To save lives and reduce the economic costs of contamination, producers and consumers need to take a farm-to-table approach to safety.
The organic foods company is facing angry customers after it sued over the Affordable Care Act's contraception requirements.
Local lawmakers have the right to refuse -- but businesses, poor residents and political careers may suffer as a result.
Johnson & Johnson's popular pain reliever has been found to reduce 'existential angst' -- that is, if you're watching 'Eraserhead' or pondering prostitutes' bail amounts.
A proposal to raise the federal cigarette tax would increase the per-pack rate to $1.95. Too expensive for you?
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With only one dispensary for the entire state, patients must wait up to seven months for relief. That could soon change.
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