Men and women who serve our country are suffering, and some have died due to serious errors in military health care. For years, they could not seek any compensation or remedy from our government. But the story of Richard Stayskal, and his efforts in Washington, drove change.
An ophthalmologist and eye surgeon who runs clinics in metro Phoenix and the Prescott area has been arrested after he was indicted for running what is described as a years-long billing scheme.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved an ovarian cancer drug for the maintenance and treatment of pancreatic cancer, according to AstraZeneca and Merck.
More than 8 million people have signed up for coverage next year under former President Barack Obama's health care law, the government said Friday, a sign of continued demand for the program amid persistent uncertainty over its future.
Former Washington Redskins running back Clinton Portis has self-surrendered to authorities in North Carolina after being charged in an alleged scheme to defraud the National Football League’s health care program for retired players, according to officials.
Some deadly diseases that seemed headed for eradication in recent decades have been making a scary comeback in the past 10 years.
Former Washington Redskins Clinton Portis and Carlos Rogers are among 10 former NFL players who are facing federal charges in an alleged scheme to defraud the league’s health care program for retired players.
A valley businessman is using his gifts to give back to families experiencing children's cancer.
A drug that curbs delusions in Parkinson's patients did the same for people with Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia in a study that was stopped early because the benefit seemed clear.
A U.S. judge has granted a preliminary injunction blocking a Trump administration rule that would require immigrants to show proof of health insurance to get a visa.
Ubrogepant, a new class of drug to treat acute migraine attacks, shows promise to treat patients who have previously lacked other options.
A northern Indiana hospital has alerted more than 1,000 surgery patients who may have been exposed to hepatitis, HIV and other infectious diseases due to a sterilization failure.
Open Enrollment has begun. Over the next month, millions of Americans will choose their health insurance coverage for 2020. A human resources consultant says it's important to get started, compare your options, and pick the right plan for you.
(AP) -- Elizabeth Warren promised Friday to spend more than $20 trillion over the next decade to provide government-funded health care to every American without raising middle class taxes -- finally offering ideas about how to implement the massive "Medicare for All" program without taking a larger bite out of most Americans' salaries.
A civil trial began Monday over the mishandling of human remains at a now-closed body donation facility in Phoenix.
Arizona quietly suspended plans to require about 120,000 people to work, volunteer or go to school to receive Medicaid benefits, as courts have taken a dim view of similar mandates in other states.
The family of a New York woman who died after a routine cyst removal procedure is suing the medical center for $50 million.
A promising new vaccine could one day be a flu shot against breast cancer.
It's a story that has garnered national attention, after a Valley-based facility took back an offer to take in a teen who has been declared brain dead. FOX 10's Matt Galka has more on the facility's rationale behind their decision to rescind the offer.
Relief from a Michigan family suddenly turned into despair after a Phoenix-based hospital decides not to take in their teenage son, and now, time may be running out. FOX 10's Matt Galka reports.