California Gov. Gavin Newsom is looking to expand government health care
As COVID-19 cases reach record highs, hospitals around the U.S. are struggling to meet the capacity of patients. An ongoing staff shortage is leaving systems stretched thin and forcing elective surgeries to be postponed.
Johnson & Johnson and Costco Wholesale Corp. have reached a tentative agreement over lawsuits in connection with recalled Neutrogena and Aveeno sunscreens after a cancer-causing chemical was detected in the products.
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla on Sunday pushed back against calls to waive the company’s intellectual property rights to its COVID-19 vaccine for what critics claim will speed up vaccine distribution in poorer countries.
Denver-based Frontier Airlines on Friday announced a policy directing all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Oct. 1 this year.
Lawmakers looking to lock down a bipartisan infrastructure agreement are considering eliminating a Trump-era rule on Medicare rebates in order to raise revenue, which likely won’t end up hurting the program’s beneficiaries, experts say.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar urged a change to liability standards on vaccine disinformation as she criticized social media companies for not doing enough to control what people post on their platforms.
Medicare, the health insurance program for older Americans, would cover dental, vision and hearing under a massive $3.5 trillion budget blueprint reached by Democrats this week that would vastly expand the government-funded social safety net.
The Biden administration on Thursday advanced health care legislation signed by President Donald Trump designed to combat surprise medical bills.
Fox News medical contributor Dr. Janette Nesheiwat broke down to "Kudlow" that a wider range of coronavirus vaccine options would be beneficial for pandemic recovery as well as personal health.
Ohio Democrat Rep. Tim Ryan weighs in on Congress’ ability to pass health care legislation.
Freedom Caucus member weighs in
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