Most of the largest pharmaceutical companies report losing money in the United States, despite the majority of their sales ...
Leqembi, which requires regular infusions and imaging scans, hit the U.S. market over a year ago, but sales have lagged and ...
The campaign to amend Florida's constitution to protect abortion rights kicked off in Orlando, attracting voters on both ...
Commissioners meet Tuesday to make a final decision following an audit of the Broward Heart Project pilot program, which ...
The contracts will involve tens of billions of dollars in the coming years, with about 3.45 million people receiving health ...
The European Medicines Agency regulatory committee joins the FDA in saying there's no known tie between the semaglutide ...
Tax season is never fun. But some tax filers this year face an added complication: Their returns are being rejected because ...
NPR's Scott Detrow spoke with the former director of the National Institutes of Health, Dr. Francis Collins, about his recent prostate cancer diagnosis.
Half of the Great Salt Lake in Utah has now dried up but scientists say there's still some time left to reverse its decline.
Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly also vetoed a measure to require more reporting from abortion providers and what she called a ...
So far this year, the U.S. has seen more than 120 cases of the highly contagious disease — more than double the cases for all ...
NPR's Ayesha Rascoe speaks to Dr. Jeanine Ronan about the growing doctors shortage in the US and why fewer physicians are going into pediatrics.