UnitedHealth's possible exit puts spotlight on biggest rivals Anthem, Aetna see no deterioration in individual market
Obamacare destroying medical care by design
Firewalls and medical devices are extremely vulnerable, and everyone's pointing fingers
It's Way Too Easy to Hack the Hospital Firewalls and medical devices are extremely vulnerable, and everyone's pointing fingers
After years of delays and failed launches, Obamacare has finally taken hold, and with it the economic and financial implications from this mandatory tax are finally being felt.
Nearly half of the 23 non-profit insurance plans created under Obamacare in 2011 at a cost of $2.4 billion have announced they will close by the end of the year.
Half of all operations involved some kind of drug error in a study at an elite medical center.
The venture capitalist wants to extend human life expectancy, and he says fears over privacy and the security of DNA data shouldn't stand in the way.
Colchicine, a gout remedy so old that the ancient Greeks knew about its effects, used to cost about 25 cents per pill in the U.S. Then in 2010 its price suddenly jumped 2,000 percent.
Upon hearing the news in 2003, one sales rep decided to quit, disillusioned by the corruption she had become an acolyte for. As her eyes were opened and her life journey pressed on, it became apparent that her greatest desires for truth in medicine w