Americans with chronic illnesses — who are expected to be among the biggest beneficiaries of the health law—face widely varying out-of-pocket drug costs that could be obscured on the new insurance exchanges.
A new outpatient procedure offers relief in cases where drugs have failed those who suffer from...
Vitamin C shower heads claim to counteract chlorine in water to reduce hair and skin damage....
Hong Kong is on public-health alert after the city confirmed its first human case of the deadly H7N9 bird flu.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta talks about the risk of exposure to illness when flying in the small confines of an airplane.
Companies are bracing for an influx of participants in their insurance plans due to the health-care overhaul.
This first episode of The Daily Dose from Pharmaceutical Processing discusses the technology driving single use systems and why this methodology has had such an impact. Two specific benefits discussed here include limiting cross-contamination risk and reducing changeover times.
A South Carolina mom is out to change the perception of placentas by turning afterbirth into art and medicine.
A top government technology official told Congress that about 30% of the federal health-insurance marketplace "is still being developed," suggesting more tough hurdles await the administration.
Juan Ramón Alaix, CEO of Zoetis, on why he's bullish on animal health and how he built a mostly female executive team.
A new study finds that birth control pills may be associated with glaucoma risk.
When the Hempel twins were diagnosed with a fatal genetic disease, their parents embarked on a quest to save them, demanding that researchers partner with them to find a cure: "We don't need the science community to tell us what we should be doing."
3-D printers could soon create new human tissue and may make animal testing obsolete within five years, according to an expert.
New guidelines from the US's leading heart organizations could lead to new prescriptions for cholesterol-lowering drugs.
23andMe is a simple genetic test that could show whether you're likely to get a serious disease. Users can find out about more than 250 health conditions and traits, including everything from lactose intolerance to Alzheimer's disease.
A new British study finds children born through in vitro fertilization are not at an increased risk of cancer in childhood. Researchers at University College London studied more than 100,000 children born through non-donor IVF between 1992 and 2008. They found 108 cancer cases compared to 109 in children born naturally.
Insurers say the early buyers of health coverage on the nation's troubled new websites are older than expected so far, raising early concerns about the economics of the insurance marketplaces.