The doctor most responsible for creating a billion-dollar juggernaut has received hundreds of thousands of dollars from the vitamin D industry.
They gathered near the United Nations days after a Harvard study estimated the Hurricane Maria death toll may be more than 4,600 people, not 64 as the Puerto Rican government claimed.
A $100 million study on the benefits of moderate drinking is largely funded by the alcohol industry, and many of the scientists have industry ties.
Doctors often don’t ask about sexual orientation and gender identity because they don’t want to make patients uncomfortable. But a new study suggests that concern may be unfounded.
Reporter Margot Sanger-Katz examines high-risk pools, the controversy at the heart of the health care debate.
What can we learn from chimps and sheep and maybe even insects that practice medicine on themselves?
Road closings during races can cause critical delays for patients trying to get to the hospital or waiting for an ambulance.
Evidence has mounted about the dangers of taking multiple, perhaps unnecessary, medications.
People used to keep medical conditions private, but “a tweet-length piece of information can be the difference between life and death,” says a doctor.
The best evidence to date of how sizable taxes on sugary drinks, increasingly favored by large American cities, may influence consumer behavior.