Dieters and gym rats, beware.cSome dietary supplements promising weight loss or more muscle may contain active ingredients not listed on the label that fly under the radar of the Food and Drug Administration. The California Department of Public Health analyzed public data maintained by the FDA to suss out trends among tainted products, raising red flags.
As the number of Americans with dementia rises, health professionals grapple with how to talk to patients about gun safety at home.
These young adults are looking for medical care that is convenient, fast and offers cost transparency. They frequently seek treatment at retail clinics, urgent care centers or other options.
One out of five people diagnosed with multiple myeloma in the U.S. is black, and African Americans are more than twice as likely as white Americans to be diagnosed with the blood cancer. Yet of the 722 participants in a drug trial, only 13 — or 1.8 percent — were black.
Marijuana dispensaries are reaching out to seniors seeking help with the aches and pains of aging. They're discovering an array of products, and some interesting side effects.
Up to two-thirds of residents in nursing homes may have impacted earwax, which can worsen hearing loss, falls and cognitive decline.
Giulia Q2 TI has the brio befitting Alfa Romeo’s storied brand.
California's third-largest insurer faces anger from customers in the individual market who unexpectedly lost their insurance despite paying premiums faithfully. In its recently filed lawsuit, the company blamed a contractor for “egregious” billing problems.
Critics worry about the message federal officials are sending by approving a new birth control option, which uses a mobile phone app for women to track their body temperature and menstrual cycle to avoid pregnancy. But some reproductive health experts say more choices are good.
The doctor most responsible for turning the sunshine supplement into a billion-dollar juggernaut has received hundreds of thousands of dollars from the vitamin D industry, according to government records and interviews.
States are passing laws that limit a doctor's ability to prescribe opioids. Doctors and patients alike are wrestling with what that means in cases of chronic pain.
An ER patient can be charged thousands of dollars in “trauma fees” — even if they weren’t treated for trauma.
More health plans are refusing to count the copayment assistance offered by drug makers as part of the patients’ deductibles or out-of-pocket limits.
Buying fresh fruit and vegetables at farmers markets offers opportunities to save money in ways you might not find at a grocery store.
The health chain Geisinger plans to offer DNA sequencing as part of regular patient care.
As free-standing emergency departments multiply, the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission recommends a 30 percent reduction in some federal reimbursements for those within 6 miles of a hospital.
Our experts track the signs of normal aging from ages 50 to 100 — and there are some surprises.
Why is the price of a CT scan 33 times higher in an hospital emergency room than in an outpatient imaging center just down the street?
Sixty-eight percent of those 65 and older take vitamin supplements. Much of what we once believed about the benefits is wrong.
Companies across Wisconsin are turning to wellness programs as a way to save money and improve the health and productivity of their employees.
Sonya Renee Taylor’s “Evolve” | Planned Parenthood Video
Transcript: Evolve Your great grandmother sips gin slow in a speakeasy in Chicago or Detroit. Stokes the flame of a pot bellied stove in Alabama or Arkansas. She is cigarette fixed at precipice of red lips. Tells a suitor maybe your great grandfather, maybe not,what she expects from his cour…
Standards for how to investigate and report on overdoses vary widely across states and counties. As a result, opioid overdose deaths often go overlooked in the data reported to the federal government.
In some cases, information now available to people without talking to a doctor can be a source of confusion and alarm and the cause of more work for doctors because it comes without adequate guidance.