Obama To Talk Health Law’s Benefits For Women, Families
President Barack Obama is launching a new effort to rally the public around his hotly disputed health care law, a strategy aimed at shoring up key components of the sweeping federal overhaul and staving off yet another challenge from Republicans.
Drowsy Driving Remains an Elusive Highway Dilemma
Heading home after an overtime shift and the eyelids flutter. Up all night with a sick baby and you rest your eyes for just a moment on the way to dropping off the kids at school.Drowsy drivers often make it safely to their destination, but for some, the consequences are devastating.
Maker of generic Lipitor pleads guilty to selling ‘adulterated drugs’
FORTUNE — Indian generic drug-maker Ranbaxy Laboratories pleaded guilty Monday to seven federal criminal counts of selling adulterated drugs with intent to defraud, failing to report that its drugs didn’t meet specifications, and making intentionally false statements to the government.
Back pain? 7 ways to strengthen your spine
And yet, most of us can cure or even avoid back pain and surgery by taking a few daily preventive steps. Spinal problems can start as early as age 29, so it’s never too early or too late to start.
Gluten: 5 things you need to know
Like many people, you’ve probably heard about the phenomenon but really don’t understand what gluten is or what, if anything, you should be doing about it. Yet millions of people in this country are turning their lives upside-down trying to avoid it.