In their first month, legislators have begun tackling legislation, and Obama, on key issues that will affect Americans.
Top 6 weight-loss trends that ended in false advertising or consumer harm rulings. Sensa, Bowflex, Ab Belts, Shape Ups footwear and more.
44 percent of nursing home residents have been mistreated. 6 common types of elder abuse and 5 steps to take if you suspect abuse.
Health clubs and gyms often gouge patrons with fees, lock-in clauses, and unfair contract terms — be mindful of these hidden provisions.
When it comes to the end of the year, many U.S. workers lose accrued benefits because they failed to use them by the Jan. 1 deadline.
Several states have passed laws giving terminally ill patients greater freedom in obtaining experimental drugs when other treatments fail.
A look at the status of experimental Ebola drugs, plus an overview of the FDA’s role during an outbreak.
The federal government should step in with preemptive, nation-wide quarantine rules that are driven by science and evidence — not fear.
The news that a young woman named Brittany Maynard has chosen to die on Nov. 1 has reignited national debate on assisted suicide.
Quarantined nurse Kaci Hickox has hired a civil rights attorney and plans to sue. Does she have a case? Twitter’s legal voices respond.