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Danish drugs giant makes big UK investment
BBC News
Denmark's Novo Nordisk is to invest £115m over 10 years in a new science research centre in Oxford. Eventually employing 100 academics and scientists, the facility will work on new ways of treating type 2 diabetes. The decision to invest in the UK was ...

GMA News
Cervical surgery for pre-cancer tied to preemies and small babies
GMA News
Women who get surgery to treat precancerous abnormalities on their cervix are more likely to have premature or low-birth weight babies than women who don't have these procedures, a recent study suggests. Researchers focused on women with a common ...
S.A. anti-abortion activists optimistic about new administration
San Antonians joined the many across the country Sunday who said they were marching for life. Abortion opponents protested Planned Parenthood and were optimistic about Washington's stance on abortion in the years to come. Norma Rayna said she, like ...

The Atlantic
Trump's Immigration Ban Is Already Harming American Science
The Atlantic
Like ​The Atlantic? Subscribe to ​The Atlantic Daily​, our free weekday email newsletter. Samira Asgari had been preparing for the trip for months. She had just earned her Ph.D. from a Swiss university and was ready to start a postdoctoral fellowship ...

Fat Shaming Leads to Negative Impact on Health: Pennsylvania University Study
Fat shaming is quite popular and many people feel that shaming someone for extra weight will motivate them to shed those extra kilos. However, a study conducted by Pennsylvania University researchers has found that fat shaming can have a negative ...
FDA confirms elevated levels of 'toxic substances' in teething products
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced today that its laboratory analysis found inconsistent amounts of a toxic substance, in certain homeopathic teething tablets, sometimes far exceeding the amount claimed on the label. The FDA is warning ...

Tech Times
France Fights Obesity By Banning Unlimited Soda Refills
Tech Times
France has banned unlimited refills of sugary drinks in an attempt to combat obesity. Although the country is not among the ones with the highest obesity rates, the number of obese people has increased over the last few years. ( Justin Sullivan | Getty ...

Washington Post
CDC's canceled climate change conference is back on — thanks to Al Gore
Washington Post
It turns out there will be a conference in Atlanta next month about climate change and its effects on public health. It just won't have the federal government behind it. The reason? Former vice president Al Gore. “He called me and we talked about it ...

Washington Post
Awash in overdoses, Seattle creates safe sites for addicts to inject illegal drugs
Washington Post
Officials in Seattle on Friday approved the nation's first “safe-injection” sites for users of heroin and other illegal drugs, calling the move a drastic but necessary response to an epidemic of addiction that is claiming tens of thousands of lives ...

Fox News
Depression is as bad for your heart as high cholesterol
Fox News
When you think of heart attacks, you might assume the most common causes are smoking, high cholesterol, or obesity. Mental health issues probably don't spring to mind. But a new study suggests that depression poses just as great a risk to your heart ...

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