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Purdue Pharma Tentatively Settles Thousands of Opioids Cases 11 Sep 4:36pm Updated Purdue Pharma Tentatively Settles Thousands of Opioids Cases
The company and its owners, members of the Sackler family, have tentatively reached the first comprehensive settlement in thousands of cases nationwide.
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Trump Administration Weighs Ban on Flavored E-Cigarettes 11 Sep 3:12pm Updated Trump Administration Weighs Ban on Flavored E-Cigarettes
As vaping-related illnesses spread, President Trump and top health officials met at the White House to discuss ways to keep the products away from teenagers.
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Dutch Court Clears Doctor in Euthanasia of Dementia Patient 11 Sep 3:03pm Updated Dutch Court Clears Doctor in Euthanasia of Dementia Patient
Euthanasia is legal in the Netherlands, but prosecutors said they had filed charges in an effort to clarify ambiguities in the law.
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Purdue Pharma Settles Thousands of Opioids Cases 11 Sep 2:59pm Updated Purdue Pharma Settles Thousands of Opioids Cases
The company and its owners, members of the Sackler family, have tentatively reached the first comprehensive settlement in thousands of cases nationwide.
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Purdue Pharma Settles Opioids Case 11 Sep 2:41pm Purdue Pharma Settles Opioids Case
The company and its owners, members of the Sackler family, have tentatively reached the first comprehensive settlement in thousands of cases nationwide.
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Is It Time to Quit Vaping? 11 Sep 2:39pm Updated Is It Time to Quit Vaping?
Public health officials have recommended that people consider refraining from vaping while they investigate hundreds of cases of lung illness and six deaths linked to e-cigarettes in a largely unexplained health scare. Here’s what we know so far.
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11 Sep 2:00pm Updated Why Aren’t There Better Cancer Drugs? Scientists May Have Picked the Wrong Targets.
Drugs can stop cancer cells if they attack the right proteins. But many of these targets were chosen with dated, imprecise technology, a new study suggests.
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Health Toll of 9/11 May Include Heart Ills 11 Sep 1:52pm Updated Health Toll of 9/11 May Include Heart Ills
Firefighters who came to the World Trade Center site were at higher risk of heart attacks and stroke years later.
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Bloomberg Takes on Vaping After Giving $1 Billion to Fight Tobacco 11 Sep 1:46pm Updated Bloomberg Takes on Vaping After Giving $1 Billion to Fight Tobacco
New York’s former mayor has committed $160 million to ban flavored e-cigarettes amid a series of efforts designed to increase oversight of the industry.
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What You Need to Know About Vaping-Related Lung Illness 11 Sep 1:36pm Updated What You Need to Know About Vaping-Related Lung Illness
Coughing, fatigue and shortness of breath are warning signs for anyone who has vaped within the last 90 days.
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Cases of Vaping-Related Lung Illness Surge, Health Officials Say 11 Sep 1:36pm Updated Cases of Vaping-Related Lung Illness Surge, Health Officials Say
Indiana announced a third death linked to the illness on Friday, Minnesota a fourth and California a fifth. State and federal health officials are working urgently to understand the causes.
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Juul Illegally Marketed E-Cigarettes, F.D.A. Says 11 Sep 1:35pm Updated Juul Illegally Marketed E-Cigarettes, F.D.A. Says
The agency sent a warning letter to the company, saying it violated regulations by touting its vaping products as safer than traditional tobacco cigarettes.
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Scientists Find the Skull of Humanity’s Ancestor, on a Computer 11 Sep 11:19am Updated Scientists Find the Skull of Humanity’s Ancestor, on a Computer
By comparing fossils and CT scans, researchers say they have reconstructed the skull of the last common forebear of modern humans.
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Pelosi Energizes Battle to Lower Drug Prices 11 Sep 8:26am Pelosi Energizes Battle to Lower Drug Prices
Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s draft plan to allow the federal government to negotiate the price of hundreds of drugs will add new urgency to Washington’s effort to fight rising prescription costs.
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11 Sep 5:00am The Unusual Tale of the Roaming Gallstones
The back pain and odd growth seemed to indicate cancer. But one doctor had a different idea entirely.
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Share of Americans With Health Insurance Declined in 2018 11 Sep 12:17am Updated Share of Americans With Health Insurance Declined in 2018
The drop, despite a strong economy, was the first since 2009 and at least partly caused by efforts to weaken the Affordable Care Act.
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