STAT Plus: Ironwood wins FDA approval for combination gout treatment
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Are You Sure You Want Single Payer?
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FDA to evaluate children's cough medicine containing opioids
A federal committee will meet in three weeks to consider whether cough medicine containing certain opioids should be prescribed to children, the Food and Drug Administration...
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Pharma industry ‘getting away with murder' abroad thanks to Trump's policies
Seven months after President Trump accused the pharmaceutical industry of “getting away with murder,” he is busy lining the pockets of large pharmaceutical companies worldwide...
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EpiPen Maker Settles Government Lawsuit for $465 Million
Title: EpiPen Maker Settles Government Lawsuit for $465 Million Category: Health News Created: 8/18/2017 12:00:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 8/18/2017 12:00:00 AM
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Former HHS chiefs urge Trump to stop undermining Obamacare
WASHINGTON - Don't make things worse. That's the advice of former U.S. health secretaries of both parties to President Trump and the GOP-led Congress, now that “Obamacare”...
1 day ago - STAT
STAT Plus: Trump quietly signs new FDA user fee agreement into law
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3 days ago - STAT
Mylan Settles With Feds For $465 Million Over EpiPen Controversy
The company was accused of overcharging the government for EpiPens.
3 days ago - The Huffington Post
Most hospices fare well in first public release of Medicare quality scores
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3 days ago - STAT
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Helix and Illumina Accelerator collaborate to aid genomics startups
Helix and Illumina Accelerator have paired up and will give entrepreneurs the chance to develop innovative, DNA-driven products geared toward consumers.
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Children with peanut allergies are aided by the inclusion of probiotics in their normal treatment regimen, new research suggests.
Eating Disorders Linked To History Of Theft
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6 Things a Wellness Influencer Keeps in Her Bag at All Times
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Deconstructing Stigma: Finding A Way To Recover From Mental Illness
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Starting Mammograms At Age 40 Would Save The Most Lives
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