The court ruled Thursday in the case of a Danish child-minder who says he was unfairly fired for being fat.
Ebola has sickened more than 18,600 people, the vast majority in Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia. Of those, more than 6,900 have died.
Ireland is debating its constitutional ban on abortion again amid a case involving a brain-dead pregnant woman on life support.
Pharmacists across the area are aware of the increased possibility of a robbery now that 5,000 pain patients are without a doctor.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Electronic cigarettes have surpassed traditional smoking in popularity among teens, the government’s annual drug use survey finds.
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The government’s annual survey of drug use among teens shows marijuana use leveling off after recent increases and some other drug use dropping.
A federal judge has ordered an Irish drug manufacturer to halt its plans to discontinue its widely used Alzheimer’s medication.
Police are gearing up for the possibility of more pharmacy robberies now that 5,000 pain clinic patients are without a doctor. It all stems from Dr. William Hedrick closing his nine practices across the state.
Indoor tanning injuries have declined but still sent more than 1,000 people to emergency rooms in recent years.
A few of Lutheran Health Network hospitals are restricting visitors after an increase of cases in emergency rooms.
Several labs breed these mice but the main supplier to patients has been Champions Oncology, a company based in Hackensack, New Jersey.
The abrupt closing of nine Indiana Pain Centers locations has patients scrambling to get pain medication prescriptions filled while complying with strict state rules.
Forty states are healthier than Indiana, according America’s Health Rankings’ 2014 results.
Health professionals are seeing more cases of the flu earlier than last year and they’re stressing that it’s not too late to get vaccinated.
Executives said eight menu items and five Extra Value Meals could disappear, but did not specify which.
The Food and Drug Administration typically has shied away from the subject, leaving the issue of labeling the genetically modified organisms to the states.
The bill also would put off rules to make school meals less salty, suspending lower sodium standards that were supposed to go into effect in 2017.
A survey this year by The Physicians Foundation found that 81 percent of doctors describe themselves as either over-extended or at full capacity.
The groups are appealing to the 10th Circuit in Denver, the court that ruled last year that for-profit companies can join the exempted religious organizations and not provide the contraceptives.
Dr. Ulrich Klopfer of Crete, Illinois, was accused of waiting too long to report an abortion performed on a 13-year-old in 2013.