The only FDA-approved drug for morning sickness, taken by some 33 million women worldwide since the 1950s, has had a history of ups and downs. A new study adds further uncertainty about the drug.
Mayo Clinic's Center for Individualized Medicine and genomic sequencing specialist Tempus announced a collaboration to provide personalized treatment for cancer patients based on analytics and machine learning technologies.
In Towns That Lost Most Obamacare Insurers, Rate Increases Still Competitive | Kaiser Health News
COLUMBIA, S.C. — People in this city had their pick of four health insurers last year when they shopped for policies during the Affordable Care Act's open enrollment.
As the Opioid Epidemic Evolves, Impacts Bleed Into Cocaine Overdose | U.S. News & World Report
America's opioid epidemic is fueling a startling increase in cocaine-related overdose deaths in recent years, as users mix deadly cocktails involving the stimulant that had otherwise shown encouraging signs of stalling impact, according to a U.S. News analysis of mortality data.