By: Christina Farr
"This gap is what makes digital health a funnel or a stopgap rather than a revolution," experts say. » Read More
By: Caroline Chen and Jess Ramirez
Emotional distress is high among the children being separated from their families at the border, so many kids are being pressured into taking psychotropic drugs without approval from a parent or guardian to calm them down, ProPublica reports. » Read More
The Albertsons-Rite Aid deal would create a retail giant valued at roughly $24 billion. But with Rite Aid, investors are expected to hold a roughly 29 percent stake in the new company, and some have pushed back against the deal. They point to Albertsons' debt load and performance struggles.
A 71-year-old man died from Vibrio vulnificus, a bacterium that can be contracted by eating raw shellfish, after eating a tainted oyster in Florida, USA Today reports.
The FDA approved an epilepsy drug that is derived from cannabis. Still, it's not a slam-dunk endorsement for the weed industry, this pharmacy professor writes in The Conversation.
The Food and Drug Administration is forming a working group to consider allowing short-term importation of foreign versions of medicines facing “access dislocations.”
The electric rideable phenomenon is very new but growing rapidly, so the need for research on electric rideables is as urgent as the need for action, a Professorial Fellow presents his evidence in The Conversation.
Chanos spoke at the Delivering Alpha conference in New York.
If you're looking to stash more of your cash for retirement and live long enough to enjoy your savings, listen to your doctor's instructions.
Without any public scrutiny, insurers and data brokers are predicting your health costs based on data about things like race, marital status, how much TV you watch, whether you pay your bills on time or even buy plus-size clothing, according to ProPublica.
David Antoon's plea deal comes as others in medical community combat negative social media posts, casting a pall over one of the few ways prospective patients can get unvarnished opinions of doctors, USA Today reports.
The developments come as Democrats look to at least hold the line in the Senate, where the GOP holds a slim 51-49 majority.
Apple Health records lets you import your health history right to your iPhone in just a couple of minutes. Here's how to get set up and what it shows you.
Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky called for changes in the way prescription drugs are paid for but stopped short of saying pharmaceutical companies need to lower the prices they charge.
A boom in genetic testing is making it harder for consumers to discern which have key medical uses and which do not. Insurance coverage for these tests remains limited.
Johnson & Johnson reports results from its second quarter.
Starting Tuesday, Juul will be available in England and Scotland. Juul Labs is also hiring in Asia, according to job listings on LinkedIn.
Some drug companies continue to raise prices, despite mounting public scrutiny and pressure from the president, a move one analyst says "makes no sense."