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A Silicon Valley company just launched ‘smart’ cancer pills that track you with tiny sensors stamped into your medications
A digital medicine company called Proteus makes 'smart pills' embedded with sensors that tell your doctor when you've taken your medication. The pills also track activity levels.
In Denver, a campaign trying to decriminalize hallucinogenic mushrooms has gathered enough signatures to place a measure on the ballot.
Sage's new antidepressant may be called a "blockbuster" for good reason: it appears to be the first to differ significantly from 35 years worth of treatments.
Starbucks is ultimately making the right decision to protect workers and help customers.
Trump may have shamed Pfizer for increasing drug prices, but that isn’t stopping drugmakers from doing more of the same
Pharmaceutical companies are increasing drug price again this month, and they could be even larger than usual.
Police in New Orleans falsely said local crystal meth was infected with Zika virus to trick people into turning themselves in
Officers in Harahan, a suburb of New Orleans, offered on Facebook to "check" doses of the drug. Zika cannot be transmitted by meth.
‘It is just hell’: 7 regular people who spent 2 months undercover at an Arizona jail were horrified by the disturbing reality of life behi...
"Being in jail is a nightmare. It is just hell," one of the undercover inmates on season five of "60 Days In" told Business Insider.
The newly-signed US Farm Bill legalizes hemp, a plant almost identical to marijuana and a prime source of the highly touted wellness ingredient CBD.
Two huge drugmakers are spinning off iconic brands like Advil, ChapStick and Emergen-C with nearly $13 billion in sales — and it’s part of...
The products involved in the deal are familiar pharmacy names, but they also have lower margins than other medicines.
A fresh crop of promising drugs is poised to change the way depression is treated for the first time in decades. Here are the ones to watch in 2019.
Researchers are on the hunt for better drugs to treat depression, a leading cause of disability worldwide. Promising options include ketamine and psilocybin.