Last year, CDC warned new moms against consuming placenta pills—but a new study suggests that the practice poses no additional health risks for moms and newborns, Molly Harbarger reports for The Oregonian.
Fortune on Monday released its 64th annual ranked list of the 500 companies that generated the most revenue in the previous fiscal year, and seven health care systems—as well as dozens of other companies in the health care industry—earned a spot.
President Trump's recent call to require pharmaceutical companies to include drug prices in their advertisements has received support from federal lawmakers, but experts are unsure whether such a measure will have the intended effect of reducing prescription drug prices.
A recent study finds the rate of suicide-related hospital and ED visits for pediatric patients more than doubled from 2008 and 2015—and experts say popular shows like Netflix's "13 Reasons Why" could play a part in that upward trend.
A new report from CDC's National Center for Health Statistics shows 29.3 million U.S. residents did not have health insurance in 2017, up slightly from 28.6 million U.S. residents who were uninsured in 2016.
The bill, called the "VA MISSION Act of 2018," would allocate $5.2 billion to fund the existing Veterans Choice Program until it can be replaced with a revamped program, called the Veterans Community Care Program.