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Tuesday 25th September 2018

Virginia suspends controversial tampon ban for prison visitors

Inmate advocates said the proposed policy would have violated the privacy rights of female visitors.

Drug prices climb despite Trump promise

An Associated Press analysis of brand-name prescription drug prices shows that it’s been business as usual for drugmakers.

Trump HHS cancels fetal tissue contract

The department says it will examine all federal use of fetal tissue for research.

Planned Parenthood Will Pay Its Own Fetal Tissue Costs

Responding to a furor over undercover videos, Planned Parenthood says it will maintain programs at some of its clinics that make fetal tissue availabl

Why Do Researchers Want Tissue From Aborted Fetuses?

The political firestorm over Planned Parenthood "sting" video raises a separate issue: Why would anyone use tissue from an aborted fetus?

New TB vaccine stops active infection, sometimes

The vaccine works in people who have latent infections, meaning they do not yet have any symptoms.

Syphilis cases double in babies, CDC finds

Some pregnant women may need to be tested more than once, the CDC said.

Study questions whether boys are better at math

Sex stereotypes may account for why men dominate science and math, the researchers say.

Rebel fighting threatens Ebola effort in Congo

Politicians are also spreading fear, making people reluctant to get vaccinated, WHO says.

'Invisible ink' darkens in the sun, providing cheap sun sensor

The ink could be used to make cheap bracelets, stickers or headbands, the researchers say.

Monday 24th September 2018

10 fall recipes to add to your menu right now

Cauliflower, pumpkin and other staples of the autumn harvest are now in season. Think outside the (farm share) box with these creative recipes.

Pain device zaps spine, helps patients walk

The experiments show that the spine can act on its own to move limbs, the researchers say.

CIA Director Gina Haspel pledges to target opioids entering the U.S.

In her first public appearance as director, Haspel was not asked about Trump's criticisms of the intelligence community.

Sunday 23rd September 2018

Coca-Cola's interest in CBD a sign of high hopes

Cannabidiol, a compound of marijuana that does not get the user high, is becoming popular in consumer products but needs more research, experts say.

Why New York State is making teachers and kids talk about mental health

Psychologists and other mental health experts say it’s a big deal.

Friday 21st September 2018

FDA approves first spray-on skin product

The ReCell product will transform how burns are treated, its developers say.

Alzheimer's cases to nearly triple by 2060, CDC says

African Americans and Hispanics are hardest hit by the growing epidemic, the statistics show.

Proposed circumcision ban rattles Jews, Muslims in Iceland

“It’s like they’re closing doors for Jews and Muslims, that they’re not welcome," one Muslim community leader said.

Thursday 20th September 2018

FDA warns about flea pills for dogs and cats

Labels on the products need to lay out more clearly how to use them safely, the FDA says.

California to require professional cosmetics to list ingredients in bid for worker health

The law requires professional cosmetics sold on or after July 1, 2020, to disclose ingredients in the same way as consumer cosmetics under federal law.

Opioid crisis started 40 years ago, report argues

Efforts to fight the epidemic must focus on more than just the availability of certain drugs, the researchers say.

Medical journal retracts six articles from Ivy League professor

The articles include one on a study that said people eat more when served food in large bowls and another that hungry shoppers buy foods with more calories.

On anniversary of Hurricane Maria, Puerto Ricans mourn, look back

“We’re getting used to a new normal," said a resident. "We have to cry and mourn because we’re basically burying our old life in Puerto Rico.”

This 30-minute morning routine will change the tone of your day

What you do the moment you open your eyes has more impact than you may think on setting the tone for the day.

Tuesday 18th September 2018

Tracking down sex partners to halt a rise in STDs

Clackamas County health workers ask anyone who comes in with an STD who their sexual partners are. Then Mary Horman and Liz Baca get to work.

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