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Novo Nordisk presented the first successful data from a large final-stage study of a pill it hopes will transform the diabetes market.
More than 250,000 people in the US die yearly because of medical mistakes, making it the third-leading cause of death.
Robert Weaver's claims of management experience at a Missouri hospital were questioned after some executives said they did not remember him.
Immelt has joined the board of directors of Radiology Partners, about two weeks after becoming Athenahealth chairman.
Generally you get six months to enroll in a Medigap policy with no health questions asked. After that, look out.
After more than a decade in the market with a free product, Practice Fusion has plans to start charging doctors.
The "Right to Try" bill would loosen experimental drug rules. President Trump and the Koch brothers support it. Many critics are concerned.
The products could spark a price war and put pressure on other store-brand profit margins.
There's an urgent need to step up breakthroughs for diseases like Alzheimer's and cancer. Yet political forces are working against a cure.
Say hello to the cousin of the health savings account: the Medicare medical savings account. Here's how you can save for medical expenses.
The Trump administration is clearing the way for a lower-cost alternative to comprehensive medical insurance plans sold under former President Barack Obama's health care law.
Medtronic reported earnings in-line with analysts' estimates, as sales across all its units, except the minimally invasive therapies business, grew.
Grocery chain Albertsons is planning to acquire the remainder of Rite Aid that isn't being sold to Walgreens.
Kentucky's attorney general filed a lawsuit against drug distributor Cardinal Health, accusing it of contributing to the opioid epidemic.
This start-up's pilot customer requested that the founder live in a nursing home for 3 months. So he moved right in.
Canadians will have to wait until at least early August or later to legally purchase recreational marijuana.
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