800 car wash employees are finally starting to receive back pay owed to them for working off the clock.
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The City of Chicago has submitted a lawsuit against nearly three dozen e-cigarette retailers for allegedly selling their products to minors online.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sent a warning letter to drug distributor McKesson for incidents in which pharmacies received tampered with shipments of opioids.
New research suggests that the population at the highest risk of opioid addiction and overdose is low-income whites who have received prescription pills.
Johnson & Johnson will improve transparency regarding the cost of certain prescriptions by including pricing in television ads.
Protestors flood museums the Sackler family has donated to over the years, asking them to refuse any future funding.
While an epidural seems like a better option for chronic back pain than opioids, there are risks involved, including paraylsis.
A hearing will be held at the end of the month in which executives from top drug manufacturers will testify regarding significant price increases.
Arizona lawmakerse are hoping to modify current licensing requirements for all caregivers of patients with disabilities in order to address sexual abuse concerns.
Changes to Mississippi laws regarding criminal activity that occurs on a landowner’s property may reduce the number of frivilous lawsuits.