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Lenny Bernstein covers health and medicine. He started as an editor on The Washington Post’s National desk in 2000 and has worked in Metro and Sports.
The National Institutes of Health research was stopped before officials completed their audit of fetal tissue work, which is opposed by antiabortion groups.
Physicians say the changes will take livers away from people in poorer, rural regions.
Most experts say that Beijing’s pledge to treat fentanyl as a controlled substance is a step toward controlling the crisis of abuse in the United States.
The effort is envisioned as a way to support programs in as many as 10 states, starting with Pennsylvania.
This hasn’t happened since war and a flu pandemic devastated the world’s population from 1915 to 1918.
Some companies have pledged to fight stigma and support workers struggling to stay sober.
More than 1 million people in the U.S. are eligible for the highly effective PrEP drug.
The recommendations reject the idea that physical activity sessions must be at least 10 minutes long.
Omega-3 fatty acid formulations reduced heart attacks and other cardiovascular problems.
Ambien and Provigil are widely used and safe, but should not be handed out indiscriminately, experts say.