Morgan Stanley Wealth Management Exec Has Cancer

He told the staff in a memo that he will limit travel but intends to keep working.

Even Short Runs Have Major Health Benefits

Numerous long-term studies — some involving thousands of participants — have shown that running benefits people physically and mentally.

Doubts Abound About a New Alzheimer’s Blood Test

Alzheimer’s researchers and clinicians aren’t convinced the Quest test is backed by sound scientific research.

How a Lucrative Surgery Took Off Online and Disfigured Patients

Many surgeons, including some who taught themselves the operation by watching videos on social media, are endangering patients.

Smaller Employers Weigh a Big-Company Fix for Scarce Primary Care: Their Own Clinics

Setting up health clinics at or near their workplaces can helped improve employee health and cut healthcare costs.

Feds Hope to Cut Sepsis Deaths by Hitching Medicare Payments to Treatment Stats

A new rule sets treatment metrics hospitals must meet. The move could save some of the 350,000 adults who die of infections annually.

Thousands Got Exactech Knee or Hip Replacements. Then, Patients Say, the Parts Began to Fail

The company knew of the defects nearly 20 years ago, but continued to supply them.

Feds Rein In Use of Predictive Software That Limits Care for Medicare Advantage Patients

Plans are cutting off patients' coverage based on algorithms even if their doctors determine they still require nursing home care.

Medicare Part D: Need-to-know Changes

Medicare drug coverage is changing drastically. For example, the savings on one drug could be as much as $16,000.

Insurer Cigna to Pay $37 Million to Settle Medicare Charges

The company submitted false information that increased its Medicare Advantage payments, the U.S. government says.

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Carson Group: Still Too Few Women in Wealth Management

Its latest report confirms the industry has made little progress in gender diversity despite a lot of talk.

Supreme Court Seems Wary of SEC’s In-House Tribunals Without Juries

The Supreme Court discussed a case involving a hedge fund manager in which the SEC brought a civil enforcement proceeding that charged he mislead investors.

Annuity Sales Continue March Upward

Annuity sales are set to have another record-breaking year, based on results in the third quarter.

Humana, Cigna in Talks to Merge

A deal would give Cigna a much greater foothold in the fast-growing market for managing federal Medicare plans for older Americans.

Aretha Franklin’s Sons Awarded Late Singer’s Real Estate

They now own the late singer's real estate after a judge ruled that a handwritten will found hidden in her sofa was the correct document.

The Wit and Wisdom of the Late Charlie Munger

Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett's deputy who helped transform Berkshire Hathaway into a conglomerate, will be remembered, in part, for comments like these.

Supreme Court to Hear Biden Appeal of Case Affecting Advisors, Others

Lower courts have decided the SEC’s power to seek penalties through in-house enforcement proceedings violates the U.S. Constitution. Another case pending against FINRA says it has too much power.