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Eye drops recalled after US drug-resistant bacteria outbreak

U.S. health officials say a company is recalling its over-the-counter eye drops that have been linked to an outbreak of drug-resistant infections Learn More

 

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African countries lack 'immediate access' to cholera vaccine

Africa’s public health agency says countries with deadly cholera outbreaks on the continent have no “immediate access” to vaccines amid a global supply shortage More »

 

Psychedelic churches in US pushing boundaries of religion

Growing numbers of people are flocking to U.S. churches that center their practice around a bitter psychedelic tea known as ayahuasca More »

 

Bill Clinton back at White House to push paid family leave

Three decades after Bill Clinton signed into the law the nation’s family and medical leave legislation, he was back at the White House on Thursday More »

 

Why are people turning to psychedelics like ayahuasca?

Ayahuasca is a psychedelic tea whose roots go back hundreds of years to ceremonial use by Indigenous groups in the Amazon rainforest More »

 

Nebraska lawmakers put off vote on 'heartbeat' abortion ban

The Nebraska Legislature’s Health and Human Services Committee took nearly eight hours of testimony Wednesday before adjourning without a vote on whether to advance a bill that would outlaw abortion at a point before many women know they’re pregnant More »

 

NY judge jails ex-gynecologist who abused 100s of women

A federal judge in New York City has ordered an ex-gynecologist to jail as he awaits sentencing, following his conviction for sexually abusing hundreds of patients over decades More »

 

Top US official urges WHO to address sexual misconduct

A top U.S. health official has urged the World Health Organization to address allegations that one of its doctors repeatedly engaged in sexual misconduct More »

 

Republican-led committee targets COVID relief aid for review

House Republicans have begun their promised aggressive oversight of the Biden administration More »

 

Abortion foes: 2024 GOP hopefuls must back federal limits

Emboldened anti-abortion activists are looking to the next presidential election as an opportunity to solidify their influence over the Republican Party More »

 

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