The new Fitbit Inspire is only for employees and health insurance members who are Fitbit customers.
A New York City woman is suing a hospital after she claims she authorized doctors to stop life support for a man she mistakenly thought was her brother based on their identification.
Indian Health Service medical providers aren’t getting paid and have to keep working. They don’t know for how long.
Fifteen members of the current hospital staff have already confirmed they’re expecting babies in 2019, too.
A study that says college students suffered symptoms of PTSD when Trump was elected is absurd and insulting to people truly traumatized.
One sector has been tearing up the S&P 500 this quarter, rocketing to new highs, and it's not tech. Health care has been the surprise winner as the third quarter enters the home stretch.
Like getting it on? NICE! But, um, still protect yourself. Times are tough, and the CDC is warning people about the increasing rates of STDs. Oh, also gonorrhea is starting to become more resistant to antibiotics. Have fun, but take care! Read more… More about Health, Mashable Video, Cdc, Sti,
Participants of the Memory and Aging Project at Washington University’s Knight Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center found out they had an increased chance of developing Alzheimer’s after an analysis of the condition of their eyes. Now researchers think a simple eye exam could help detect the deadly disease, and save lives
When you head outside this summer, don’t forget to slip on a shirt, slop on sunscreen, and slap on a hat to avoid getting a sunburn. Read more about this at foxnews.com.
A federal judge says Kentucky can’t require poor people to get a job to keep their Medicaid benefits, chastising President Donald Trump’s administration for rubber-stamping the new rules without considering how many people would lose their health coverage. Read more about this at foxnews.com.
A hearing on prescription drugs turned into an interrogation of the Health and Human Services secretary. Read more about this at huffingtonpost.com.