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- Abortion’s downward spiral appears to be over. It’s but a slight uptick, yet an uptick nonetheless, considering that abortion numbers have been on the decline in this country since 2009.
- Smelly fish aren’t the only thing to worry about rotting right now, as the FDA announced a voluntary tartar sauce recall from House-Autry Mills, Inc.
- Here's our top pick for the best baby bouncer.
- Here's our top acne treatment pick.
- Breastfeeding can sometimes be an uncomfortable and painful experience, but a breast therapy pack can help.
- People will be hiding half their faces for the unforeseeable future. For those with a high-tech bent, you now have some innovative choices.
- In a study published by JAMA Psychiatry methamphetamine overdose deaths rose dramatically over an eight-year period from 2011-2018
- Joe Biden on Wednesday took the oath to become the 46th president of the United States, vowing to bring the nation together in the midst of an ongoing pandemic that has claimed more than 400,000 lives, enormous economic dislocation and civil unrest so serious that the U.S. Capitol steps where he took his oath were surrounded not by cheering crowds, but by tens of thousands of armed police and National Guard troops.
- Disinfectant wipes and sprays have been in short supply as people scramble for the old standbys of home disinfecting. But a recent EPA approval now permits a new weapon into the arsenal: a thyme-derived disinfectant spray from Laboratoire M2, Inc.
- President Joe Biden called for American unity after four years of political divisiveness and the “raging fire” it provoked. The new president stutters, and his speech, made with the whole world watching, was a powerful example to those millions of Americans who, like me, stutter.
- Nestle Prepared Foods issues massive 700,000-pound recall of Hot Pockets.
- With both Covid-10 vaccines now in distribution, more shots are reaching more arms. But, more shots yield more data, more reactions, and hence, more problems.
- Juice manufacturer in Washington state is shut down, accused of selling product contaminated with toxins.
- New changes have moved frontline workers down the list for getting a coronavirus vaccine.
- A recall alert for Sportmix pet food has been expanded to cover more products. Toxin-tainted dog food is being blamed for the deaths of 70 or more pets.
- With kitchen tables and beds our current workstations, good posture has gone the way of the Happy Hour -- it's little wonder backs ache.
- The scent of sickness: 5 questions answered about using dogs – and mice and ferrets – to detect diseaseAs COVID-19 continues to spread worldwide, scientists are analyzing new ways to track it. One promising approach is training dogs to detect people who are infected by smelling samples of human urine or sweat
- A recent choice at Jupiter Medical Center sparked outrage among workers left unvaccinated, including those at one of the hospital’s urgent care clinics, or who believe the hospital was currying favor with wealthy insiders before getting all its staffers protected, according to a hospital employee who spoke on the condition of not being named.
- One kind of Dole premade salads has been recalled due to a product mix-up.
- Up until now, those with diabetes whose blood glucose levels sank to dangerous levels had no choice but to pay brand name prices for glucagon.
- Children on the run burn energy and tend to stay lean, while those who prefer to sit while playing video games or watching television tend towards the opposite. Could the growing use of video games play a part?
- ‘Once you engage in political violence, it becomes easier to do it again’ – an expert on political violence reflects on events at the Capitol‘Once you engage in political violence, it becomes easier to do it again’ – an expert on political violence reflects on events at the Capitol.
- Soho Fresh is recalling one lot of rubbing alcohol, sent to retail stores across the country, after the FDA found that the product contains methanol.
- A peanut allergy therapy, approved pre-Covid, is re-emerging.
- Recent research suggests a new lab test can help to diagnose Alzheimer’s Disease quickly and easily.
- Last month, the FDA granted Emergency Use Authorization for at-home Covid-19 tests. Now, several at-home tests are available from major retailers.
- Emotional Support Animals have lost privileges in a new rule from the Department of Transportation.
- For millions of Americans with asthma, breathing problems are a real, everyday risk. Hispanic-Americans are more likely to have asthma than other groups of Americans, and researchers have been working to find the reason why.
- The FDA announces another recall of metformin, the type 2 diabetes medication, because of possible carcinogenic contamination.
- American society is riven down the middle. In the 2020 presidential election, many people came to the polls to vote against the other candidate rather than enthusiastically to support the one who secured their vote. While this intense polarization is distinctly American, born of a strong two-party system, the antagonistic emotions behind it are not.