Your doctor could be drunk, addicted to drugs or outright incompetent, but other physicians may not blow the whistle.
Just weeks before the Food and Drug Administration was to hold a hearing on the diabetes drug Avandia, a study of its health risks in older adults said the drug increases the risk of heart attacks and strokes.
After a week of partisan wrangling, the Senate on Friday passed legislation to spare doctors a 21 percent cut in Medicare payments looming for months. But the last-ditch effort came too late.
Somewhere in the hectic rush among homework, soccer practice and piano lessons, parents may want to sit down with their daughters and eat more meals together.
The District's push to impose new regulations on drug companies is steamrolling toward a court battle, industry representatives warn.
Democrats are targeting five Republican House members this week with radio advertisements and telephone calls to criticize their votes against expanding a health care program for children.
CHICAGO (AP) — Here's some good and bad news for chocoholics: Dark chocolate seems to lower blood pressure, but it requires an amount less than two Hershey's Kisses to do it, a small study suggests.
Mesmerizing, pervasive and obnoxious, perhaps. But video games are not addictive, the American Medical Association said yesterday. Still, parents beware.
CHICAGO (AP) — The telltale signs are ominous: teens holing up in their rooms, ignoring friends, family, even food and a shower, while grades plummet and belligerence soars.