Tagged With Insulin

Former VA health care worker sentenced to life in prison for murdering 7 veterans


Keto is good for controlling blood sugar, but a low-fat vegan diet is better for weight loss, study finds


Yes, insulin does expire — here's how long it takes and when you should no longer use it



The different types of insulin and how to use them for diabetes treatment


How to inject insulin properly


A West Virginia nursing assistant admitted to intentionally killing 7 patients with fatal doses of insulin



'Should I be? Huh? I never thought about it': Trump asks if he should use insulin at White House seniors event


One chart reveals how the cost of insulin has skyrocketed in the US, even though nothing about it has changed


Insulin is getting so expensive that people with diabetes are switching to older versions of the drug. It's having deadly consequences.


Outrage over the cost of the life-saving drug insulin has drugmakers scrambling, but Congress and the public demand a price cut


Dispensed: Venture-backed insurance startup Bright Health's 2018 results, a dispute between 2 drug giants, and the quest for a male birth control drug


For people with diabetes struggling to buy lifesaving insulin, a major health company is now offering the drug for just $25 a month



Dispensed: Change at the FDA, insurance startup financials for 2018, and the first new depression drug in 35 years


A drugmaker just slashed the price of its life-saving medication by 50%, but people are worried the $137 price tag is still unaffordable


A drugmaker just released a half-price version of a life-saving diabetes medication in a bet that a lower price tag will help it escape the political crosshairs


Why insulin is so expensive



Pharma companies want the government to do something about high drug prices, so long as it's not forcing them to lower their drug prices


Dispensed: The problem with insulin prices, dispatches from Davos, and the plan to get anti-ageing drugs approved


No one could explain why this college student saw the price of his life-saving diabetes medication jump 150%, and it reveals a key problem with the US healthcare system


Researchers may have found a new way to help treat type 1 diabetes -- and it's with a drug that has been on the market for over 30 years