President Obama came to power promising to reform the ailing healthcare system, and proponents of alternative medicine call on his administration to treat their industry on par with traditional medicine.
The stimulus plan’s health IT provisions include new regulations regarding privacy protection, but the debate about their merits is far from over.
As the aftermath of the Bernie Madoff scandal reverberates throughout the economy, an analyst has testified that his warnings over the years were ignored by the government’s securities watchdog agency.
In yet another example of serious oversight, advocacy groups have revealed that the health industry watchdog is failing to act on information about cosmetics containing lead.
Calcium supplements help menopausal women avoid osteoporosis, but a newly published paper shows that they have significant benefits in pregnant women as well.
As the financial crisis shows no signs of easing, a new study has found that more Americans are planning to delay retirement for up to five years.
President Obama campaigned on the platform of healthcare reform, but his plans to computerize medical records are facing opposition from some privacy advocates.
A large study has found a drop in breast cancer cases after a reduction in the use of certain types of hormone replacement therapy.
While the benefits of fish oil are well known, many people object to the often unpleasant taste of related supplements. Thankfully, a health newsletter has some tips that may help remedy the problem.
As President Obama presses Congress to pass a nearly $900 billion stimulus plans, some experts question the fundamental elements of the package.