Over the summer, the Department of Health and Human Services issued a rule allowing health insurers to implement "accumulator adjustment programs," which allow insurers to effectively double charge customers for drugs.
Advocates for patients with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease, called for the FDA to expedite medication for the disease.
The drug is commonly used to treat sexually transmitted diseases, but now that Trump and others have called it a "game-changer," it's in short supply.
"We are seeing a worrying increase in harmful exposures to gabapentin and baclofen in U.S. adults over recent years," an expert told Newsweek.
Alexa Juckiewicz-Caspell had to learn how to speak and breathe again after she developed Stevens-Johnson syndrome.
Anti-fungal resistance is a "serious and immediate threat" estimated to be killing more people than breast cancer and malaria.
The medication prevents the child's body from rejecting his kidney transplant.
Doctors want to push the drug maker and insurers to find a better solution.
A new study explores incentivizing HIV care through small monetary awards.
An ongoing study of their welfare delivers its latest alarming finding.
The increase in the use of medications reflects the growing rate of chronic diseases in the country.
A third of a million deaths were avoided thanks to Medicare Part D. It needs bolstering, not cutting.