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Pence woos 2016 anti-Trumpers to bankroll billion-dollar reelection - POLITICO
Pence woos 2016 anti-Trumpers to bankroll billion-dollar reelection  POLITICO

When Vice President Mike Pence appeared before some of the GOP's most powerful donors at the iconic Pebble Beach golf course on Monday evening, he did ...


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Global Health: A Twin Inside a Twin: In Colombia, an Extraordinary Birth
What appeared to be a cyst in a healthy fetus turned out to be an unformed twin “absorbed” early in pregnancy, connected by a second umbilical cord and still growing.
Reports of Breast Implant Illnesses Prompt Federal Review
The Food and Drug Administration is taking another look at breast implants because of renewed safety concerns.
F.D.A. Approves First Drug for Postpartum Depression
The medication works quickly, within 48 hours. But it’s an expensive infusion and requires a stay in a medical center.
W.H.O. Panel Demands a Registry for Human Gene Editing
The panel, established after a Chinese experiment produced embryo-edited babies, said all human genome editing research should be listed in a registry.
Trump Plans to End the AIDS Epidemic. In Places Like Mississippi, Obstacles Are Everywhere.
The administration will focus on more than 50 “hot spots” in the U.S. that annually account for half of new H.I.V. infections. A clinic in the Deep South sees the challenges every day.
Knowing the Right Time to Say Goodbye to a Pet
End-of-life decisions for animals are difficult. A veterinarian has developed a scale to help clear up the confusion.
Tens of Thousands of Heart Patients May Not Need Open-Heart Surgery
Replacement of the aortic valve with a minimally invasive procedure called TAVR proved effective in younger, healthier patients.
Personal Health: When the Benefits of Statins Outweigh the Risks
Knowing the odds of side effects and making sure to get periodic checkups that would pick up an adverse reaction, I chose to focus on the drugs’ potential benefits.
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Stopping Aspirin 3 Months After Stent Is Safe, Study Finds
Title: Stopping Aspirin 3 Months After Stent Is Safe, Study Finds
World's Oldest Stored Semen Successfully Used to Breed Sheep
Title: World's Oldest Stored Semen Successfully Used to Breed Sheep
Can Some Children Outgrow Autism?
Title: Can Some Children Outgrow Autism?
Hormonal Therapy for Prostate Cancer Might Raise Depression Risk
Title: Hormonal Therapy for Prostate Cancer Might Raise Depression Risk
Tecentriq Approved for Small Cell Lung Cancer
Title: Tecentriq Approved for Small Cell Lung Cancer
Can High-Potency Pot Make You Crazy?
Title: Can High-Potency Pot Make You Crazy?
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Testosterone rules for female athletes 'unscientific'
There is a lack of evidence for the cut-off point adopted by athletics chiefs, a BMJ editorial says.

Potent cannabis increases risk of serious mental illness, says study
People who use potent cannabis increase their risk of serious mental illness, according to researchers.

San Francisco moves to ban e-cigarettes until health effects known
The law would halt sales until vaping's health effects are fully evaluated by US regulators.

Weedkiller glyphosate a 'substantial' cancer factor
Jury to consider damages after one of the world's most widely-used weedkillers is blamed for cancer.

Parkinson's smell test explained by science
A woman who can smell Parkinson's disease helps scientists discover what causes the musky odour.

People don't become 'adults' until their 30s, say scientists
Experts say people aged 18 are still going through changes in the brain that can affect behaviour.

UK medicinal cannabis 'patients in limbo'
It could take years for patients to get medicinal cannabis on the NHS, a parliamentary committee has heard.

Woman in China nearly dies after injecting herself with fruit juice
The woman in China suffered liver, kidney, heart and lung damage and spent days in intensive care.

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Roche sues U.S. executives in fight over diabetes test strips
Roche is seeking tens of millions of dollars in damages and compensation in a U.S. lawsuit against former executives of a Utah-based company, the Swiss drugmaker's latest case targeting what it calls fraudulent schemes involving its diabetes test strips.

Jury finding upends Bayer's Roundup defense strategy: experts
Bayer AG had hoped a new trial strategy focusing jurors on scientific evidence could stem a burgeoning tide of U.S. lawsuits over its glyphosate-based weed killer Roundup, but a second jury finding on Tuesday that the product caused cancer has narrowed the company's options, some legal experts said.

Jazz Pharma's sleep disorder treatment gets FDA nod
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Jazz Pharmaceuticals Plc's treatment for patients with a form of sleep disorder, the company said on Wednesday.

Congo Ebola outbreak spreads to city of Bunia
Health authorities in Democratic Republic of Congo have confirmed a case of Ebola in another city of close to 1 million people, the health ministry said on Wednesday.

With ADHD, amphetamine has double the psychosis risk of methylphenidate
(Reuters Health) - Children and young adults with attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) who are treated with the stimulants amphetamine or methylphenidate face a small but significant risk of developing psychosis, with amphetamine products twice as likely to spark at problem, researchers say.

U.S. jury hears more evidence as second phase of Roundup cancer trial begins
A lawyer for a man who sued Bayer AG unit Monsanto after developing cancer on Wednesday told a jury about the company's alleged efforts to influence scientists and regulators, a day after the jury found Bayer's glyphosate-based weed killer Roundup to have caused the man's disease.

FDA allows sale of certain blood pressure drugs amid shortage
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday said it will temporarily allow certain manufacturers to sell blood pressure medications containing specified levels of a probable cancer-causing impurity in order to maintain adequate supplies of the drug.

Study finds key details about 'punch drunk syndrome' and Alzheimer's
Scientists studying damaged brains of boxers and other sports people have found key details about a head injury-linked disease called "punch drunk syndrome" that could help the development of new diagnostics and treatments for Alzheimer's.

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NHS 'no chance of training enough staff'
Experts are warning nurses and GP shortages will worsen in England, unless radical action is taken.

Testosterone rules for female athletes 'unscientific'
There is a lack of evidence for the cut-off point adopted by athletics chiefs, a BMJ editorial says.

Instagram eating disorder content 'out of control'
Psychiatrists raise concerns as the BBC finds children are swapping extreme images of weight loss.

Unprecedented drug shortage linked to Brexit, NHS bosses say
Hospitals in England are experiencing a "spike" in medicine shortages, an NHS leader tells BBC Newsnight.

'No consent' for teeth removal op on woman who later died
Rachel Johnston, who had learning difficulties, died weeks after all her teeth were removed.

Potent cannabis increases risk of serious mental illness, says study
People who use potent cannabis increase their risk of serious mental illness, according to researchers.

Childcare offered for free to smear-test mums
Dozens of providers are offering an hour of free care so mothers can attend cervical screening appointments.

Parkinson's smell test explained by science
A woman who can smell Parkinson's disease helps scientists discover what causes the musky odour.


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Red lump in Spanish woman’s belly button signals advanced cancer, report finds
A 73-year-old woman in Spain with a painful red lump growing out of her belly button was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, a new report said.
Chinese woman injects fruit juice concoction into her body, almost dies: reports
A woman in China almost died after she injected herself with fruit juice.
OxyContin producer’s $1.3M donation dropped by UK’s National Portrait Gallery amid US opioid crisis lawsuit debacle
London’s National Portrait Gallery announced Wednesday it will not proceed with a $1.3 million grant from the Sackler family, whose company Purdue Pharma produces opioid prescription painkiller OxyContin, amid controversy over the
Smoking strong pot daily could raise psychosis risk, study finds
Smoking high-potency marijuana every day could increase the chances of developing psychosis by nearly five times, according to the biggest-ever study to examine the impact of pot on psychotic disorder rates.
National Guard recruit battling flesh-eating bacteria after falling ill at basic training
The family of a 21-year-old California National Guard recruit is asking for prayers as he remains hospitalized for a flesh-eating bacteria infection he contracted after testing positive for a strain of strep while at basic trainin
Temple mumps outbreak swells to 67 likely cases
 Philadelphia health officials say they've now believe 67 people have contracted mumps at Temple University.
Lawsuit: Vanderbilt hospital operated on wrong kidney
A Tennessee woman says Vanderbilt University Medical Center operated on the wrong kidney during her surgery in what federal officials call a "never event."
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