After a 500 percent price hike, Mylan Pharmaceuticals is reducing the cost of the anti-allergy devices for some people. Not everybody is convinced.
Mark Bertolini told the Department of Justice that if the merger was rejected, his company might pull out of state healthcare exchanges.
By Sally Hayden
Junior doctors are engaged in a bitter dispute with the government over new proposed hours and a reduction in weekend pay. More than 13,000 appointments and operations have been cancelled.
Some 13 million citizens who are homeless, orphans, or who were born in violation of the country's strict one-child policy will now be granted papers allowing them to marry, travel, obtain healthcare, and enroll in school.
By Jake Kivanc
Canada has North America’s first and only safe injection site, in Vancouver, British Columbia, called Insite. It opened in 2003 and since then, mortality rates from overdoses and the spread of infectious diseases have dropped dramatically.
Wealthier patients who can afford to be on multiple organ wait lists are more likely to get transplanted and less likely to die waiting, new research shows. They are also generally less sick.
By Liz Fields
The country is facing a critical shortage of medical supplies as its economy reels, depriving vulnerable citizens of treatment and forcing them in some cases to resort to veterinary medicine.
By VICE News
VICE News reporter Sydney Lupkin joined 'On The Line' to discuss Truvada for HIV prevention, the right to die, and LGBT med school curriculums.
By VICE News
The ruling marks a second major victory for President Barack Obama in preserving what has become one of the most significant achievements of his presidency.
Ketamine is mostly used in veterinary medicine in the industrialized world, but the drug is commonly dispensed in poor and rural nations to alleviate pain and prepare patients for surgery.
By Payton Guion
Nikki Listau, Deundrez Woods, and Tanisha Jefferson all died last year in Madison County Jail, Alabama, Three lawsuits filed this month claim their deaths could be avoided with better medical care.
By Peter Hotez
Today, Ron Klain officially starts his job as the country's first Ebola Czar. He may not be a scientist himself, but science should guide his policies.
Watch our documentary on the healthcare challenges facing America's returning veterans and join in the Q&A afterwards.
Veterans across America are feeling left behind by the VA.