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Veterans, many of whom struggle with chronic pain, are fighting for federal marijuana laws to change in order to fight the opioid crisis.
Scientists have developed an antibody that neutralizes a hormone that regulates appetite, offering new hope for obesity.
Alopecia is a hair-loss problem that affects about 65 percent of cancer patients worldwide.
What's different this time? The firms are coming together to form a not-for-profit company to try to leverage the companies' market power.
Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JP Morgan Chase say they want to use technology to reduce health-care costs, but can they?
An Indian man died when he was sucked into an MRI machine after entering the room with an oxygen cylinder, USA Today reports.
Many high schools are stocking up on the lifesaving drug Narcan to deal with what is now the deadliest drug overdose crisis in US history.
Three big health insurers and the nation's largest for-profit hospital operator plan to give fourth quarter results.
Health-care firms are making a hard push to engage patients on their mobile phones.
One possible reason why, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: a phenomenon called imprinting.
Flu activity has been elevated for nine consecutive weeks this season, said the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Biotech firms are exploring new techniques to develop a universal flu vaccine. The lack of federal funding is making this difficult.
When Trump tweets about North Korea, sales of anti-radiation pills fly off the shelves at online survival websites
Flu is especially bad this season, and going into work while we're sick risks spreading flu further.
A consortium representing more than 450 hospitals plan to create their own generic drug company.
Dr. Marc Harrison, Intermountain Healthcare president & CEO, discusses his hospital's plan to manufacture its own drugs as a means to combat rising drug costs.
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