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F.D.A. Authorizes E-Cigarettes to Stay on U.S. Market for the First Time

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story F.D.A. Authorizes E-Cigarettes to Stay on U.S. Market for the First Time The agency approved three Vuse vaping products and said their benefits in helping smokers quit outweighed the risks of hooking youths. Read in app The Vuse Solo e-cigarette is the… Read More »

Cuba first country to vaccinate children as young as age two, with local unapproved dose

Breadcrumb Trail Links World News Health Family & Child ‘Number of coronavirus infections in recent months in the pediatric population is alarming’ Author of the article: Shari Kulha Publishing date: Sep 16, 2021  •  3 days ago  •  3 minute read  •  16 Comments Cuba’s capital Havana. “Extremely worrying is the daily increase in the number… Read More »

Real school, finally! Many in Bangladesh attend classroom for first time in their lives

The first day at school, seeing yourself in uniform for the first time, making friends with the classmate seated next to you, or playing on the school ground becomes the memory of a lifetime.       But like many children all over the world, Maisha started  school through remote learning amid the coronavirus pandemic.    To such pupils… Read More »

The Latest: More U.S. first responders are dying of COVID-19

UNDATED — The resurgence of COVID-19 this summer and the national debate over vaccine requirements have created a fraught situation for the United States’ first responders, who are dying in larger numbers but pushing back against mandates. It’s a stark contrast from the beginning of the vaccine rollout when first responders were prioritized for shots.… Read More »

First Biogen, now the FDA: Congressional Democrats request agency records over Aduhelm’s approval

Months after two high-ranking Democrats demanded Biogen answer for concerns shrouding its controversial Alzheimer’s drug Aduhelm, the lawmakers are now turning their aim toward the FDA. In a letter sent to the agency’s interim commissioner Janet Woodcock, M.D., the chairs of two leading House committees—Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-New York, and Rep. Frank Pallone Jr., D-New Jersey—demanded… Read More »