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Remnants of bird flu virus found in pasteurized milk, FDA says

U.S. health officials say samples of pasteurized milk have tested positive for remnants of the bird flu virus that has infected dairy cows More »

 

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Mississippi lawmakers haggle over possible Medicaid expansion as their legislative session nears end

Top Mississippi lawmakers have started negotiating on what could become a landmark plan to expand Medicaid coverage to tens of thousands of people in one of the poorest states in the U.S. But even with Republicans controlling both the state House and Senate, it’s far from clear that they will reach a compromise More »

 

Global plastic pollution treaty talks hit critical stage in Canada

Thousands of negotiators and observers representing most of the world’s nations are gathering in the Canadian city of Ottawa this week to craft a treaty to end the rapidly escalating problem of plastic pollution More »

 

US health officials warn of counterfeit Botox injections

U.S. health officials are warning of counterfeit Botox injections after more than 20 people got sick More »

 

Ashley Judd and Aloe Blacc help the White House unveil its national suicide prevention strategy

Actor Ashley Judd and singer-songwriter Aloe Blacc have helped the Biden administration promote its new national strategy to prevent suicide More »

 

Get better sleep with these 5 tips from experts

Nearly a third of American adults don't get the recommended seven to nine hours of sleep per night More »

 

Biden blames Trump for Florida's 6-week abortion ban, says women nationwide face health crisis

President Joe Biden is blaming Donald Trump for Florida’s upcoming abortion ban and other restrictions across the country that have imperiled access to care for pregnant women More »

 

What's EMTALA, the patient protection law at the center of Supreme Court abortion arguments?

The Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday in a case that could determine whether doctors can provide abortions to pregnant women with medical emergencies in states that enact abortion bans More »

 

Abortion returns to the spotlight in Italy, 46 years after it was legalized

Italian Premier Giorgia Meloni’s far-right-led government has scored a victory with the Senate approving a law allowing anti-abortion groups access to women considering ending their pregnancies More »

 

The pandemic exposed staff shortages at nursing homes. A new White House push aims for a remedy

The White House is aiming to correct the short staffing at nursing homes that was exposed by the COVID-19 pandemic More »

 

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