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The company and its owners, members of the Sackler family, have tentatively reached the first comprehensive settlement in thousands of cases nationwide.


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Drug-resistant germs, including Candida auris, prey on severely ill patients in skilled nursing facilities, a problem sometimes amplified by poor care and low staffing.


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A North Carolina election is also a chance to think about what kind of candidate might do best against President Trump.


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A surge of severe lung ailments has baffled doctors and public health experts.


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Coughing, fatigue and shortness of breath are warning signs for anyone who has vaped within the last 90 days.


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Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s draft plan to allow the federal government to negotiate the price of hundreds of drugs will add new urgency to Washington’s effort to fight rising prescription costs.


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A new study that links artificially sweetened beverages to premature death is prompting public angst. Some scientists say it has significant flaws.


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There’s surprisingly little rigorous research on programs like Medicaid and Medicare.


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Amid the desert orgies, Paul Romer investigates a provocative question: Is this bacchanal a model of urban planning?


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I visited the annual Nevada bacchanalia with Paul Romer, a Nobel-winning economist who has come to see it as a model for urbanization. Everything about the experience was surreal.


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Health authorities in Oregon are investigating the case but would not identify the age of the patient or the brand of the device used.


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The numbers don’t suggest a recession is underway, but they aren’t consistent with rip-roaring growth.


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Understanding and forecasting a giant storm requires knowledge, experience and data — a lot of it, though scientists could always use more.


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New research shows that students who borrowed more defaulted less, probably because the additional credits they were able to complete led to more stable careers.


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The worrisome leading indicators are real, but so are the sources of resilience that could keep the expansion going.


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Renovation is on the rise, and older homeowners are driving the trend. Here’s what they’re fixing up.


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A cultural transformation: Spaying and neutering are now the norm, and rescue adoption is growing in popularity.


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The Sackler family is willing to give up Purdue Pharma to settle all claims related to the opioid crisis, but is resisting a quick sale of its overseas drug company.


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The largest study of same-sex sexual behavior finds the genetics are complicated, and social and environmental factors are also key.


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Is the president basically like other presidents, or is he uniquely divisive?


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Two doctor-staffing companies are pushing back against legislation that could hit their bottom lines.


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The chemical, NDMA, is the same one found in the blood pressure drug valsartan, which led to widespread recalls last year.


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The company and its owners, members of the Sackler family, have tentatively reached the first comprehensive settlement in thousands of cases nationwide.


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Drug-resistant germs, including Candida auris, prey on severely ill patients in skilled nursing facilities, a problem sometimes amplified by poor care and low staffing.


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A North Carolina election is also a chance to think about what kind of candidate might do best against President Trump.


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A surge of severe lung ailments has baffled doctors and public health experts.


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Coughing, fatigue and shortness of breath are warning signs for anyone who has vaped within the last 90 days.


(go to external source)

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Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s draft plan to allow the federal government to negotiate the price of hundreds of drugs will add new urgency to Washington’s effort to fight rising prescription costs.


(go to external source)

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A new study that links artificially sweetened beverages to premature death is prompting public angst. Some scientists say it has significant flaws.


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There’s surprisingly little rigorous research on programs like Medicaid and Medicare.


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Amid the desert orgies, Paul Romer investigates a provocative question: Is this bacchanal a model of urban planning?


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I visited the annual Nevada bacchanalia with Paul Romer, a Nobel-winning economist who has come to see it as a model for urbanization. Everything about the experience was surreal.


(go to external source)

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Health authorities in Oregon are investigating the case but would not identify the age of the patient or the brand of the device used.


(go to external source)

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The numbers don’t suggest a recession is underway, but they aren’t consistent with rip-roaring growth.


(go to external source)

oops

Understanding and forecasting a giant storm requires knowledge, experience and data — a lot of it, though scientists could always use more.


(go to external source)

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New research shows that students who borrowed more defaulted less, probably because the additional credits they were able to complete led to more stable careers.


(go to external source)

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The worrisome leading indicators are real, but so are the sources of resilience that could keep the expansion going.


(go to external source)

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Renovation is on the rise, and older homeowners are driving the trend. Here’s what they’re fixing up.


(go to external source)

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A cultural transformation: Spaying and neutering are now the norm, and rescue adoption is growing in popularity.


(go to external source)

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The Sackler family is willing to give up Purdue Pharma to settle all claims related to the opioid crisis, but is resisting a quick sale of its overseas drug company.


(go to external source)

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The chemical, NDMA, is the same one found in the blood pressure drug valsartan, which led to widespread recalls last year.


(go to external source)

oops

Two doctor-staffing companies are pushing back against legislation that could hit their bottom lines.


(go to external source)

oops

The company and its owners, members of the Sackler family, have tentatively reached the first comprehensive settlement in thousands of cases nationwide.


(go to external source)

oops

Drug-resistant germs, including Candida auris, prey on severely ill patients in skilled nursing facilities, a problem sometimes amplified by poor care and low staffing.


(go to external source)

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A North Carolina election is also a chance to think about what kind of candidate might do best against President Trump.


(go to external source)

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A surge of severe lung ailments has baffled doctors and public health experts.


(go to external source)

oops

Coughing, fatigue and shortness of breath are warning signs for anyone who has vaped within the last 90 days.


(go to external source)

oops

Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s draft plan to allow the federal government to negotiate the price of hundreds of drugs will add new urgency to Washington’s effort to fight rising prescription costs.


(go to external source)

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A new study that links artificially sweetened beverages to premature death is prompting public angst. Some scientists say it has significant flaws.


(go to external source)

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There’s surprisingly little rigorous research on programs like Medicaid and Medicare.


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