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Collaborative relationships with hospitals across the globe are improving patient outcomes and operational efficiencies.
This pacemaker for the brain can be used to treat symptoms of neurological disorders, like Parkinson’s disease.
Whether impacted directly or not, for many the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas on Sunday will have a tremendous psychological impact.
Kymriah uses a patient's own cells as medicine. But this historic treatment comes with a historic price.
New visual tools, like eSight3 glasses, help the visually impaired see using HD cameras and video displays placed on the wearer's eyes.
Researchers are testing MDMA, known as ecstasy, to treat depression in people who do not respond to current antidepression drugs.
Americans are unwittingly contributing to the opioid epidemic by leaving a massive supply of unused painkillers in circulation.
Engineers and scientists at the University of Texas unveil a diagnosis breakthrough.
Through studies on large populations, scientists now know risk factors that can increase the incidence of autism. Among them: air pollution.
A new CDC report finds that progress in preventing strokes has stalled across the US for reasons that are still not well understood.
Sarepta Therapeutics reports positive results from a clinical trial of an experimental medicine for Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
Statins are cheaper than ever, but new drugs, called PCSK9 inhibitors, are putting heart disease at center of battle over drug prices.
Millions of Americans are at risk for type 2 diabetes and don't know it, leading to a big push by doctors and the CDC to tackle prediabetes.
Excessive internet use, specifically online gaming, may finally be getting the attention it deserves from the U.S. mental health community.
Scientists are now closer than ever to developing a safe, effective male contraceptive. But is there a market for it?
This emerging biotech movement promises to radically overhaul the arduous process of bringing new drugs, foods and cosmetics to market.
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Lim Cheong Guan, executive director, Top Glove Corporation, says plans to expand automation in the factory and to expand into new markets are afoot after solid earnings.
The IRS is throwing a big wrench into President Trump's plans to gut Obamacare, says Jake Novak.
The IRS said it will not accept electronic tax returns, and will suspend paper returns, that do not disclose whether the filer had health insurance coverage during the year.
A total of 12.3 percent of adults now lack insurance, 1.4 percentage points higher than the end of 2016.
Investors appear to be shrugging off risks like the upcoming "fork", or split in bitcoin.
JPMorgan reaffirms its underweight rating for Tesla shares, predicting the company will continue to have issues producing the Model 3.
Angela Ahrendts, Apple's SVP of retail, explains why the company wants you to think of its stores as "town squares."