A prescription nitrate used to prevent chest pain in patients with coronary artery disease is being recalled.

Between 2007 and 2016, indirect costs may have accounted for more than $4 billion in international partner funding in the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, according to new estimates. 

An antirheumatic drug was found to be an effective and safe long-term treatment for ankylosing spondylitis, according to final results of the 5-year, phase 3 trial. 

Researchers have examined the risk of cardiovascular disease events among patients treated with treatment with direct-acting antiviral agents. 

In an effort to help customers build greater resilience, as well as cope with stress, anxiety, and depression, Cigna has announced it is expanding its suite of behavioral health offerings and will partner with Happify Health and Prevail Health.

A global epidemic of type 2 diabetes is fueling record demand for insulin but tens of millions will not get the injections they need, a new study concluded.

At least one brand of epinephrine autoinjectors appear to work normally after having been frozen for several hours.

Researchers examined medication adherence rates among older adults with diabetes who participate in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. 

Hospitals are increasingly advertising medical services directly to patients to enhance their national brands. 

“Multidisciplinary collaborative care appeared to positively impact on the clinical, humanistic, and economic outcomes of patients with uncontrolled diabetes,” researchers concluded.