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U.S. states unsure how to halt online sales of abortion pills amid clinic crackdown

American women faced with new restrictions on abortions passed by a dozen U.S. states this year are turning to abortion pills from foreign online suppliers, and the states say there is little they can..
Reuters - Published

O'Rourke struggles, Castro emerges and Warren avoids trouble in Democratic debate

Ten Democrats took the stage in the first Democratic debate of the 2020 U.S. election campaign on Wednesday night, each trying to introduce themselves to millions of voters who will decide whether they..
Reuters - Published

Democrats clash on healthcare, border in scrappy first U.S. presidential debate

Democratic presidential contenders battled over healthcare coverage and border policy on Wednesday during a surprisingly heated first debate that laid bare the party's divisions on whether to abolish..
Reuters - Published

Factbox: Democratic presidential candidates spar on health insurance, immigration and more

Ten Democratic presidential candidates took the debate stage on Wednesday night for the first head-to-head primary face-off.
Reuters - Published

Trump on Democratic debate: 'BORING'

President Donald Trump dismissed the first Democratic debate as "BORING" on Wednesday night, predicting that the 10 rivals on stage seeking to toss him from office in the 2020 election would do poorly.
Reuters - Published

Factbox: Six moments to watch for as Democrats debate in Miami

Twenty Democratic presidential hopefuls will hit the debate stage on Wednesday and Thursday nights to square off for the first time in the 2020 nominating contest.
Reuters - Published

Give children 'less sugar and more veg in baby food'

There should be mandatory limits on sugar and parents should offer more bitter vegetables when weaning, a report says.
BBC News - Published

'Every suggestion' HPV vaccine will cut cervical cancers

There is "every suggestion" HPV vaccination will lead to a fall in cervical cancers, say scientists .
BBC News - Published

'I was suspected of causing my child's illness'

The women whose world was turned upside down by being wrongly suspected of Fabricated or Induced Illness.
BBC News - Published

Study shows major real-world impact of cervical cancer vaccines

Vaccination against the virus that causes almost all cervical cancer is having a major impact on stopping infections and should significantly reduce cases of the disease within a decade, researchers..
Reuters - Published

Chemical in soaps, hand sanitizers tied to osteoporosis

Women exposed to triclosan, a chemical often found in soaps and hand sanitizers, may be more likely to develop osteoporosis than women who don't have this exposure, a new study suggests.
Reuters - Published

Bayer sets up committee to deal with US glyphosate lawsuits

German chemicals group is facing more than 13,000 pesticide-related cases
FT.com - Published

Vets with PTSD at increased risk of death from suicide, accidents

U.S. veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are more likely than typical Americans to die of causes including suicide and accidental injuries, a recent study suggests.
Reuters - Published

Resurgent health insurer stocks face test at Democratic debates

Shares of U.S. health insurers that have rebounded in the past two months could come under pressure this week as Democrats square off in their first presidential debates, with healthcare policy reform..
Reuters - Published

FDA approves expanded label for Regeneron/Sanofi's Dupixent

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday approved Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc and Sanofi SA's drug Dupixent to treat nasal polyps, marking the third major use for the injectable medicine.
Reuters - Published

New Urine Test May Show Whether Prostate Cancer Needs Treatment

Researchers in the U.K. report that they've created a urine test that can predict the aggressiveness of a prostate cancer far sooner than standard methods.
Newsmax - Published

Chemical Found in Soap and Toothpaste Linked to Osteoporosis in Women

Women who have been exposed to a chemical found in soap, toothpaste, and mouthwash have a higher risk of developing osteoporosis, new research has found.
Newsmax - Published

10 Biggest Health Worries for Men Over 40

By the time most men reach 40 their bodies have gone through enough wear and tear that there are health concerns that need to be paid attention.
Newsmax - Published

Care cuts inevitable in 'fragile and failing' system

Councils plan to spend £22.5bn on services but tough decisions will still have to be made.
BBC News - Published

Interactive toys might bring hospitalized kids a little joy

(Reuters Health) - Hospitalized children who get to play with interactive robotic teddy bears might feel more joyful and agreeable than kids who get plain, old-fashioned stuffed animals, a small..
Reuters - Published

Elderly in U.S. emergency depts often can't afford medicines

(Reuters Health) - Older adults who come to U.S. emergency rooms often have trouble affording medications, a study shows.
Reuters - Published

Study: Sitting in Front of TV for Hours Increases Heart Attack Risk 50 Percent

Next time you're ready to hit the sofa for an evening of TV, think twice -- it just might kill you. Though too much sitting has long been linked to health risks, a new study suggests all sitting isn't..
Newsmax - Published

Glyphosate use will eventually end, Merkel says

Use of Bayer's contested weedkiller glyphosate, the subject of more than 10,000 lawsuits in the U.S. over claims it causes cancer, will eventually die out, German Chancellor Angela Merkel told the..
Reuters - Published

Afghanistan records tenth polio case in 2019 as security worsens: officials

Afghanistan, one of the last countries in the world where polio is still endemic, has registered its 10th case this year, with most coming in southern regions where Taliban militants have wide control,..
Reuters - Published

E-cigarettes: How safe are they?

They are much less harmful than smoking, despite a ban on sales of e-cigarettes in one US city.
BBC News - Published

Fate of opioid litigation hinges on government 'police power'

The fate of thousands of lawsuits seeking to hold drugmakers responsible for fueling the U.S. opioid epidemic hinges in part on a thorny legal question: Can a company can use a bankruptcy to stop..
Reuters - Published

Switzerland aims to legalise medical marijuana

The Swiss government aims to make it easier for patients to get medical marijuana, proposing on Wednesday to allow prescriptions for cannabis to treat people suffering from cancer or other serious..
Reuters - Published

AbbVie takes a $63bn Botox injection

Welcome to Due Diligence, the FT’s daily deals briefing
FT.com - Published

AbbVie hopes Botox-maker Allergan can iron out its wrinkles

Pipeline failures and drugs coming off patent lead to tie-up of pharma companies both once Wall Street favourites
FT.com - Published

Why rich countries are more prone to ‘vaccine hesitancy’

Social media has prompted what Unicef calls a ‘real infection of misinformation’
FT.com - Published

Niche trade unions buck trend of falling membership

Specialist organisations enjoy disproportionate success in attracting members
FT.com - Published

Prostate cancer: New urine test hope

prostate cancer: new urine test hope
The test sorts early cancers according to risk, so many men might be spared over-treatment, researchers say.
BBC News - Published

U.S. pork lobby says regulatory changes needed after Trump biotech order

The U.S. pork lobby said on Tuesday more must be done to simplify regulations for genetically altered livestock, weeks after President Donald Trump signed an executive order to streamline the review..
Reuters - Published

NHS property agency taken to task by financial watchdog

Group is owed £576m in unpaid rent and has racked up £1bn of losses
FT.com - Published

Generic drugs sector says Brexit threatens low prices

Report finds medicines can be up to 4.5 times more expensive in Europe
FT.com - Published

Juul loses home turf as San Francisco bans e-cigarette sales

San Francisco will become the first major city in the United States to ban the sale of e-cigarettes as officials look to control the rapid uptick in teenage use of nicotine devices made by companies..
Reuters - Published

San Francisco becomes first US city to ban e-cigarettes

san francisco becomes first us city to ban e-cigarettes
The US city, home to market leader Juul, is the first to ban sales in-store and from online retailers.
BBC News - Published Also reported by •Reuters

Opioid use booming as tramadol crisis emerges in Africa - U.N. drug report

Synthetic opioid use is booming, the United Nations said on Wednesday in a worldwide drug report that showed deaths in the United States from overdoses still rising and a "crisis" of tramadol use..
Reuters - Published

Tobacco, vape shops sell more to minors than other retailers

U.S. regulations require retailers to check ID for everyone under age 27 who tries to buy tobacco products, but half of tobacco and vape shops don't do this, a 2018 study of California retailers..
Reuters - Published

Yes, counting steps might make you healthier

People who track their daily steps may not only be more active, they may also be less likely to develop health problems that lead to events like heart attacks or broken bones, a new study suggests.
Reuters - Published

Unproven stem cell therapies often peddled by doctors without training

At U.S. clinics advertising unproven stem cell treatments, roughly two-thirds of the clinicians may be physicians, but a new study suggests these doctors are often trained in specialties unrelated to..
Reuters - Published

Akorn gets FDA warning letter for another manufacturing plant

Akorn Inc said on Tuesday it received a warning letter from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration regarding its manufacturing facility in New Jersey, the latest in a string of setbacks for the generic..
Reuters - Published

Illinois joins 10 other U.S. states in legalizing recreational marijuana

Illinois on Tuesday became the 11th U.S. state to legalize the recreational use of marijuana by adults after Governor J.B. Pritzker signed into law a bill that also provides for the removal of certain..
Reuters - Published

AbbVie/Allergan: not looking good

Even desperate companies cannot count on shareholder support
FT.com - Published

Vitamin deficiencies may be the only sign of celiac disease

(Reuters Health) - Adults with undiagnosed celiac disease often have nutrient deficiencies as the only sign of the condition, researchers say.
Reuters - Published

Migraine in pregnancy linked with complications for mothers and babies

(Reuters Health) - Pregnant women with migraine headaches are more likely to develop complications, and their babies are at higher risk for complications early after birth, too, a large study from..
Reuters - Published

FDA warns companies selling kratom products on opioid addiction claims

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued warning letters on Tuesday to two privately held companies for illegally selling unapproved, misbranded drugs containing kratom claiming to cure opioid..
Reuters - Published

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