Scholar argues that governments should embrace vaping’s smoking-cessation potential.
Scholar describes how the philosophy and economics underlying insurance policies can guide current debates.
Experts discuss multiple avenues OSHA could undertake to protect NFL players.
The Republicans’ ACA replacement plan espouses individual responsibility—a naïve and ill-advised approach to healthcare reform.
Vermont moves to an all-payer system in regulating prices for health care services.
Amid growing concerns about “superbugs,” regulators seek comment on use of antimicrobials in animal feed.
FDA is years behind in its statutory mandate to put graphic warnings on cigarette labels.
Scholar argues that regulators will have difficulty applying cost-benefit analysis to mandatory GMO labeling.
E-cigarettes are less dangerous than is generally believed, posing a unique information challenge for regulators.
Regulator solicits input on a new rule defining when foods could be considered “healthy.”
As drug prices spike, the presidential candidates endorse proposals for getting costs down.
Despite its wide-ranging capabilities, OSHA has often let its detractors have their way. To combat this, it should enlist partners in all directions.