Expecting moms will soon be able to listen to their baby’s heart rate with using their Apple Watch.
On Wednesday, Apple executives spoke about how their new Apple Watch is going to change health care.
The Healthcare Sector is pumping up tremendous gains and is on a historic run.
After weeks of intense discussions on possible mergers among the five biggest U.S. health insurers, Aetna announced it would buy Humana in a deal valued at $37 billion -- the largest insurance industry deal to date.
NIH’S top doctor talks candidly about his fight for an AIDS-Free Generation and the ‘breathtaking’ advances we’ve made in treatments.
Nothing is certain in life but death, taxes – and as it looks now, hefty insurance premium hikes come 2016. Is there anything consumers can do?
Heron Therapeutics stock soars 60% as the company nears cure for chemo related nausea.
Medicare is wasting taxpayer dollars due to a faulty law according to a new report. FOXBusiness.com dives into the details.
A massive earthquake in Nepal has exposed the woeful state of its medical facilities as hospitals struggle to treat vast numbers of injured with limited supplies and staff.
Both health-care consumers and providers felt the squeeze of rising health-care costs in 2014 – with out-of-pocket costs for patients rising 11% -- according to a TransUnion Healthcare report released Wednesday.
Mississippi bureaucrat backs off, lets town's only Doctor to continue making house calls.
Medical identity theft increased nearly 22% between 2013 and 2014, and many of the thieves were friends or family of the victims.
The CFPB found that 15 million consumers have only medical collections on their reports. Half of these consumers with only medical collections otherwise have clean credit, meaning they have no serious delinquencies and show no other signs of financial distress.
A Medicare loophole squeezes patients who are hospitalized but not really admitted.
Your complete medical history is now online for doctors to access. Hackers, too?
Specialty drugs can literally change lives, but their price tags can make them out of reach for many patients.
Don't take no for an answer from your health plan. Fight for payment in these steps.
With many employers trimming their health-insurance benefits in the face of higher prices, consumers are going to be left filling the gap. But there are easy ways to help mitigate these costs.
Fewer health-care financing options populate the market since the recession. Compare the terms and conditions of the top medical credit cards and loans before you apply.
Ignore unpaid medical bills at your own peril: You may have healed, but your credit score may stay sick for a long time.