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In March 2009, when the stock market hit bottom, health insurance stocks hardly seemed like a sure bet. But the group has outpaced the strong returns of this bull market.
As more women put off starting families, helping women assess how much time they have left to conceive is a growing business. Several startups are selling kits that allow women to test their fertility at home with a simple finger prick.
The creator of the Willow got fixated on designing a better quality adult diaper.
Security researchers say they've found flaws in the Medtronic pacemaker that leaves the life-saving device vulnerable to hackers and puts patients at risk.
In an interview with The New York Times published Thursday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said he sometimes takes Ambien because it's "often a choice of no sleep or Ambien."
Turkey's financial crisis is rippling through the economy, shutting down power plants and threatening the supply of life-saving drugs, The New York Times reports.
The lifesaving allergy medicine has had manufacturing disruptions since May, but allergy sufferers and caregivers may find it especially hard to find now, as parents try to stock up to send their kids back to school.
Some doctors worry that those in the tech world think artificial intelligence can not only help clinicians, but even do a better job.
The decision was made in efforts to address the rising costs of medical education, which have saddled graduates with thousands in debt and funneled them toward more lucrative specialties.
Health staff identified 647 people who said they experienced gastrointestinal symptoms after eating at the Chipotle on Sawmill Parkway between July 26 and July 30.
Teva's products are the first cleared by the FDA that are direct generic copies of the EpiPen and could be substituted for the brand-name product by a pharmacist.
A medication used to treat hypothyroidism has been voluntarily recalled due to quality concerns, although there have been no "adverse events" associated with the recalled products, USA Today reports.
The National Institutes of Health found that women who developed gestational diabetes had higher HbA1c levels early in their pregnancy.
Carolyn McClanahan, director of financial planning at Life Planning Partners, explains how to become an empowered patient and equip yourself to push back against large medical bills.
Amid concerns that consumers face too many warnings, a California agency is moving to nullify a judge’s ruling that coffee be accompanied with a cancer notice, The New York Times reports.
From the Mayo Clinic to Harvard, sources don't always get the facts right about preeclampsia which is one of the most common cases of maternal death and severe complication in the US, ProPublica reports.