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The national governing body for triathlon will become the first organization of its type to sign a deal with a company that sells products containing cannabidiol.

Source Feed: NYT > Health
Categories: cannabis foods and products, doping (sports), united states anti-doping agency, colorado

A former psychiatrist and real-estate speculator turned to helping the poor make money by selling foot pumps, charcoal and clean water

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Categories: foreign aid, philanthropy, deaths (obituaries), poverty, refugees and displaced persons, third world and developing countries, united nations high commission for refugees, world bank, colorado, czechoslovakia, india, somalia


A federal judge had summoned chief executives of drug companies and representatives of states and local governments to try to hammer out a deal. But some issues remain unresolved.

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Categories: suits and litigation (civil), states (us), opioids and opiates, drugs (pharmaceuticals), amerisourcebergen corp, cardinal health inc, mckesson corporation, polster, dan aaron, your-feed-healthcare

A landmark trial over the U.S. opioid epidemic is on track to begin on Monday after drug companies and local governments failed to agree on a settlement on Friday that had been expected to be valued at around $50 billion.

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The U.S. Food & Drug Administration said on Friday that it found that a sample from one lot of Johnson & Johnson's baby powder contained chrysotile fibers, a type of asbestos, confirming test results the company disclosed earlier on Friday.

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New cases are down to 15 a week from a high of 128 in April, but outbreaks are still popping up in remote and dangerous mining areas.

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Categories: ebola virus, epidemics, disasters and emergencies, vaccination and immunization, world health organization, tedros adhanom ghebreyesus, congo, democratic republic of (congo-kinshasa), uganda

(Reuters Health) - People who were exposed to more sources of stress in the womb and early childhood may be more sensitive to pain by early adulthood than their counterparts with little or no exposure to stress early on, a recent study suggests.

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(Reuters Health) - Secondhand smoke may damage children's eyes and possibly lead to problems with sight later in life, new findings suggest.

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The company’s announcement follows decisions by Walgreens, CVS and others to remove the drug from their shelves and after other manufacturers recalled their products.

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Categories: sanofi sa, drugs (pharmaceuticals), cancer, hazardous and toxic substances, food and drug administration, recalls and bans of products, heartburn, your-feed-healthcare, zantac, united states, canada

The defibrillator beeps. No response. The air is prickly with his life force waning. “One, two, three…,” they count.

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Categories: airlines and airplanes, deaths (fatalities), flight attendants, medicine and health

A federal appeals court’s ruling on the Affordable Care Act could be a huge headache for the president and take Democrats’ focus off Medicare for all.

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Categories: health insurance and managed care, patient protection and affordable care act (2010), united states politics and government, trump, donald j

Facing multiple inquiries into its marketing practices and its role in the rise of teenage vaping, the company suspended internet access to mango, cucumber and other pods.

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Categories: e-cigarettes, smoking and tobacco, e-commerce, advertising and marketing, nicotine, juul labs inc, teenagers and adolescence, regulation and deregulation of industry, united states politics and government, crosthwaite, k c, food and drug administration, your-feed-healthcare

Young athletes are practicing too hard in just one sport, increasing the risk of injuries and burnout. New guidelines urge parents to reduce the intensity.

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Categories: your-feed-science, athletics and sports, sports injuries, exercise, youth, parenting, sports medicine, coaches and managers, national athletic trainers' assn


Americans spent $1.4 billion on the most popular brands of children's fruit drinks and flavored waters last year. Yet according to nutritional guidelines, none of the drinks were healthy.

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He thought vaping THC would be safer than smoking marijuana, but the fumes shut down his lungs.

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Categories: e-cigarettes, respiratory diseases, marijuana, drug abuse and traffic, lungs, long island jewish medical center, thc, hazardous and toxic substances, gregory rodriguez, smoking and tobacco, epidemics







As the fall chill sets in, you may see some men sporting scruffy faces. It could be laziness, it could be a fashion statement, or maybe it's a way for men to look out for each other.

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Johnson & Johnson said FDA testing as recently as last month found no trace of asbestos. The company says the FDA's most recent test found "sub-trace levels" of asbestos in samples from a single bottle.

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The flavors dropped by Juul will be mango, creme, fruit and cucumber, which account for 10% of its sales. The company will continue to sell its most popular flavors: mint and menthol, the AP reported.

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The exemption rate for one or more required vaccines was 2.5% in the 2018-19 school year, up from 2.3% in the previous year, and 2.1% in the 2016-17 school year, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CNN reported Friday.

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Fortunately, most incidents of cosmetic counterfeiting or product tampering aren't as serious. But if you don't buy from reputable retailers, it's hard to know exactly what's in the products you're putting on your face.

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Nearly all foods made for babies contain at least one toxic heavy metal that can harm brain development, according to a large new study that tested 13 different types of baby foods, including puffs, infant formula, teething biscuits, juices, cereals, and purees.

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The study found that women who had irregular periods or extra-long menstrual cycles had as much as a one-third higher risk of death during the two-decade study compared to women who usually had a normal menstrual cycle.

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