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Highlights from Today’s Wellness News.
'Young blood' company ends patient treatments
2/19/2019 04:15:00 PM
The FDA warned consumers against infusions of plasma from young donors, saying there is no evidence that they slow aging or memory loss, and can be dangerous.
A cure for aging? Hype outpaces reality
2/17/2019 02:48:00 PM
“There is financial incentive and inducement to overpromise before all the research is in.”
Drug company used rap video to push for higher doses, sales
2/15/2019 02:25:00 PM
The 2015 rap video was presented as evidence by the U.S. Attorney's Office in federal court in Boston on Wednesday.
Fewer African-Americans are dying of cancer, study says
2/14/2019 04:31:00 PM
The black-white disparity is narrowing for lung, prostate and colorectal cancer and has stabilized since 2010 for breast cancer, experts say.
Why this year's flu shot is working better than last year's
2/14/2019 01:35:00 PM
The less severe flu season doesn't underscore the very serious consequences flu can have, experts say.
Crises collide: Syphilis rises with drug use
2/14/2019 01:03:00 PM
A new government report shows a large intersection between drug use and syphilis among women and heterosexual men.
'The crack (cocaine) crisis was not as bad': Fentanyl deaths from 'Mexican oxy' pills hit Arizona hard
2/14/2019 10:25:00 AM
Arizona and other southwestern states bordering Mexico have become a hot spot in the nation's fentanyl crisis.
Pot smoking in adolescence linked to depression in adulthood
2/13/2019 06:58:00 PM
“Given the large number of adolescents who smoke cannabis, the risk in the population becomes very big,” the study's lead author said.
Marijuana lollipop gives man a heart attack
2/13/2019 03:56:00 PM
The Canadian man, who had pre-existing heart disease, ate a marijuana lollipop. Now that pot is legal in Canada, doctors worry that people with heart disease are at risk.
Ketamine-like nasal spray for depression recommended by FDA panel
2/12/2019 05:51:00 PM
Experimental nasal spray is intended for people with severe depression who aren't helped by other treatments or therapies.
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