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Teva Pharmaceuticals announced it would sell a “lower-cost” alternative to Syprine, an old drug that costs more than $21,000. But the new generic version costs nearly as much.
Spree killers may be angry and troubled, but few have shown symptoms that would have landed them in mental hospitals.
Outbreaks across the continent infected 21,000 and killed at least 35 children, leading some governments to crack down on vaccine compliance.
The infection rate has begun to decline, but there are likely to be many deaths before the flu season finally ends.
President Trump’s efforts to undermine the health law have widened the gap between those who get government aid and those who don’t, deepening resentments.
People who cut back on added sugar, refined grains and processed foods lost weight without worrying about calories or portion size.
Scientists are racing to understand why immunotherapy drugs have worked for a few cancer patients when the medicines should have had no effect.
Going to sleep within two hours of eating dinner and snacking after dinner were also associated with obesity, but skipping breakfast was not.
Although teenage pregnancy rates have declined, too many teens still use birth control methods incorrectly or inconsistently.
“I’m hearing more and more people say the level of violence on video games is really shaping young people’s thoughts,” the president said on Thursday.
As the opioid crisis tightens its grip, an industry has sprung up to offer recovery programs for wealthy executives who seek treatment in a discreet environment.
Dozens of countries have tried to address shortages for transplants with an “opt out” system that assumes consent.
A reader asks: Can you get sick just from sitting in an overly air-conditioned room or going out without a jacket? Or do you need to actually catch a virus?
Cross-country skiers require, on average, more daily calories than any other type of athlete. But the constant need to eat can take over their lives.
A leader in IBM’s development of a speech-recognition system, she relied on her laptop to communicate after Lou Gehrig’s disease left her paralyzed.