Gerber has no evidence that Good Start Gentle infant formula reduces the risk of babies developing allergies, the FTC says, despite what its ads claim.
The nation's businesses and workers should worry less about Ebola, and more about influenza. Flu outbreaks cost America billions each year.
The federal government os investigating several cases of alleged cybersecurity flaws in medical devices that officials fear could be exploited by hackers.
A Web domain speculation company hopes to sell ebola.com for $150,000, but so far, it looks like no one in the pharmaceutical industry is likely to buy.
HealthCare.gov has been revamped as its second enrollment season approaches. But things are still complicated. Here's a look at what you need to know.
One company has created bundles of stocks of companies that reflect Democratic and Republican leanings. But should you put your money where your vote is?
Young people just starting their families need to be think of the future and develop a comprehensive estate plan.
Large restaurant chains are slimming down new items amid pending federal regulations about menu labeling, a new study finds.
Americans are living longer than ever before, with U.S. life expectancy inching up again and death rates falling, a new government report shows.
Walmart plans to eliminate health insurance coverage for most of its part-time U.S. employees in a move aimed at controlling rising health care costs.
Your health benefits are critical to your financial future, and open enrollment is the only time most people have to consider their options.
Housing is most people's biggest monthly expense, and the one most likely to be a budget buster. For many seniors, that problem is likely to get much worse.
New federal and state laws are raising awareness for families to pay taxes for domestic workers -- and the potential backlash.
You should spend at least as much (if not more) time on your health as you do on your investments, retirees in a new survey agree.
If you'd like to get life insurance for less -- and who wouldn't? -- use these tips to improve the results of your health exam.
Many people aren't prepared to pay for the care of their aging parents, a new survey concludes.
Retirees' nest eggs are a finite resource and taxes can take their toll. But if you're willing to leave the U.S. behind, the savings can be substantial.
Potential complications await consumers as President Barack Obama's health care law approaches its second open enrollment season, just two months away.
A quarter of all Americans -- and 40 percent of those who make less than $30,000 -- have more medical debt than they have emergency savings.
With perseverance and planning, you can break free from the sandwich generation cycle so that you don't become a burden on your own children.
Having a conversation with your parents about long-term care is difficult but necessary. Here are suggestions to make having that talk a bit easier.
Want to reduce your cost of health care? Consider university operations, referral bonuses, cash discounts and a dozen more simple techniques.