A Philadelphia federal judge on Friday ruled in favor of temporarily blocking Trump administration rules nationwide that would limit women's access to free birth control under the federal Affordable Care Act.
Malvern biotech Aclaris Therapeutics gets FDA approval for its drug to treat a common skin condition that affects over 83 million Americans.
At least six clinical labs are mired in bankruptcy court after Medicare alleged they improperly billed the government for unnecessary urine, genetic or heart disease tests expected to cause hundreds of millions dollars in losses to taxpayers. As the nation's bill for drug and genetic tests has climbed...
Teva will let go one quarter of its work force. The fate of Teva's North America headquarters in North Wales is unclear.
In New Jersey and seven other states, a study found that mandatory infant oxygen tests reduced the rate of death from heart defects by one-third.
The first specific migraine drug could become available next year, much to the relief of sufferers running out of options.
The results, published Wednesday online in the New England Journal of Medicine, represent "another example of the gene-therapy renaissance," Matthew Porteus, a pediatrician at Stanford University, wrote in an accompanying editorial. He said the data suggests that the treatment ultimately might provide...
Spark Therapeutics reported data on an experimental hemophilia A drug that disappointed investors. The stock fell 35 percent.
Jeff Draine did a rare thing. He told his bosses about his diagnosis and asked for help so he could keep teaching.
Shopping to update your coverage on the Affordable Care Act's health insurance marketplace may be annoying - didn't you just do this last year? But letting the exchange automatically renew your coverage instead could be a big mistake. If you don't like the plan you're auto-enrolled in this year you may...
My situation would almost be comical if it wasn't so frustrating. I'm Italian. I love to entertain, cook, bake and eat. Don't get me started on my meatballs.
A researcher said the results were a "very big surprise."
The Philadelphia Fire Department is taking action to reduce the hazards that first responders face.