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By: Angelica LaVito
Investors sold off shares of Johnson & Johnson on Friday after a Reuters report said the company knew for decades that its baby powder contained asbestos, an allegation J&J has denied. » Read More
Amazon looked at buying Confer, a start-up developing at-home health tests prior to its acquisition of PillPack.
Reuters reporter Lisa Girion stands by her report that Johnson & Johnson knew for decades that asbestos was in its baby powder.
The plunge in Johnson & Johnson's stock price following a report suggesting the company knew about asbestos in its baby powder is overdone and "excessive," Wells Fargo said Friday.
Goldman analyst Robert Jones said he doesn't think Walgreens' numerous partnerships with other companies will help offset declines in its core retail pharmacy business. He downgraded Walgreens to "sell" from "hold" Friday.
Reuters says a review of documents and testimony showed that Johnson & Johnson executives, mine managers, doctors and lawyers were aware the company's raw talc and finished powders sometimes tested positive for small amounts of asbestos.
Most people who do not sign up for Obamacare insurance by Saturday's open enrollment deadline will not be able to obtain coverage until next fall, unless they have a qualifying life event such as getting married or having a child.
Engineers at the University of Washington have created a sensor small enough to ride aboard a bumblebee. It can monitor temperature, humidity and crop health for seven hours at a stretch.
Ghanaian lawmakers have approved the deployment of drones to deliver medical supplies around the country, partnering with U.S. firm Zipline in a $12 million deal.
The hires could help Apple win over doctors and suggest it will build applications that can help people with serious medical problems.
Bush stepped down from the Athenahealth in June after allegations emerged that he attacked his then-wife 13 years ago. Atheneahealth had been locked in a fight with activist investor Elliott Management for more than a year.
Sign-ups for Affordable Care Act coverage are low this year and Democrats are blaming changes that took effect this year. The Trump administration scaled back the program's ad budget by 90 percent to $10 million last year.
Four years after adding "Health" to its name, CVS is more than just a drugstore chain. Now, its vision is becoming clearer as CVS Health enters perhaps the most pivotal moment in its 55-year history.
Omron Healthcare, maker of blood pressure monitors, now integrates with Amazon Alexa to help people manage their hypertension and other chronic ailments.
Medical record errors are extremely common and can be life-threatening. For 20-year-old patient Morgan Gleason, it took many hours to fix a glaring mistake.
The U.S. skincare market is worth an estimated $7 billion. Yet despite the wealth of products available promising flawless, ageless skin, consumers are frustrated by the low success rate. Start-up Proven Skincare believes it has the answer.
Apple's health team makes another high-profile hire: Jason Oberfest, the longtime CEO of Mango Health.