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  • FDA approves first generic version of EpiPen

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Thursday announced the approval of the first generic version of EpiPen. The auto-injector pen delivers the drug epinephrine to patients experiencing a severe allergic reaction that, if untreated, could develop into the life-threatening condition anaphylaxis. The medication is delivered into a muscle as a single dose, like a shot, through an injector pen with a spring. Allergies from food, bug bites, medications and latex can cause life-threatening reactions. The newly approved generic is made by […]

  • Woman’s painful cyst turns out to be contact lens embedded in eyelid for 28 years

    Calling all contact lens users: Do not panic. (Shuddering is fine.) Imagine going to the eye doctor because your upper eyelid is swollen and painful. The doctor tells you it’s a cyst and operates. Inside the blister, the surgeon finds a contact lens: a rigid gas-permeable one. But you haven’t worn that type of contact in 28 years! That’s what happened to a 42-year-old British woman, according to a report recently published in the journal BMJ Case Reports. Starting as a […]

  • Lennon and McCartney sons come together for selfie

    Hey Jude, John Lennon and Paul McCartney’s kids are friends. Sean Ono Lennon posted a selfie Monday with James McCartney. “Peakaboo…,” Lennon captioned the photo. Peekaboo… A post shared by Sean Ono Lennon (@sean_ono_lennon) on Aug 13, 2018 at 7:52am PDT Like their famous dads, the pair are both musicians. Sean is the son of the late John Lennon and artist Yoko Ono, and James is the son of Paul McCartney and the late Linda McCartney. It’s not the first […]

  • Unsafe levels of a weed killer chemical found in oat products, report says

    Some types of oat cereals, oatmeal, granola and snack bars contain higher levels of a chemical found in the weed killer Roundup than what the Environmental Working Group considers safe, according to a report released Wednesday by the advocacy group. Almost three-quarters of food samples tested showed higher glyphosate levels than what the group’s scientists believe to be “protective of children’s health,” the report indicates. Last week, a jury at the Superior Court of California in San Francisco awarded $289 million in […]

  • Teacher runs out of paid sick days while battling cancer, so his co-workers donated theirs

    WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – The chemotherapy dripped through a catheter in his chest. Cancer patient Robert Goodman had burned through his paid sick days while undergoing surgery and chemotherapy for colon cancer. The Florida public school teacher figured he needed at least 20 additional sick days to deal with more chemotherapy, days he just didn’t have. So on July 23, right there in a room at Tomsich Health and Medical Center of Palm Beach County, Goodman took a selfie, […]

  • Trump campaign files complaint, claims Omarosa breached confidentiality agreement

    President Donald Trump’s campaign said Tuesday it has filed for arbitration, accusing Omarosa Manigault Newman, the former campaign aide and White House official, of breaching a 2016 nondisclosure agreement with the campaign. The move is the first legal action the Trump campaign has taken since Manigault Newman published a tell-all book about her time as a Trump campaign adviser and senior White House official. “Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. has filed an arbitration against Omarosa Manigault Newman, with the American Arbitration […]

  • Suicide survivor gets ‘second chance’ after historic face transplant

    As Katie Stubblefield brushed her fingers across her face, she could feel the wound. Her vision is greatly impaired due to her injury, but touching her face allowed her to feel what her doctors were working around the clock to treat. She could feel where her face was swollen. She could feel the portions that were missing. That was before Katie, at 21, became the youngest person in the United States to receive a face transplant. The transplant, performed last […]

  • Bridge collapses in Italy during heavy storm, crushing cars

    MILAN (AP) — A bridge on a main highway linking Italy with France collapsed Tuesday in the Italian port city of Genoa during a sudden, violent storm, sending vehicles plunging 45 meters (nearly 150 feet) into a heap of rubble below. A transport official said at least 22 people were killed and eight injured in the tragedy. A huge section of the Morandi Bridge collapsed over an industrial zone, sending tons of twisted steel and concrete debris onto warehouses below. […]

  • Painted bright red, eco-friendly open-air urinals cause uproar in Paris

    PARIS — An attempt by officials in Paris to tackle public urination by installing open-air urinals, or “uritrottoirs,” has outraged some residents of the French capital. The new urinals, housed in flower boxes, aren’t subtle — they’re fully exposed on street corners, painted bright red, and have nearby signs advertising their presence. One in particular, located near the Notre Dame cathedral, has drawn attention for its view of the River Seine. The “intelligent urinals,” which have a straw layer that […]

  • Car crashes into barrier outside UK parliament, man arrested, pedestrians injured

    LONDON — A car crashed into security barriers outside the UK’s Houses of Parliament during rush hour Tuesday morning, injuring two people. The driver, a man in his late 20s, has been arrested on suspicion of terrorist offenses. He collided with several cyclists and pedestrians, before crashing a silver Ford Fiesta into the barriers, shortly after 7:30 a.m., police said. The driver was alone in the car, and no weapons were recovered at the scene. He remains in custody in […]