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A prescription antibiotic used to treat urinary tract infections caused by certain bacteria is being recalled.

The FDA is recalling a prescription injection used to treat patients with iron-deficiency anemia who cannot be treated with oral iron supplements.

The FDA has updated and added new drugs to its drug shortages list.

Health care spending growth has slowed for the second year in a row in 2017, mainly due to slower spending growth for hospital care, physician and clinical services as well as retail prescription drugs, according to a report from CMS.

Men and women with inflammatory bowel disease have a significantly increased risk of sexual dysfunction, according to a new meta-analysis.

A new modeling study suggests that too many people may be taking statins for primary prevention of cardiovascular disease.

A recent study examined the impact being underweight or morbidly obese, regardless of viral pathogen status, had on the risk of being hospitalized with influenza-like illness due to flu or other respiratory viruses. 

A health care technology company has announced it has executed an agreement to acquire a company that has developed precision dosing software designed to predict the optimal dose of drugs.

The cost of insulin prevents many people with diabetes from taking it as directed, a recent survey suggests.

According to CVS, the new model will simplify the financial arrangements within PBM contracts and focus on helping plan sponsors deliver savings through PBM cost management strategies.