Health

CHANDIGARH, India (AP) — Millions of people twisted their bodies in complex positions in celebration of International Yoga Day on Tuesday. India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi joined a crowd of 30,000 schoolchildren and other residents of the northern city of Chandigarh for a...
CHANDIGARH, India (AP) — Millions of people across India twisted themselves into complex yoga positions Tuesday as the country celebrated International Yoga Day. Prime Minister Narendra Modi joined a crowd of 30,000 schoolchildren and other residents of the northern city of...
WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) — William Reynolds breezed past the finish line first in his 100-meter race at West Point, down the hill from where he once marched as a cadet and a dozen years since the attack in Iraq that cost him part of his left leg. Reynolds, 35, is a competitor in...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Monday rejected an appeal from Illinois smokers who sought reinstatement of a $10.1 billion class-action judgment in a long-running lawsuit against Philip Morris. The justices did not comment in leaving in place an Illinois Supreme Court...
The federal government has declined a petition to lower the price of a prostate cancer drug developed with taxpayer money. The public interest group Knowledge Ecology International petitioned the National Institutes of Health in January to reduce the $129,000-a year list price...
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Even though the explosive spread of the Zika virus has been met with a new level of international response, thanks to lessons learned from the Ebola crisis, experts warn they are only beginning to grasp the damage the mosquito-borne pathogen can do. Doctors...
CHICAGO (AP) — As little as one free meal from a drug company can influence which medicines doctors prescribe for Medicare patients, according to a study using Medicare records and recently released data from the health care law's Open Payments program. The study highlights the...
CHICAGO (AP) — As little as one free meal from a drug company can influence which medicines doctors prescribe for Medicare patients, according to a study using Medicare records and recently released data from the health care law's Open Payments program. The study highlights the...
CHICAGO (AP) — As little as one free meal from a drug company can influence which medicines doctors prescribe for Medicare patients. That's according to a study using Medicare records and recently released data from the health care law's Open Payments program. The study...