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Senate panel approves sweeping bill to lower Rx prices—but changes might be in store

July 26, 2019


The Senate Finance Committee on Thursday voted 19-9 to advance a bipartisan bill aimed at lowering prescription drug costs, but the bill might face opposition in the full Senate unless it undergoes substantial revisions.

FDA launches TV ads to teach youth about the risks of e-cigarettes

July 26, 2019


FDA on Tuesday announced the launch of the agency's first television advertisements intended to educate children about the risks of using e-cigarettes.

Senate will take up 'surprise' billing package after August recess

July 26, 2019


The Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee's top Republican and Democratic members on Wednesday said the full Senate would not take up the committee's legislative package to address so-called "surprise" medical bills before Congress' August recess.

The Trump admin's top 3 health care priorities

July 25, 2019


HHS Secretary Alex Azar on Tuesday laid out three of the Trump administration's top health care priorities heading into the 2020 election.

Were US diplomats hit with 'sonic attacks' in Cuba? A new study broadens the mystery.

July 25, 2019


In 2016, a number of United States diplomats in Cuba began experiencing symptoms—including headaches, blurred vision, and hearing phantom sounds—that have yet to be explained, and now, a new study shows changes in the diplomats' brains.

Allergan recalls breast implants linked to rare cancer

July 25, 2019


Allergan on Wednesday announced a global recall of the company's Biocell textured breast implants, after FDA found a link between the implants and a sharp increase in cases of and deaths involving a rare cancer.

Will New Hampshire’s Medicaid work requirements be struck down next?

July 25, 2019


A federal judge who earlier this year struck down Medicaid work requirements in Arkansas and Kentucky on Tuesday heard oral arguments in a lawsuit challenging the Trump administration's approval of Medicaid work requirements in New Hampshire, but it is unclear how the judge will rule in the latest case.

Inside the Senate Finance Committee's sweeping new proposal to lower Rx drug costs

July 24, 2019


Senate Finance Committee Chair Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.), the ranking member on the committee, on Tuesday introduced a sweeping bill aimed at lowering prescription drug costs by changing various Medicare and Medicaid policies, but the bill quickly drew criticism from congressional Republicans and the pharmaceutical industry.

Indian Health Services hospitals are putting patients' health at risk, investigators find

July 24, 2019


Major issues at Indian Health Service hospitals have led to unsafe conditions for patients, risky opioid prescribing practices, and information technology vulnerabilities, according to two reports released Monday by HHS' Office of Inspector General.

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