A report by the Reuters news service claims Johnson & Johnson knew for decades about the existence of trace amounts of asbestos in its baby powder. The news has sent company shares into a tailspin, suffering their worst sell-off in 16 years.
Retailers across the U.S. And Canada are pulling some Kotex tampons off store shelves after personal care corporation, Kimberly-Clark recalled the product, citing reports that the feminine hygiene product was unraveling or coming apart inside some users’ bodies.
Juuling is the latest smoking craze to hit college campuses. Juuls are a type of vaporizer designed to be so discreet that most people don't know there an e-cigarette, making it easy for students to pass them off as flash drives in class. But just how safe are these trendy e-cigs?
Coffee does contain a possible carcinogen, a chemical called acrylamide, that has been shown to raise the risk of cancer in animal studies. But just how much acrylamide can increase your cancer risk from coffee?
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A South African girl born with the AIDS virus has kept her infection suppressed for more than eight years after stopping anti-HIV medicines.
"Pharma Bro" just won't keep his mouth shut.
Senate Republicans would cut Medicaid, end penalties for people not buying insurance and erase a raft of tax increases as part of their long-awaited plan to scuttle President Barack Obama's health care law, congressional aides and lobbyists say.
U.S. regulators have approved new competition for EpiPen, the emergency allergy medicine that made Mylan a poster child for pharmaceutical greed.
Some imported frozen tuna cubes and steaks are being recalled after testing showed they could be contaminated with the hepatitis A virus.
Conservative senators are pushing to diminish insurance coverage requirements imposed by President Barack Obama's health care law.
In a startling turnabout, Republicans say they are ready to push their prized health care bill through the House and claim a victory for President Donald Trump, six weeks after nearly leaving it for dead and days after support from GOP moderates seemed to crumble anew.
U.S. regulators are warning consumers to avoid 65 bogus products hawked on the internet with false claims that they can cure, treat or prevent cancer.