Some blamed seasonal effects, such as the Lunar New Year in February. Others cited weak market conditions.
Much of the waste stems from vials that contain more of a drug than most patients need, according to a report published Tuesday.
The Microsoft co-founder expects the number of so-called unicorns in Silicon Valley to decline in the next two years.
The report, which touches on a a broad range of issues, comes a week after Prime Minister David Cameron set June 23 as the date for voting on the U.K.'s membership in the European Union.
In the United States, the sharing of human milk has skyrocketed in recent years — but this flourishing sector is largely free from formal oversight.
This time, the outcry in the U.S. is over women’s access to abortion in Latin America, which is in the midst of a public health emergency.
Do Soda Taxes Work? Raising The Price Of Sugary Drinks Could Save Countries Millions And Prevent Obesity
How well these taxes actually work seems to vary by country or city, and some companies appear to be absorbing them.
Pope Francis' softened stance on birth control in response to the Zika virus did not extend to abortion.
Zhong An sells insurance ranging from coverage against flat tires to protection against return-delivery for buyers on Taobao.com, a marketplace of Alibaba.
The health insurance startup has been widely popular in New York, but less so in California.
In 1962, 18 South American countries declared the Aedes aegypti mosquito eradicated. Today, it’s spreading the Zika virus. What happened?
The bank was considering moving its headquarters to Hong Kong, due in part to increased regulation in the U.K.
The president will not take up the issue until the Senate returns from its recess Feb. 22, the White House said.
Kentucky Viagra Law? Men Seeking Erectile Dysfunction Drugs Must Bring Wife’s Note, Lawmaker Proposes
“I want to protect these men from themselves,” said a Kentucky lawmaker who proposed the bill.
Bernie Sanders vs. The Democratic National Committee: Senator Launches Petition Targeting Revoked Ban On Campaign Contributions By Lobbyists
The Democratic National Committee lifted a ban on campaign contributions by lobbyists, a move the presidential candidate’s campaign called a “step backward.”
The protesters were pushing back against Turkish military operations in a predominantly Kurdish region of Turkey.
Ursinus College Illness Update: 200 Students Sick With Mystery Stomach Bug, As Cause Remains Uncertain
Ursinus College has yet to confirm the source of the outbreak, although it did temporarily close its dining hall earlier in the week.
The U.K. is fining GlaxoSmithKline for the "pay-for-delay" tactic, which drug companies have deployed in recent years to stifle generic competition.
Fear sparked in recent months by a virus outbreak in Latin America and other regions mirrors that in the U.S. during a 1960s outbreak, doctors say.
Does Zika Cause Birth Defects? CDC Finds ‘Strongest Evidence To Date’ Of Link Between Virus And Microcephaly
The virus was found in the brain tissue of four babies in Brazil who were either miscarried or died shortly after birth.
The turn underscores the volatility of world markets and concerns about slowing global growth.
If the process of developing a vaccine were different, could scientists produce more effective inoculations in less time?
A separate report by the Government Accountability Office in 2014 found major gaps in the healthcare law's identity verification processes.
At a nationwide staff meeting Monday, the restaurant chain outlined its strategy for halting the food-safety problems that have hurt its profits and credibility.
Chipotle Closure: Taco Bell, Freshii Among Restaurants Moving To Capitalize On Mexican Grill’s Food Safety Woes
Taco Bell, Freshii and several other restaurant chains are moving to capitalize on Chipotle’s decision to open late Monday.
Zika And 2016 Olympics: Athletes Worried About Virus Should Consider Skipping Rio Games, US Officials Say
The U.S. Olympic Committee reportedly offered the advice to sports federations last month. But Brazilian and Olympic officials insist the Games will go on.
When Is Chipotle Closed? Amid Falling Earnings, Mexican Grill Temporarily Closes Across US To Address Food Safety Outbreaks
The burrito chain, hit by several outbreaks linked to its food, will meet with employees to discuss new hygiene procedures.
A physicians group's ad campaign in 20 U.S. cities targets medical facilities that welcome Chick-fil-A, McDonald's and other chains on their premises.
Health Insurers Push Brokers To Sell More Lucrative, Lower-Tier Plans, Possibly Violating Healthcare Law
Some insurers have created incentives for brokers to sell certain health insurance plans and not others to customers.
Because diagnostic tests for the virus are not commercially available, and existing ones can be unreliable, drugmakers are rushing to fill the void.