The 18 'Best Companies to Work For' in health care, according to Fortune

Fortune on Tuesday released its 2020 list of the "Best Companies to Work For," and 18 health care companies made the list.

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Eisai will pull weight-loss drug from US market over cancer risk

The Japanese drugmaker Eisai on Thursday announced plans to voluntarily withdraw its weight-loss drug Belviq from the U.S. market after FDA raised concerns about the drug's link to increased cancer risk.

2019-2020 flu season has seen most pediatric deaths in a decade

Between 26 million and 36 million people have been stricken with the flu as of Feb. 8, according to the latest CDC data, and experts say this flu season has been especially bad for children.

Around the nation: After 21 years, this man is saying goodbye to his nurses

T.J. Redding has been going to Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital once a week for 21 years to receive life-saving infusions to combat his immunodeficiency, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Florida, Indiana, Maryland, and Pennsylvania.

Donated organs fly on commercial airlines. Sometimes, they get lost.

In 2018, a heart meant for transplant went missing on a commercial flight—and situations like that aren't as rare as you might think, according to a new Kaiser Health News analysis.

Why Congress still might not be closer to passing 'surprise' billing legislation

Two House committees last week advanced separate measures intended to address so-called "surprise" medical bills, but it's unclear whether either proposal will advance out of the House—let alone become law.