An organization focused on inflammatory bowel disease has enlisted a star of "NYPD Blue," "Judging Amy" and "Private Practice" to raise awareness of the condition.
Pharmacy benefit manager Catamaran Corp. hopes to expand business with client Cigna Corp. and foresees other opportunities, according to published reports.
The CEO of Sears Holdings is stepping down due to unspecified family health reasons, the company said.
The makers of a new app say that it increased users' medication adherence rate to more than 80%.
Target Corp. has launched a campaign to price match online retailers, the mass-merchandise retailer said.
A new study indicates that the public bears "unnecessary expense" when generic drugs aren't used.
A company that provides local print and digital coupons is partnering with a company that provides information for Hispanics.
Natural foods retailer Whole Foods Market has appointed a former Accenture executive as its global VP and chief information officer, the company said.
Snacks used to be primarily something given to children as a reward, but today, they're a major part of Americans' eating habits, according to a new report.
A company that provides cloud-based electronic health record, practice management and care-coordination services is buying a developer of point-of-care mobile health applications for physicians.
Biogen Idec is seeking Food and Drug Administration approval for a hemophilia drug that it called the first of its kind.
While pressure to grow will drive more large drug makers to pursue mergers and acquisitions, diminished resources and competition from biotech and specialty pharmaceutical companies will challenge their ability to do so, according to a new report.
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick has introduced legislation that would give the state government broader power over compounding pharmacies, the governor's office announced.
More than half of U.S. consumers would not recommend a particular pharmacy to family and friends, according to a new report by a Canadian customer experience management firm.
Drug maker Prasco Labs has launched an authorized generic version of a drug used to treat heavy menstrual bleeding, the company said.
Lingering fears of pandemic flu in the United States and a spike in flu activity will help to keep vaccination levels high, according to a new report.
Mass merchandise chain Shopko's philanthropic arm is donating nearly $1 million to charity organizations.
Stop & Shop is offering free produce for a year to winners of a healthy eating contest it is sponsoring, the Ahold banner said.
New legislation aims to increase access to telemedicine services through government-sponsored health programs.
Family Dollar stores reported a 12.7% increase in net sales and a 6.6% increase in comps in first quarter 2013, the company said.
The Food and Drug Administration has approved a new means of administration for a multiple sclerosis drug, the manufacturers said.
Ahold banner Giant Food of Landover, Md., donated $37,305 to the Capital Breast Care Center.
The March of Dimes is launching a campaign to encourage expectant mothers to take folic acid to prevent birth defects, the group said Friday.
Novo Nordisk has appointed Curtis Oltmans as its corporate VP and general counsel for legal and quality affairs, the company said Friday.
Sam's Club is offering free health screenings as part of a New Year's promotion, the club retailer said Friday.