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It’s not too late — for citizens in these 33 states to enroll in Obamacare. (CNBC)
The FDA said it was dropping plans to allow generic drug manufacturers to update safety information on their products’ labels without prior approval, after companies complained that the proposal would actually impose new burdens and liabilities.
Could a “futures market” for medical cures be the solution to sky-high drug prices? (STAT)
Criminal convictions were handed down Thursday in the trial of executives and employees of the now-defunct Massachusetts compounding pharmacy at the center of 2012’s fungal meningitis outbreak. (Reuters)
Got malaria? There’s an app for that. (CNN)
A woman’s tweets about surviving a heart attack went viral overnight, attracting 70,000 “likes” and 40,000 retweets. (Fox News)
Senior citizens listen up: Sexual activity is equivalent to walking up two flights of stairs — and way more fun. (Newsweek)
Inflammatory bowel disease may dramatically increase the risk of heart disease and heart attack. (Reuters)
Kids performed better in school when classes started later. (Scary Mommy)
A Florida judge rejected a convicted child abuser’s bid for a new trial, including testimony from two radiologists who offered alternative explanations for injuries seen on x-rays made of the man’s infant son 25 years ago. (CNN)
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