March 15, 2019
Catching up on sleep during the weekend will not spare you from the health effects of losing sleep during the week, according to a recent study.
Facing pressure from pharmaceutical companies, FDA is considering regulating fecal transplants as a drug—but doctors are worried the move could compromise patient access to the life-changing treatment.
New Orleans-based Ochsner Medical Center has launched its own take on Apple's "Genius Bar," where prenatal patients can pick up no-cost gadgets to help monitor their health at home—and potentially reduce unnecessary in-person office visits.
American Health Line rounds up the latest health care news in the states.
March 14, 2019
FDA on Wednesday unveiled highly anticipated draft guidance intended to restrict where and how flavored e-cigarettes are sold in the United States.
U.S. News & World Report on Monday released its annual Best Medical Schools rankings, which include separate lists recognizing leading schools for research, primary care, and each of eight specialties.
Former Rep. Beto O'Rourke (D-Texas) on Thursday announced that he is seeking the 2020 Democratic nomination for president, and indicted health care will be a priority in his campaign.
23andMe on Sunday announced the company is now offering a new health predisposition report that tells users their risk of developing Type 2 diabetes—but experts say the company's latest offering will primarily benefit white consumers and be of limited use to customers of different ethnic backgrounds.
FDA on Tuesday announced it has approved a new generic blood pressure and heart failure medication to help address a shortage that resulted from multiple drug recalls.
In the face of electronic health record (EHR) functionality and workflow challenges, doctors often work around EHRs using handwritten notes and other tactics, instead of working with the technology, according to a recent study.
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