E-cigarettes: Ruling turns up pressure for FDA to strictly regulate vaping products

Grimm ruled that, in 2017, the agency acted illegally by allowing e-cigarettes to remain on the market until 2022 before companies applied for FDA authorization and by permitting products to remain on the market indefinitely…

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‘Stop the Bleed’ classes teach people to save lives in a mass shooting

Bubienko’s not squeamish, she says, but the fake bone on the inside of the leg is definitely a strange sensation. “You really feel like you’re touching someone’s bone inside of their leg,” she laughs. “It’s…

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Trump reports making at least $479 million in 2018

Since taking office, Trump has broken presidential precedent by maintaining his interest in the Trump Organization, which is run on a day-to-day basis by his adult sons Don Jr. and Eric. He’s also the first…

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America just had its lowest number of births in 32 years, report finds

The number of births for the United States last year dropped to its lowest in about three decades, according to provisional data in a new report from the National Center for Health Statistics at the…

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Acceptance rates at top colleges are dropping, raising pressure on high school students

And with acceptance rates at top colleges and universities falling to record or near-record lows, high school students are facing increasing pressure when it comes to applying to the nation’s best schools. To illustrate how…

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Bio-glue that moves with a beating heart can repair wounds in pigs

A new “bio-glue” — an experimental adhesive gel that is activated by a flash of light — has been proven to stop high pressure bleeding in the hearts of pigs. Additional research confirming the safety…

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SAT will assign a new score that factors in where you live and how much your parents make, report says

The move comes amid heightened scrutiny that colleges are facing over the admissions process and the diversity of their student bodies. “There are a number of amazing students who may have scored less (on the…

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British people get drunk more often than anyone else, survey finds

The results of the 2019 Global Drug Survey, published Thursday, revealed that British respondents get drunk more times per year than people from anywhere else. Adam Winstock, an addiction psychiatrist and founder of the Global…

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New York Times: Intelligence officials declassify photo of boat with Iranian missile

Meanwhile, President Donald Trump has become frustrated with some of his top advisers over his administration’s approach to Iran, according to the Washington Post. CNN first reported last week that US intelligence showed Iran moving…

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