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OSHA cites Bay Fabrication for worker injuries - Green Bay Press Gazette;

OSHA cites Bay Fabrication for worker injuries - Green Bay Press Gazette

Fox11online.comOSHA cites Bay Fabrication for worker injuriesGreen Bay Press GazetteGREEN BAY - The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration cited Bay Fabrication for workplace safety violations after two workers were injured nine days apart. On Wednesday, OSHA issued citations for a willful violation, a repeated violation, ...Company exposed employees to chemical compound, OSHA saysNJ.comOSHA cites Bay Fabrication in worker injuriesMilwaukee Journal SentinelNYC construction deaths and injuries rise as inspections declineNew York Daily NewsEHS Today -Safety+Health magazine -Fox11online.com -Coshocton Tribuneall 29 news articles »

Extensively Drug-Resistant TB on the Rise in South Africa - Voice of America;

Extensively Drug-Resistant TB on the Rise in South Africa - Voice of America

Times of IndiaExtensively Drug-Resistant TB on the Rise in South AfricaVoice of AmericaFILE - A doctor examines chest X-rays at a tuberculosis clinic in Gugulethu, Cape Town, South Africa in 2007. Share. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share on Google+ · Email to a Friend. Print. See comments. Extensively drug-resistant ...Person-to-person contact may cause most drug-resistant TB casesYahoo NewsStudy provides new evidence on role of person-to person transmission in drug-resistant tuberculosisMedical XpressWhy Is Extensively Drug-Resistant TB On The Rise?KPBSWall Street Journal -STAT -AIDS.gov blog (blog)all 8 news articles »

Idaho man seriously injured after e-cigarette explodes in his face - KSL.com;

Idaho man seriously injured after e-cigarette explodes in his face - KSL.com

DailyEnterpriserIdaho man seriously injured after e-cigarette explodes in his faceKSL.comEditor's Note: The link to Andrew Hall's Facebook page and to the EastIdahoNews.com story contain graphic photos of his injury. POCATELLO – A Pocatello man is recovering after he claims an e-cigarette exploded in his face, causing significant injuries ...This Man Lost 7 Teeth After His Vape Pen Exploded In His FaceRefinery29Idaho man loses his teeth after vape explodes in his faceDaily MailMan Loses Multiple Teeth in E-Cig BlastNBC 6 South FloridaFox News -Opposing Views -LocalNews8.com -The Registerall 45 news articles »

Mold Inside Sophie the Giraffe Toys: Should Parents Worry? - Live Science;

Mold Inside Sophie the Giraffe Toys: Should Parents Worry? - Live Science

Live ScienceMold Inside Sophie the Giraffe Toys: Should Parents Worry?Live ScienceSome parents recently got a shocking sight when they cut open their child's favorite teething toy, Sophie the Giraffe: The toy's innards were teeming with mold. But although the mold might look gross, it's unlikely to harm kids, experts say. This week ...Doctor: Don't panic over Sophie the giraffe moldWCAXParents mortified to find 'Sophie the Giraffe' toys full of moldNew York Daily NewsParents Find Mold Inside Popular Teething Toy5newsonline.comDaily Disruption -PhillyVoice.com -Romper -Essex Liveall 14 news articles »

Donors and Drug Makers Offer $500 Million to Control Global Epidemics - New York Times;

Donors and Drug Makers Offer $500 Million to Control Global Epidemics - New York Times

New York TimesDonors and Drug Makers Offer $500 Million to Control Global EpidemicsNew York TimesA child born with microcephaly caused by the Zika virus, during an evaluation at Fundação Altino Ventura in Recife, Brazil. A group of prominent donors announced Wednesday that they had raised almost $500 million for a new partnership to stop epidemics ...Vaccines for three deadly viruses fast-trackedBBC NewsInitiative aims to prevent epidemics with new vaccinesFox NewsNew global coalition launched to create vaccines, prevent epidemicsWashington PostThe Atlantic -Bloomberg -EurekAlert (press release) -Business Wire (press release)all 31 news articles »

McKesson, nation's largest drug distributor, to pay $150 million in fines in opioid settlement - Washington Post;

McKesson, nation's largest drug distributor, to pay $150 million in fines in opioid settlement - Washington Post

Washington PostMcKesson, nation's largest drug distributor, to pay $150 million in fines in opioid settlementWashington PostMcKesson, the largest drug distributor in the United States, has agreed to pay a record $150 million in fines and to suspend sales of controlled substances from four distribution centers to settle allegations that the company violated federal law, the ...Drug Distributor McKesson to Pay $150 Million in Painkiller Reporting CaseNBCNews.comMcKesson paying record $150M to settle with feds over opioid salesFiercePharmaMcKesson in record $150 million US settlement over suspicious drug ordersReutersStreetInsider.com -TheStreet.com -Pueblo Chieftain -NJ.comall 54 news articles »

Skin Cancer Cream Killed Dogs, FDA Says - NBCNews.com;

Skin Cancer Cream Killed Dogs, FDA Says - NBCNews.com

NBCNews.comSkin Cancer Cream Killed Dogs, FDA SaysNBCNews.comA cream used to treat and prevent skin cancer has killed five dogs who accidentally ate some, and the Food And Drug Administration is cautioning pet owners to keep it out of reach. The cream is called fluorouracil and is sold under the brand names ...FDA warns of skin cancer cream that killed 5 dogsFox NewsFDA Issues Warning After Skin Cancer Cream Reportedly Killed 5 DogsWCVB BostonSkin Cancer Cream Killed Five Dogs, FDA Warns Pet OwnersiTech Postall 5 news articles »

A Superbug That Resisted 26 Antibiotics - NPR;

A Superbug That Resisted 26 Antibiotics - NPR

NPRA Superbug That Resisted 26 AntibioticsNPR"People keep asking me, how close are we to going off the cliff," says Dr. James Johnson, professor of infectious diseases medicine at the University of Minnesota. The cliffside free fall he is talking about is the day that drug-resistant bacteria will ...Trump White House Entry Comes With Spread Of 'Untreatable Infections' In The USHealth AimDrug-resistant superbug may be more widespread than previously knownCNNStudy: CRE could be spreading more widely than we thinkCIDRAPFox 59 -Outbreak News Today -Courthouse News Service -R & D Magazineall 94 news articles »

Drugmakers in Davos shift focus to chronic diseases of poor - Reuters;

Drugmakers in Davos shift focus to chronic diseases of poor - Reuters

Moneycontrol.comDrugmakers in Davos shift focus to chronic diseases of poorReutersDAVOS, Switzerland Two decades after they were spurred into action to tackle AIDS in Africa, global drugmakers said on Wednesday they would invest $50 million over three years to fight cancer and other non-communicable diseases in poor countries.Drug companies pledge to improve emerging markets cancer careFinancial Timesall 2 news articles »

Recent weather leads to local blood shortage - Martinsville Bulletin;

Recent weather leads to local blood shortage - Martinsville Bulletin

Martinsville BulletinRecent weather leads to local blood shortageMartinsville BulletinA look at the Martinsville Red Cross building, over at 1081 Spruce Street. The organization finds itself in need of blood donors. prev. next. MARTINSVILLE – As fast as the blood came into the American Red Cross, it went out again. The group, both here ...Red Cross seeks donations after snow cancels drivesGreensboro News & RecordAmerican Red Cross seeks blood donationsParkersburg News10 Surprising Facts About Donating Blood; From Most Needed Blood Type To Time Of Year With Most ShortagesMedical DailyKansas State Collegian -Bucks County Courier Times -Marietta Times -WSIL TVall 53 news articles »

Abortion rate declines to historic low, with Obamacare a likely contributor, study says - Los Angeles Times;

Abortion rate declines to historic low, with Obamacare a likely contributor, study says - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesAbortion rate declines to historic low, with Obamacare a likely contributor, study saysLos Angeles TimesThe U.S. abortion rate has hit its lowest point since the procedure became legal nationwide in 1973, according to a new study. The researchers estimated that there were 926,200 abortions in 2014, or 14.6 abortions for every 1,000 women of reproductive age.Abortion falls to low since Roe v. WadeTribune-ReviewNew report: Abortions in US drop to lowest level since 1974Business InsiderAmerica's Abortion Rate Hits All-Time LowChristianityToday.comUSA TODAY -The Register-Guard -NPR -CNNall 96 news articles »

Patient Advocates Say Florida Proposal Would Be Illegal - Leafly;

Patient Advocates Say Florida Proposal Would Be Illegal - Leafly

LeaflyPatient Advocates Say Florida Proposal Would Be IllegalLeaflyTALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida health officials have begun the rules-making process that will expand those eligible to receive medical marijuana under Amendment 2, which took effect two weeks ago. The Department of Health published proposed rules ...Medical marijuana dispensary wants to set up shop in EmmausAllentown Morning CallNew medical marijuana rules draw fireThe LedgerProposed medical marijuana rules released by Florida officialsSun SentinelWDTN -GoErie.com -Tribune-Review -SaintPetersBlog (blog)all 29 news articles »

Legal Smoking Age Could Be Raised to 21 - KFDX;

Legal Smoking Age Could Be Raised to 21 - KFDX

KFDXLegal Smoking Age Could Be Raised to 21KFDXWICHITA FALLS - Texas could become the 3rd state to raise the smoking age to 21, with some lawmakers saying this is the year they could make that happen. Senator Carlos Uresti pitched raising the legal smoking age four times in the past, but this year ...New effort to make 21 the smoking age in Washington stateKOMO NewsTexas may raise smoking age to 21KTRK-TVRaising the age for legal tobacco purchase isn't the best way to reduce smokingDallas NewsCBS Local -KIRO Seattle -KVIA El Paso -India Todayall 20 news articles »

Health Law Repeal Could Cost 18 Million Their Insurance, Study Finds - New York Times;

Health Law Repeal Could Cost 18 Million Their Insurance, Study Finds - New York Times

New York TimesHealth Law Repeal Could Cost 18 Million Their Insurance, Study FindsNew York TimesThe offices of Sunshine Health and Life Advisors inside a Miami mall. The company's customers are worried about changes to the Affordable Care Act promised by President-elect Donald J. Trump. Credit Angel Valentin for The New York Times.18 million would lose insurance in first year of Obamacare repeal without replacement, CBO report saysWashington Post18 Million People Could Lose Insurance In First Year After Partial Obamacare RepealNPRWhat's in a Name? Obamacare May Not Have Been Such a Hot OneNBCNews.comLos Angeles Times -The Hill (blog) -Slate Magazine -Huffington Postall 1,410 news articles »

Trump Health Secretary Pick's Longtime Foes: Big Government and Insurance Companies - New York Times;

Trump Health Secretary Pick's Longtime Foes: Big Government and Insurance Companies - New York Times

New York TimesTrump Health Secretary Pick's Longtime Foes: Big Government and Insurance CompaniesNew York TimesRepresentative Tom Price, President-elect Donald J. Trump's pick for health and human services secretary, in Washington last week. Credit Al Drago/The New York Times. ROSWELL, Ga. — It was 1 in the morning, and the orthopedic surgeon on call was ...LGBT Rights Group Opposes Donald Trump's Health SecretaryTIMESanders warns HHS pick could move healthcare in 'wrong direction'The Hill (blog)Tom Price's confirmation hearing to begin Wednesday amid ethics allegationsMDJOnline.comLubbockOnline.com -Forbes -Yahoo News -PR Watchall 36 news articles »

Study uncovers hidden epidemic of eating disorders in middle-aged women - Telegraph.co.uk;

Study uncovers hidden epidemic of eating disorders in middle-aged women - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukStudy uncovers hidden epidemic of eating disorders in middle-aged womenTelegraph.co.ukTens of thousands of middle aged women are suffering from eating disorders in a hidden crisis brought on by divorce, financial problems and bereavement in mid-life, new figures suggest. It was traditionally thought that eating disorders were most ...You Should Be Wary Of Magazines' 'New Year' DietsHuffington PostWoman documents her recovery from anorexia on InstagramDaily MailEating disorders are affecting more UK women in their 40s and 50s BioMed CentralEurekAlert (press release)International Business Times UK -The Sun -Mirror.co.uk -PBS NewsHourall 20 news articles »

Another Trump cabinet pick might face conflict of interest - New York Daily News;

Another Trump cabinet pick might face conflict of interest - New York Daily News

New York Daily NewsAnother Trump cabinet pick might face conflict of interestNew York Daily NewsTrump faces potential conflict of interest by choosing Rep. Tom Price for Health and Human Services Secretary. Another Trump cabinet pick might face conflict of interest. BY Ginger Adams Otis. NEW YORK DAILY NEWS. Monday, January 16, 2017, 7:24 PM.HHS nominee's stock buys raise ethical questions: reportThe Hill (blog)CNN: Trump HHS Pick Pushed Bill That Favored Stock He OwnedNewsmaxPrice may have benefited from bill to delay bundled payments for hips and kneesModernHealthcare.comInternational Business Times UK -The Straits Times -Daily Kos -Raw Storyall 14 news articles »

Officials say California woman's death likely meningitis - Fox News;

Officials say California woman's death likely meningitis - Fox News

Fox NewsOfficials say California woman's death likely meningitisFox NewsHealth officials said a California Bay Area woman's death was likely caused by bacterial meningitis, which would make it the second fatality linked to the illness in one week. David Robson, Laura Robson's brother, told a local news outlet that his ...Woman dies of meningitis just days after SoulCycle fanaticDaily MailWoman Found Dead On Muni Bus Believed To Be Victim Of MeningitisCBS LocalVideo: 53-year-old woman discovered dead in SF bus, possible meningitis caseKRON4.comNew York Post -iTech Post -New York Daily News -San Francisco News (registration)all 15 news articles »

Does your child's Sophie the Giraffe toy have mold inside it? - USA TODAY;

Does your child's Sophie the Giraffe toy have mold inside it? - USA TODAY

USA TODAYDoes your child's Sophie the Giraffe toy have mold inside it?USA TODAYReports of mold found inside of "Sophie the Giraffe" teething toys are causing outrage among some parents. Pediatric dentist Dana Chianese said she was cleaning a Sophie the Giraffe toy last month when she smelled something musty coming from a hole on ...Parents claim to find mold inside popular teething toyFox NewsYour child's 'Sophie the Giraffe' toy might be filled with mold, parents warnkfor.comParents report mold in Sophie the Giraffe baby toyKTRK-TVChron.com -WPXI Pittsburgh -NBC2 News -Yahoo Foodall 43 news articles »

Caffeine may counter age-related inflammation - Stanford Medical Center Report;

Caffeine may counter age-related inflammation - Stanford Medical Center Report

Stanford Medical Center ReportCaffeine may counter age-related inflammationStanford Medical Center ReportA chronic inflammatory process that occurs in some, but not all, older people may trigger cardiovascular problems, a new Stanford study shows. Part of the solution might be found in a cup of coffee. Jan 16 2017. Man standing in front of kids on a swing ...Caffeine may be able to block inflammation, new research saysThe VergeCup of Joe Could Fight Age-Related InflammationLive ScienceCan Coffee Perk Up Heart Health, Too?HealthDayTimes of India -Scope (blog) -Health Aim -VideoNewsUsall 13 news articles »