke the licenses of 13 federally funded immigrant children shelters, accusing the facilities' operator of n "astonishingly flippant attitude" toward the state's child protection laws, ProPublica reports.
The weight loss company is shifting its strategy and launching several new initiatives.
Amarin share prices nearly quadruple after the biopharmaceutical company's fish oil capsule showed dramatic benefits to heart patients in a clinical trial.
The FDA received high marks this week for calling teenage use of e-cigarettes like Juul an 'epidemic,' but in pointing the finger at makers of addictive nicotine vaping products, the FDA neglected a key culprit in the health crisis: itself.
Over the past year, the number of high school students who have used e-cigarettes in the past 30 days has skyrocketed about 75 percent, preliminary federal show.
Paige.AI promised to transform how cancer is diagnosed with application of AI and health care. Their advantage, though, was access to 25 million patient tissue slides through Sloan Kettering as well as investors from the cancer center holding stake in the start-up. The arrangement has sparked outrage and caused resignations, The New York Times reports.
The stress of our increasingly divisive politics is affecting worker health, productivity and relationships with colleagues. Managers need to get their heads out of the sand and address the problem head-on.
The number of people projected to have Alzheimer's disease or dementia in the United States is expected to double by 2060, says a study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. USAToday reports.
Former NYSE President Tom Farley described Tilray's wild moves as akin to a "video game," but said Tilray and its fellow marijuana stocks wouldn't be so volatile if there were just more of them listed.
CVS CEO Larry Merlo is, in a way, disrupting and rewriting the business model for his drugstore chain before someone else does.
Some manufacturers have said the agency's requirement that any new e-cigarettes must undergo review before entering the market prevents them from introducing new products that could curb youth use.
Previous studies have looked at the risks of occasional marijuana use, but regular use is increasingly common as it's legalized, Gottlieb said. "I think that's going to create a different set of risks," especially among teens, he said.