A Controversial Alzheimer's Drug Gives Hope To Some Families
More than six million Americans are living with Alzheimer's, according to the Alzheimer's Association.
FDA warns about compounded versions of popular weight loss drugs
Federal health officials say some medications being sold may not contain the same active ingredient as FDA-approved semaglutide products.
Sackler family protected from opioid lawsuits in $6 billion settlement
Under the settlement, the Sacklers would give up OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma, which would become a new company known as Knoa.
Mom works to save lives in honor of son who died by suicide
Two people with stories connected to suicide have carried their painful past into a future of advocacy for mental health.
Revised DACA program to face Texas judge who ruled against it
DACA, originally put in place by President Barack Obama's administration in 2012, has faced many legal journeys through various federal courts.
Florida city clamps down on feeding homeless without permit
West Palm Beach officials say "well-intentioned groups" that help feed the homeless leave behind litter and unsanitary conditions.
Here are Zillow's top 5 cities for recent college grads
Outdoor activities, nightlife and opportunities for employment all factored into the list.