The U.S. adult smoking rate fell to its lowest recorded point in 2013, although cigarette smoking remains high in certain groups, the federal government said Wednesday.
Time is a killer on the battlefield when troops are wounded, but the Pentagon is betting that “hibernation” drugs being pioneered by an Australian researcher will mitigate that problem.
Health and Human Services has kicked off a campaign to hit the shopping malls with promotions to pitch to the American people.
Some 70 percent of people — nearly 840,000 — believed to be living with HIV in 2011 have not successfully treated their dangerous infections, the federal government said Tuesday.
Jonathan Gruber, an MIT economics professor and key Obamacare adviser, has agreed to testify before the House oversight committee next month after critics unearthed a string of YouTube videos that depict him saying the “stupidity” of the American voter and legislative sleight of hand helped the contentious law make it through Congress.