pharmaceuticals

The little blue pill is celebrating twenty years on the market - and in the bedroom. Here are some of the weird and wonderful moments in Viagra’s history.
Companies have paid tens of millions of dollars in fines, but have failed to meaningfully address their roles in the crisis.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton spoke at the U.S. Conference of Mayors in Miami about the growing opioid overdose crisis
Nerve blocks, which help ease pain after surgeries, could provide a useful alternative to highly-addictive opioids.
Cory Booker joins Bernie Sanders introducing allowing Americans to import prescription drugs from Canada
It's disappointing when Democrats offer implausible excuses for their votes, as Sen. Cory Booker and twelve other senators did this week.
As Americans hope for a year of health and prosperity, it’s an opportune moment to consider a resolution that can deliver
In December 2016, after weeks of secret negotiations, the lame-duck Congress passed -- and President Barack Obama signed -- the dangerous 21st Century Cures Act.
They also helped to save Africa. Is there any truth to the claim that the Clinton Foundation schemed with Big Pharma to keep
The ban on government price bargaining, justified by supporters on free market grounds, has been derided by critics as a giant gift to the drug industry.
If approved, Prop. 61 would require California state government to pay no more for drugs than what the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) pays for the same drugs.
I don't like taking the pill. Not only do I worry about its addictive qualities (addiction runs in my family); I am concerned
When news broke about the outrageous price gouging on EpiPens, a vital life-saving device, we (as both friends and colleagues
The main problem with the "one solution fits all" mentality is it doesn't factor in the billions of differences between humans
What can be done to deter pharmaceutical companies from jacking up prices of critical drugs? To prevent Wall Street banks
Mylan is making an offer that appears to be more altruistic than it really is.