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The Rev. Jesse Jackson disclosed publicly Friday that he has been seeking outpatient care for two years for Parkinson's disease.
Steve Pete and Reid Millius, with mirror-image genetic mutations, are helping companies develop better pain medicines.
Obamacare is seen favorably by 50 percent of Americans, and unfavorably by 46 percent, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation poll.
Automakers, including Toyota, Honda and Mercedes, are testing technology to monitor drivers for illnesses like heart disease and diabetes.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveiled the Tesla Semi truck on Thursday.
The condition of North Korea's latest escapee revealed worrying insights about health and hygiene in the rogue state.
Jim Cramer said the old-school tech company could be ready to make a comeback, despite the moves of Warren Buffett.
Jim Cramer sat down with Dexcom President and CEO Kevin Sayer, who said Abbott's glucose monitoring products have "nothing" on Dexcom's.
Jim Cramer zoomed in on the track record of Abbott CEO Miles White, who has transformed the company since he took over in 1999.
Goldman Sachs reiterates its buy rating for Intuitive Surgical shares, predicting the company will report earnings above expectations next year.
Senate Republicans want to kill Obamacare's individual mandate to free up almost $340 billion in federal spending.
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Express Scripts, the largest pharmacy benefits manager, is teaming up with a start-up that specializes in COPD and asthma.
Thirty-six percent of elderly Americans reported having three or more chronic health conditions, much higher than other wealthy countries.
Thus far, the service has only launched at a single gym in Australia.
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