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Anthem's first-quarter profit beat Wall Street estimates on Wednesday as it reined in expenses, and the U.S. health insurer raised its earnings forecast for the year.
Rite Aid will raise the minimum age to buy tobacco products to 21 within the next 90 days, the company announced Tuesday.
The indictment marked the first-ever federal criminal charges against company executives for conspiring to illegally distribute opioids.
FDA chief Gottlieb leaves his post as the agency wages a pitched battle against teen smoking and tackles complex CBD regulations.
Philip Morris International, the tobacco company that sells Marlboro cigarettes around the world, is getting into the life insurance business.
The FDA put Walgreens "on notice" in February, accusing the pharmacy chain of violating rules that prohibit selling cigarettes and other tobacco products to underage buyers.
In rare public comments on behalf of the family that controls Purdue Pharma, lawyer Mary Jo White said why the family believed the litigation against them and their company is legally dubious, factually misleading and politically motivated.
The CDC confirmed 71 new cases of measles last week, bringing the total for the year to 626 cases. In 2010, the worst year on record since measles was said to be eradicated in the U.S., the CDC confirmed 667 cases.
A group Jewish nurses is disputing a handbook that health officials say is fueling a measles outbreak in the ultra-Orthodox community.
Traditionally, it's been a huge challenge for health-tech and ed-tech companies to recruit tech talent from Facebook, Google and the other big tech companies.
Marijuana is now legal in 10 states and Washington, D.C. A handful of states are actively considering allowing adult recreational use.
I can't visualize images, and I recently learned that there's a term for people who experience the world that way: Aphantasia.
For many people who struggle with anxiety and depression, it's a huge challenge to find a therapist they can afford. Now, a growing group of apps, including Talkspace and The Difference, are using technology to improve access.
The chief operating officer and general counsel of MedMen have both resigned amid an employee shakeup at the American marijuana retailer.
A Brooklyn judge on Thursday ruled against a group of parents who challenged New York City's recently imposed mandatory measles vaccination order.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will introduce legislation to raise the federal minimum age to buy tobacco to 21 from 18.