Invitae Corporation provides genetic testing and genetic network services in the United States.
The victims of a shooting in San Francisco have been identified.
The people of the UK deserve the best health service in the world and with the clinical talent and scientific innovations at our disposal, we can achieve it
The FDA finds that many so-called laboratory-derived tests may actually harm patients
Big corporations — giant retailers and health insurance companies — are teaming up to become your doctor.
The new deals involving major corporations loom over doctors’ livelihoods, intensifying pressure on small practices and pushing them closer to extinction. NYT reports.
Real Housewives of Orange Country star addresses cancer controversy
We trust computer technology to solve problems, save time and money, and improve our lives. It has. Why didn’t it work with electronic health records?
In California, there is no legal requirement that medical bills be written in clear language, with all charges explained. This is a sickness that needs curing.
The left reacted with anger over the news this weekend that the New York Fed’s board of directors has selected San Francisco Fed President John Williams as its next leader.
It's a big move to get patients their electronic health records, something companies have been trying for years that hasn't taken off.
If scientists avoid discussing the topic candidly, racist theories will fill the vacuum.
The astronaut’s DNA didn’t change in space. Here’s what might have.
Employers shouldn't be encouraged to cover their workers.
San Francisco schools Supt. Richard Carranza, a leading candidate to head the Los Angeles Unified, has pulled out of consideration, according to a spokeswoman for the Bay Area district.
Health insurers are firing back at the controversial coupons, which they say actually increases drug costs.
Richard Carranza will lead the country’s biggest school district after a stint in Houston so brief that his record is hard to judge.
New York’s next schools chancellor oversaw a district with 56,000 students, then spent 18 months in Houston, now he has 1.1 million students in his charge.
Checking a physician’s network before treatment could save you hundreds of dollars.
Having a baby? We went to Long Island hospitals and answered the top questions parents-to-be have before welcoming their newborn.
An examination of 20,000 patients finds that more than 800 may have genetic conditions.