New study finds one out of five hysterectomies performed in the nation may be unnecessary with costly results. Why aren't doctors discussing alternative treatments with their patients?
Congress has created a new tax-deferred savings account, the ABLE account. Here are the details.
Study Says Understanding More Important than Value, How Does Obamacare Change the Equation
As global laws begin to change about marijuana, a global commodities market emerges alongside it.
Medical marijuana, one of the most effective treatment options for ailing vets, is becoming a hot topic in the veterans' community pushing for greater reform.
Some 15% of those who don’t currently have or plan to purchase long term coverage in the next five years have an alternate plan in place.
Were you invited – or required – to attend a health fair?
October is Disability Employment Awareness Month, a national campaign that raises awareness about disability employment issues and honors American workers with disabilities. The results may surprise you.
Despite recent natural disasters, two-thirds of employees said their companies have not reassessed their safety plans. Then there are the petty slips.
The Veterans Affairs (VA) network of hospitals is the largest integrated healthcare system in the U.S. with 8.7 million veterans enrolled for healthcare services. That makes privatization difficult.