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Dig into those Caesar salads: The CDC declared the E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce officially over.
As an FDA advisory committee meeting gets underway to review cardiovascular risks with the gout drug febuxostat (Uloric), Public Citizen said the drug should just be banned.
Responding to an employee petition, Starbucks will install safe needle disposal containers in bathrooms at some of its Seattle-area coffee shops.
Apple will have the same impact on healthcare that it had on portable phones, predicted former CEO John Sculley. (CNBC)
The bigger your belly, the smaller your brain? (Fox News)
Video-game makers try to muscle the World Health Organization into retracting its recognition of “gaming disorder.” (Reuters)
Parents make the gut-wrenching decision to give up custody to assure their kids get needed mental health services. (ABC News)
More than half of marijuana users reported driving a car within 2 hours of toking, and 20% said they were “very high” at the time. (CNY Central)
A Connecticut judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by 37 cities in the state against opioid manufacturers. (Washington Post)
“Like, why would anybody think this is a good idea?” celebrity fitness trainer Jillian Michaels asked about the keto weight-loss regimen. (USA Today)
Justice served: 10-year prison sentence for Massachusetts man found guilty of the 2014 cyberattack on Boston Children’s Hospital and another facility. (Reuters)
An early Valentine’s Day greeting from the FDA: Possible hepatitis A contamination of Bauer’s Candies individually wrapped chocolate-covered marshmallow treats.
Straight from the National Institutes of Health: If HIV is undetectable, the virus can’t be transmitted.
An artificial intelligence program might be able to predict genetic disorders by analyzing pictures of a person’s face. (The Register)
Normal people share irrational fears that also kinda make sense. (BuzzFeed)
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