Health advocates from several non-profits and medical associations testified at the White House's first ever opioid commission on Friday, June 16, chaired by...
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Congo authorises use of unlicensed Ebola vaccine as lab tests confirm case numbers lower than feared
Democratic Republic of the Congo's health ministry has approved the use of a new Ebola vaccine as WHO says lab test show case numbers lower than feared
As Venezuela enters its second month of daily protests against President Nicolás Maduro's government, the shortage of medication has continued.
WHO said 12 people have died in Liberia from an unexplained illness since April 25. Samples analysed have tested negative for Ebola and Lassa fever.
In a series of tweets on April 17, Trump accused Democrats of wanting to shut down the government if Puerto Rico is not "bailed out."
The Cherokee Nation filed a lawsuit against CVS Health, Walgreens, Walmart, and several other pharmaceutical retailers and distributors on April 25 over a...
Ireland’s Citizen’s Assembly recommends constitutional amendment, authorising parliament to legislate for abortion
Ireland's Citizens' Assembly voted on April 22 that the controversial Eighth Amendment to the constitution which limits access to abortion should be amended.
US President Donald Trump pulled the Congressional bill that would have repealed and replaced the Affordable Care Act on Friday