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As Baby Formula Shortage Continues, Experts Offer Guidance to Frantic Parents
Title: As Baby Formula Shortage Continues, Experts Offer Guidance to Frantic Parents
Immunotherapy Drug Can Lower Recurrence When Bladder Cancer Spreads
Title: Immunotherapy Drug Can Lower Recurrence When Bladder Cancer Spreads
FDA Expands Baby Formula Market to Foreign Suppliers, Moves to Reopen Abbott Plant
Title: FDA Expands Baby Formula Market to Foreign Suppliers, Moves to Reopen Abbott Plant
Cutting Pollution From Power Plants, Transport Could Save 50,000 U.S. Lives Each Year
Title: Cutting Pollution From Power Plants, Transport Could Save 50,000 U.S. Lives Each Year
Dogs Accurately Sniff Out COVID-19 at Airports
Title: Dogs Accurately Sniff Out COVID-19 at Airports
How Herbal Supplements Sent One Woman to the ER
Title: How Herbal Supplements Sent One Woman to the ER
Menopause Might Worsen Jaw Pain in Women
Title: Menopause Might Worsen Jaw Pain in Women
HPV 'Herd Immunity' Now Helping Vaccinated, Unvaccinated Women
Title: HPV 'Herd Immunity' Now Helping Vaccinated, Unvaccinated Women
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Anti-abortion groups target women with misleading ads
Abortion providers describe a battle to put out accurate information.

North Korea: More than a million Covid cases feared
The military has been ordered to intervene as a wave of Covid cases sweeps the unvaccinated country.

Delhi suffers at 49C as heatwave sweeps India
Experts say India is now recording more intense, frequent heatwaves which are also longer in duration.

United States passes one million Covid deaths
It's the highest total in the world - but the WHO thinks the true death toll may be higher elsewhere.

Covid mask rule partially eased for EU air travel
Masks are no longer required on many EU flights, but countries including Germany, Italy and Spain keep the rule.

Spain plans menstrual leave in new law for those with severe pain
Spain could become the first European country with menstrual pain leave under a proposed law.

Kenyan fighting FGM crowned 'world's best nurse'
Anna Qabale Duba says the $250,000 prize money will help expand her school for children and adults.

North Korea: 'First' Covid cases prompt strict national lockdown
North Korea has rejected any kind of vaccine, with Kim Jong-un now ordering "maximum emergency" controls.

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Half of new nurses and midwives come from abroad
International recruitment hits record high with nurse leaders warning about sustainability of trend.

Monkeypox: Two more people infected to take total to nine in UK
The virus doesn't usually spread easily and the risk to the UK population is low, officials say.

The bitter fight over abortion clinic protests
Four years after the first buffer zone outside a clinic only two more have followed in England.

Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Trust admits failures after two patients die
One man, Mohammed Ismael Zaman, bled to death during dialysis, while the other was trapped in a bed.

Pret allergy death: Natasha Ednan-Laperouse's parents set up trial
The trial has been set up by the family of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse, who died after eating a sandwich.

Charlie King: TOWIE star describes body dysmorphia 'turmoil'
The former reality star appeared before the Health and Social Care Committee to discuss body image.

Breast cancer 'metal detector' recommended to NHS
The new gadget can help surgeons find and remove cancer that has spread from the breast, say experts.

Obesity strategy delay immoral, shallow and weak - ex-Tory leader
Lord Hague says the government is "shallow" and "politically weak" for delaying plans to curb obesity.


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