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Officials have confirmed 33 deaths and nearly 1,500 cases of serious lung disease tied to vaping. Here are all the health risks you should know about....
Investigators don't know the cause and haven't identified a single common brand or drug across all of the cases. Here's what you need to know.
Talcum powder has unfairly become the ‘poster child’ for class-action lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson, its CFO says
The healthcare giant is battling numerous legal claims that the talc in its baby powder causes cancer.
Open enrollment is a period of time each year when you can shop for and enroll in a health insurance plan.
A new poll found the aggressive Medicare for All plan Bernie Sanders has championed is getting less popular as time goes on
The decline in support suggests that repeated attacks over the sweeping proposal's costs and its end of private insurance may be taking a toll.
Facebook will now notify you when there's a shortage of blood across the US so that you can decide to donate.
I spent a day with a health van providing care to low-income New Yorkers, and it reveals a hidden safety net for thousands in the world’s wealth...
About 700,000 people in New York City lack health insurance. A health organization is providing them with medical care anyway.
Could treatments for Alzheimer’s disease and concussions be hanging out unused in your medicine cabinet? This think tank thinks so — and w...
The potential savings are "enormous," says Helena's Lyn Stoler. "And that's not even looking at the human health impact."
Jeffrey Epstein had a ‘Frankenstein’-like plan to analyze human DNA in the US Virgin Islands, and it reportedly pulled in $200 million
Epstein pursued an outlandish scheme to launch a 'DNA mining' startup. Scientists said his plan made no sense.
A 50-year-old technology that uses bursts of electricity to treat pain might finally catch on as doctors hunt for alternatives to opioids
Neuromodulation isn't used very often, because it can be costly and require surgery. Plus, it can only treat some types of pain.
The healthcare and hospital industry had the most open positions in metropolitan cities, followed by retail and information technology.