From Tom Price’s $1 million in private plane travel to Scott Pruitt’s attempt to get his wife a Chick-fil-A franchise, officials in the Trump administration appear to be having a competition with each other to see who can be ...
In a lawsuit, Richard Sackler offered benign interpretations of emails that showed Purdue sales representatives minimizing the risks of OxyContin.
Dr. Arthur Caplan, NYU bioethicist, said the new report on Trump's health "smacks of politically rosy glasses skewing age and weight and diet.”
Once again, the Trump administration is ready to sacrifice human health at the altar of anti-science extremism.
Mainly, though, I need to avoid the internet for a substantial amount of time each day to avoid what some people call “information sickness” — a pathological state induced by spending too much time online.
Trump health officials plan to rewrite guidelines for a federally funded family planning program to make it harder for low-income women to obtain birth control.