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QuickLink: FDA approves first spray-on skin product - A product that sprays on skin cells to treat burns just won approval from the FDA.... [Read More]
African Americans and Hispanics are hardest hit by the growing epidemic, the statistics show. [Read More]
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Chewable products that protect dogs and cats against fleas can cause neurological problems such as stumbling or seizures. [Read More]
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Flea and tick pills made using isoxazoline can cause neurological problems in cats and dogs, the FDA says, and labels need to warn of the... [Read More]
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The epidemic of drug overdose deaths started 40 years ago, long before opioid pills were freely prescribed, a new analysis finds. [Read More]
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The Department of Homeland Security has already used information from the work to try to convict smuggling kingpins. [Read More]
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The FDA has launched a new anti-vaping campaign aimed at scaring teens away from e-cigarettes, saying products such as Juul and Blu deliver addictive nicotine. [Read More]
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The system for allocating liver transplants is stacked against kids, a new study finds. [Read More]
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The FDA says teen vaping is an epidemic. Educators and pediatricians agree and say e-cigarettes are already addicting a new generation to nicotine. [Read More]
The approach may help inform people with rare and little-understood BRCA mutations. [Read More]
Health apps can help patients take charge of their health, says the American Heart Association, which also endorses the EKG app. [Read More]
Census Bureau data released Wednesday shows the median household income increased in 2017 to $61,372 — a third straight year of record growth. [Read More]
The FDA is now considering a ban on all flavored e-cigarettes. [Read More]
Teen use of e-cigarettes, including Juul and other vaping products, is an epidemic, the FDA says. [Read More]
"I do remember thinking that this is probably going to kill me," one firefighter said. [Read More]
Thousands of firefighters and others who responded to the 9/11 attack have developed cancer and other health problems, doctors say. More will follow. [Read More]
The study may help explain why so many unneeded opioid prescriptions get written. [Read More]
Teens think social media companies are manipulating them, a report shows. [Read More]
Marijuana users were also more likely to abuse alcohol and illegal drugs. [Read More]
Marijuana users were also more likely to abuse alcohol and illegal drugs. [Read More]
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