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A $10, two-week course of fluvoxamine could reduce death and hospitalizations.
Its text was expected to be released Friday with the formal introduction of the measure. Comedian Jon Stewart, a strong advocate for the 9/11 health act, is also taking up the cause of burn pit vets.
What had changed was how the hospital system classified the appointment for billing.
A little-used law called the Congressional Review Act allows a new administration with a like-minded Congress to fast-track the repeal of regulations and other executive actions.
Missouri's rocky vaccine rollout places it among the bottom states nationwide.
A federal judge has ruled that plaintiffs challenging the ACA's first-dollar coverage mandate for preventive services have legal standing.
Inmates say numerous COVID deaths could be preventable. They blame staffing shortages and guards who don't wear masks.
A treatment, known as "smell training," is clinically proven to be effective in adults. However, there's virtually no data on whether the method will work in children.
While Black people are twice as "wary" of participating in research, compared with white people, they are equally willing to participate when asked.
Dr. Deborah Birx, former top White House coronavirus adviser under the Trump administration, is now an adviser for ActivePure Technology — an air-cleaning company that uses technology banned in California due to health hazards.