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Lilly selling half-price version of popular insulin drug
5/22/2019 09:46:00 AM
A half-price version of Eli Lilly's popular Humalog insulin is now available, following the company's promise in March to offer diabetics a more affordable option.
Heat and violence pose twin threats for asylum-seekers waiting at border
5/22/2019 09:33:00 AM
For Central American migrants who follow U.S. government rules for pursuing asylum, conditions on the Mexican side of the border are unsafe and not getting better.
Heart disease deaths in middle-aged women on the rise
5/22/2019 02:25:00 AM
A rise in risk factors like obesity along with the high cost of health care and insurance may play a role.
Teen mothers using IUDs less likely to also use condoms
5/21/2019 06:06:00 PM
Long-acting contraceptives don't protect against sexually transmitted infections
Cholesterol improves in U.S. kids despite high obesity rates
5/21/2019 12:10:00 PM
Cholesterol levels in children and teens improved in the latest analysis of U.S. health surveys, yet only half of them had readings considered ideal.
Mississippi 6-week abortion ban heads to federal court
5/21/2019 10:27:05 AM
A federal judge who struck down Mississippiā€™s 15-week abortion ban last year is hearing arguments about a new law that puts the ban even earlier.
CBD oil may help limit cravings and anxiety in heroin users, study finds
5/21/2019 01:55:00 AM
The team of New York-based scientists suggests CBD may have a potential role in helping to break the cycle of addiction.
Cases of the measles continue to grow in the U.S.
5/20/2019 11:27:00 AM
Some states are pressing forward with legislation aimed at limiting vaccine exemptions.
U.N. health agency struggles with travel abuses
5/20/2019 11:02:00 AM
Traveling in business class, booking expensive last-minute tickets and not getting required approval are abuses that could spook potential donors.
Potassium chloride tastes and acts like salt, but do consumers know what it is?
5/17/2019 03:19:00 PM
What's in a name? The FDA hopes changing how a salt alternative is listed on ingredient labels will reduce Americans' sodium intake.