The debate over aid in dying still rages in the language that medicine and the media use to describe the practice.
Philadelphia is again the focus of a national campaign to open — or restrict — sites where people use drugs under medical supervision.
The chemicals, found in everything from candy corn to sodas to tortillas, have been linked to a number of serious health issues.
If the state were to change its course, aid in dying would become more accessible to millions of Americans.
Pharmacists affiliated with the University of Florida have spent decades nudging the agency to pull a decongestant from over-the-counter medicines.
New cases say fear and confusion about abortion bans in three states are causing doctors and hospitals to deny medically necessary abortions.
So far, 24 states have eliminated sales taxes on period products that have been criticized as discriminatory.
The e-bike industry is booming, but many vehicles are not legal for teenagers, and accidents are on the rise.
Health experts warn that drinking it could come with risks.
Here’s what the legislation entails.