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  • Indiana medical software company hack affected 3.9M people

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — An Indiana medical software company has reported the private information of 3.9 million people nationwide was exposed when its networks were hacked earlier this year. The U.S. Department of Health…

  • FDA clears first 3-D printed prescription drug

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Food and Drug Administration has approved the first prescription drug made through 3-D printing: a dissolvable tablet that treats seizures. Aprecia Pharmaceuticals said Monday the FDA approved its drug Spritam for…

  • Senate voting on Planned Parenthood, prelude to fall battle

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate appeared likely to reject a Republican effort to halt federal funds to Planned Parenthood on Monday. But it was just a prelude to a fall faceoff with higher stakes —…

  • Family of woman sent home during heart attack gets $275,000

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Relatives of an Ohio woman who died after being sent home from a hospital while having a heart attack have reached a $275,000 settlement with the facility. Ohio State University Wexner…

  • CDC head says Sierra Leone in strong place with Ebola

    FREETOWN, Sierra Leone (AP) — Sierra Leone is in a stronger place than it was six months ago to fight Ebola, but the new challenge is to get to zero cases, the director of the…

  • Kraft recalls cheese slices for choking risk

    The Kraft Heinz Co. is voluntarily recalling about 36,000 cases of Kraft Singles cheese products because some of the packaging film may stick to the slices and pose a choking hazard. The company said Monday…

  • Diack fights back at allegations of widespread doping

    PARIS (AP) — With his federation embattled by widespread doping allegations that could lead to a reshuffle of Olympic and world championship podiums for more than a decade, IAAF president Lamine Diack defended his organization’s…

  • Do Men and Women Think They Can Be ‘Just Friends’?

    (TUSCALOOSA, Ala.) — The longtime debate over whether men and women can be “just friends” continues. This time, science is weighing in. Researchers from the University of Alabama conducted a study on college students and…

  • Fasting for Weight Loss: Fad or Phenom?

    In the never-ending quest for that Holy Grail of sustainable weight loss, more people are experimenting with some form of fasting. Celebs have helped popularize quick fixes. Many may recall Beyonce’s pre-Grammy 14 days of…

  • 5 things to know about the fight over Planned Parenthood

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans will likely lose Monday’s Senate showdown over halting federal aid to Planned Parenthood. Yet the political offensive by abortion foes has just started, prompted by a batch of unsettling videos that…

  • Rep. Edwards to attend event on healthy meals in schools

    CAPITOL HEIGHTS, Md. (AP) — Rep. Donna Edwards is scheduled to attend an event that will highlight an initiative aimed at improving the ability of schools to provide healthy meals to school children. She is…

  • Most picky eating harmless but it can signal emotional woes

    CHICAGO (AP) — Parents of picky eaters take heart: New research suggests the problem is rarely worth fretting over, although in a small portion of kids it may signal emotional troubles that should be checked…

  • 5 things about Congress’ fight over Planned Parenthood

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans will likely lose Monday’s Senate showdown over halting federal aid to Planned Parenthood. Yet the political offensive by abortion foes has just started, prompted by a batch of unsettling videos that…

  • Skipping that vacation is bad for your health

    WASHINGTON — Far too many of us are skipping a summer vacation, and experts warn people who don’t take time off may be putting their health at risk. “Vacation is about relaxation, having a chance to unwind,”…

  • More Health Care Cuts Expected in Puerto Rico

    (NEW YORK) — Health care officials in Puerto Rico are bracing for more Medicare cuts, according to The New York Times. The island is facing a huge cut to Medicare as well as a shortage…