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Recent Covid-19 waves have been accompanied by successively fewer cases of the inflammatory condition MIS-C in children. Researchers think they might know why. on.wsj.com/3J7fIEV
More than 100 million people across the U.S. are under heat alerts this week. Here’s what to know about the effects of extreme heat on the human body. on.wsj.com/3ITRVIj
More than 100 million people across the U.S. are under heat alerts this week. Here’s what to know about the effects of extreme heat on the human body. wsj.com/articles/high-… via @WSJ
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The serious inflammatory condition that strikes a small number of children after Covid-19 infection seems to be fading. Thanks to @apsmunro and @asicksamuels for your insights. wsj.com/articles/covid…
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Recent Covid-19 waves have been accompanied by successively fewer cases of the inflammatory condition MIS-C in children. Researchers think they might know why. on.wsj.com/3cu6Pc7
Think you are protected from Covid for 90 days after catching it? Doctors say you might be vulnerable sooner. on.wsj.com/3uZxoMM
More than 100 million people across the U.S. are under heat alerts this week. Here’s what to know about the effects of extreme heat on the human body. on.wsj.com/3cudJhi
Johnson & Johnson cut its full-year sales and profit guidance. The company’s CFO said the company will be more discretionary in its investments. on.wsj.com/3B2NXev
Vaccine experts advising the CDC backed use of Novavax’s Covid-19 vaccine in adults 18 years and older, one of the last steps before the shots become widely available on.wsj.com/3PCJMtL
Johnson & Johnson cut its full-year sales and profit guidance. The company’s CFO said the company will be more discretionary in its investments, @Loftus reports. wsj.com/articles/johns… via @WSJ
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Drug-overdose deaths have risen more dramatically among Black and Native American people than in the white population, the CDC says on.wsj.com/3zjRCU8
BREAKING: As overdose rates skyrocketed in 2020, whites were twice as likely as Blacks to have ever been offered treatment before they died. wsj.com/articles/highe… via @WSJ
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Some women in states that have banned or restricted medication abortion are finding access to pills through overseas nonprofits, while U.S. telehealth groups are expanding in states that allow the practice wsj.com/articles/abort… via @WSJ
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Think you are protected for 90 days? Doctors say you might be vulnerable sooner. on.wsj.com/3zgm0hS
About 800,000 doses of monkeypox vaccine have been stuck in storage in Denmark while gay and bisexual men seek shots on.wsj.com/3PDQmQG
If you need another reason to improve your sleep, here’s one: It can help your heart on.wsj.com/3aKzb1c
Anthony Fauci plans to retire by the end of President Biden’s term, but hasn’t decided on a date. “Sometime between now and then, I will step down from my current position and pursue other directions in my professional career.” on.wsj.com/3coIsws
More than half the U.S. population lives in counties where Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations are high enough that people should wear masks in indoor public settings, according to CDC data. on.wsj.com/3cbpQzN
Some women in states that have banned or restricted medication abortion are finding access to pills through overseas nonprofits, while U.S. telehealth groups are expanding in states that allow the practice on.wsj.com/3OoOcUo
Some women in states that have banned or restricted medication abortion are finding access to pills through overseas nonprofits, while U.S. telehealth groups are expanding in states that allow the practice, ⁦@Brabbott42⁩ & ⁦@jmontesWSJ⁩ report wsj.com/articles/abort…
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Some women in states that have banned or restricted medication abortion are finding access to pills through overseas nonprofits, while U.S. telehealth groups are expanding in states that allow the practice on.wsj.com/3yUpTIe
GSK completed the spinoff of its consumer-healthcare business, a bet that greater focus on innovative drugs and vaccines will help accelerate growth at the pharmaceuticals giant on.wsj.com/3PinCxc
Scientists and entrepreneurs are trying to recreate the sense of smell in compact devices that can detect and analyze odors similar to the way cameras now recognize our faces and microphones our words. The Future of Everything. ⁦@WSJwsj.com/articles/high-…
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If you need another reason to improve your sleep, here’s one: It can help your heart on.wsj.com/3aLn2cg
About 800,000 doses of monkeypox vaccine have been stuck in storage in Denmark while gay and bisexual men seek shots on.wsj.com/3aDDWtC
More than half the U.S. population lives in counties where Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations are high enough that people should wear masks in indoor public settings, according to CDC data. on.wsj.com/3RAYBPn
A Wall Street Journal analysis found that the revamp of the Lifeline comes at a time when the service is already stretched. Between 2016 and 2021, one in six calls to the service ended without reaching a counselor. wsj.com/articles/one-i…
Some studies have found that many who call or text the line report feeling less suicidal through the course of the conversation and feel less psychological pain in the weeks afterward wsj.com/articles/what-…
While suicide rates in the U.S. peaked in 2018 and declined through 2020, evidence suggests that mental health has worsened following the height of the pandemic wsj.com/articles/what-…
The old number will still be in use but the hope is that 988 will be easier for people to remember, and become as familiar as the 911 emergency number wsj.com/articles/what-…
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is launching a new number on July 16 for people with suicidal thoughts or other mental-health crises. Anyone will be able to call 988 for free, and speak to a trained counselor. wsj.com/articles/what-…
UnitedHealth is cutting copayments and other out-of-pocket charges for patients on some drugs in certain plans next year on.wsj.com/3PxeFQp
Some doctors who perform abortions are considering their career options, including relocation, after their jobs changed with the overturn of Roe v. Wade on.wsj.com/3APchAt
Bavarian Nordic has agreed to boost production of its monkeypox vaccine for the U.S. by outsourcing the final phase of production to a contract manufacturer on.wsj.com/3OpLKgp
The Biden administration is warning pharmacists that refusing to dispense medications used in abortions might violate federal protections against discrimination on.wsj.com/3yHbWx5
Fascinated by NASA’s newly-released James Webb Telescope images but not sure exactly what you’re looking at? Here’s a guide on.wsj.com/3Iz3hRX
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Some doctors who perform abortions are considering their career options, including relocation, after their jobs changed with the overturn of Roe v. Wade, ⁦@littlewern⁩ and ⁦@Kris_Maher⁩ report wsj.com/articles/some-…
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About 800,000 doses of monkeypox vaccine have been stuck in storage in Denmark while gay and bisexual men seek shots on.wsj.com/3AQFb3h
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Texas sues the Biden administration over guidelines to perform abortions in emergency situations where a pregnant woman is at imminent risk wsj.com/articles/texas… This is the issue: wsj.com/articles/docto… via @WSJ
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The FDA, which has taken a tougher stance on China-developed drugs, postponed a decision on one from Novartis and BeiGene for esophageal cancer because staff hadn’t completed required inspections in China, ⁦@Loftus⁩ reports wsj.com/articles/fda-d…
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Florida ice cream company Big Olaf Creamery recalled its ice cream after it was linked to a listeria outbreak that killed at least one person and sickened 22 others, officials said. on.wsj.com/3PutnHM
About 800,000 doses of monkeypox vaccine have been stuck in storage in Denmark while gay and bisexual men seek shots on.wsj.com/3AQFb3h
Some doctors who perform abortions are considering their career options, including relocation, after their jobs changed with the overturn of Roe v. Wade on.wsj.com/3yESEZh
The FDA, which has taken a tougher stance on China-developed drugs, postponed a decision on one from Novartis and BeiGene for esophageal cancer because staff hadn’t completed required inspections in China on.wsj.com/3AQ4F0H
Federal legislation is introduced that would require sperm, egg, and embryo banks to vet donors' health information, part of a broader push for greater transparency in the fertility industry. wsj.com/story/push-to-…
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Some doctors who perform abortions are considering their career options, including relocation, after their jobs changed with the overturn of Roe v. Wade on.wsj.com/3P9UgB2
The U.S. government said doctors must follow federal law and perform abortions when necessary to stabilize patients in an emergency situation, regardless of state law on.wsj.com/3yDyqim
The FDA has cleared use of Novavax’s Covid-19 vaccine, which uses an older technology that some people hesitant to get inoculated might be willing to get. on.wsj.com/3AJHMvB
The Biden administration is warning pharmacists that refusing to dispense medications used in abortions might violate federal protections against discrimination on.wsj.com/3O4iZp6
The BA.5 subvariant has become the dominant version of Covid-19 in the U.S. and mixed signals from other countries it hit earlier have raised some concerns. Here’s what we know so far. on.wsj.com/3IzhCgX
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