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Emergency room visits related to car crashes declined in states with laws banning texting while driving. (CNN)
Kingston Pharma announced a limited recall of DG™/health NATURALS baby Cough Syrup + Mucus because of possible bacterial contamination.
UPS wants to get past the front door — it’s starting a project in which nurses will vaccinate people in their homes. (Reuters)
Mississippi’s governor signed legislation banning abortion when a fetus has a detectable heartbeat, which often occurs before a woman knows she is pregnant; judges recently blocked similar legislation in Kentucky and Iowa. (Reuters)
It’s not just Instagram: “Snapchat dysmorphia” is driving a booming business in plastic surgery. (Fox News)
On average, Americans spend 145 hours a year snoring. (Withings)
The CEO of drugstore giant CVS said the company will “walk slowly” with its introduction of cannabidiol products. (CNBC)
GlaxoSmithKline announced that its anti-B cell maturation antigen antibody-drug conjugate GSK2857916 achieved a 60% response rate in the DREAMM-1 trial of patients with previously treated multiple myeloma, confirming findings from an interim analysis.
In a scientific first, fertility researchers produced a baby monkey from frozen testicular tissue, a process that could preserve fertility for pediatric cancer survivors. (The Verge)
A “victim of the pharmaceutical industry” struggles to avoid becoming an “overdose statistic.” (CBS News)
“Game of Thrones” star Emilia Clarke opens up about surviving two aneurysms. (USA Today)
A cardiologist credits a cellphone app linked to an automated blood pressure monitor with at least doubling the proportion of patients who keep high blood pressure under control. (Newsweek)
A day after pulling the plug on one investigational drug for Alzheimer’s disease, Japanese pharma giant Eisai announced the launch of a phase III trial of another anti-amyloid drug for Alzheimer’s. (Reuters)
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