The Department of Justice said that medical device maker CR Bard Inc. will pay nearly $51 million to resolve allegations that it paid kickbacks to customers and physicians to convince them to use its radiation therapy seeds. Full story
Attorney Ben Hoover easily beat physician and surgeon Robert Frischer, by a very comfortable margin. We spoke with both candidates today and while both believe water is the most important issue, they say there are some other big issues the next council needs to address. Full story
Richard Anderson is chairman and chief executive officer of medical malpractice insurerThe Doctors Companyand past chairman of the Department of Medicine at Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla, Calif. He contributed this article to LiveScience'sExpert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights. Full story
Dr. Allan Panter was waiting for his wife Theresa to cross the finish line at the Boston Marathon when the explosions occurred. As he tended to the wounded, Theresa and other runners were turned away from the chaotic scene. Husband and wife both discuss their experiences.
Dr. Roshini Raj, an attending physician at NYU Medical Center, speaks with TODAY’s Willie Geist about Hillary Clinton’s blood clot complication, how common it is and what it may mean for her health going forward.
A survey shows more than half of Americans aren't totally truthful with their doctors, and physicians say even little white lies might have health consequences. NBC's Erika Edwards reports.
California and five other states require physicians to report patients who present a driving hazard, but some experts say healthcare providers are not really knowledgeable about what circumstances would prevent someone from being a safe driver. NBC’s Miguel Almaguer reports.
Dr. Herbert Smitherman of Wayne State University School of Medicine and The Hill’s Karen Finney join the Melissa Harris-Perry conversation on the Affordable Care Act and the health care access it provides.
Spearheaded by physicians, Mount Sinai in New York has opened an emergency room dedicated to seniors. NBC’s Dr. Nancy Snyderman reports.
Professor John Cunningham, the Queen's physician, leaves King Edward VII hospital in central London March 4, 2013. Britain's Queen Elizabeth was admitted to the hospital on Sunday with symptoms of gastroenteritis, a Buckingham Palace spokesman said. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY
Joanne Murphy, right, is a library booster and former emergency room physician who realized that an old Bible had belonged to baseball great Branch Rickey, who broke the color barrier by hiring Jackie Robinson for the then-Brooklyn Dodgers. At left, Rickey's grandson, Christopher Jakle.
Dr. Christine Lee, an infectious disease physician, poses in a lab at St. Joseph's Healthcare at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, November 22, 2012. Drugmakers racing to develop medicines and vaccines to combat a germ that ravages the gut and kills thousands have a new challenger: the huma