Vaping increased nearly 80% among high schoolers and 50% among middle schoolers since last year, prompting the US Food and Drug Administration to propose new measures against flavored nicotine products that have propelled the rise, the agency announced Thursday.
Despite their new-found independence, the Bhutanese conjoined twins who were separated by doctors in Australia last week still want to be close to each other, nurses have told reporters.
Lack of staff now represents a bigger challenge to Britain’s health service than funding and the system could face a 350,000 personnel shortage by 2030, leading health thinktanks warned on Thursday.
China’s agricultural ministry said on Thursday it had confirmed a new African swine fever outbreak near the city of Huangguang in the central province of Hubei.
When Meghann Adams learned that she was pregnant in early 2015, she was ecstatic. Starting a family with her husband, Chris, had not been easy, but she was carrying twins. They were to be named Delly and Aubrey.
When Joelle Dupas falls ill, she goes to a medical center in her home town in rural western France where all 12 doctors have come out of retirement.
French President Emmanuel Macron has promised extra money and more doctors to ease pressure on France’s healthcare system.
There are 10 more confirmed cases of acute flaccid myelitis, a polio-like illness that mostly affects children, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Tuesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 90 in 27 states this year.
It will come as no surprise that milkshakes loaded with sweets, chocolate bars, cream and cake, known as freakshakes, contain “grotesque levels” of sugar.
Roche’s Tecentriq medicine will get a speedy review by U.S. regulators in a tough-to-treat form of breast cancer as the Swiss drugmaker seeks to be the first company to have its immunotherapy win approval in this indication.