The Lancet editor Richard Horton to be honored June 10, 2019

LONDON — Dr. Richard Horton, the «activist editor» of the international medical journal The Lancet, will be honored June 10 for his accomplishments as one of the world’s most «committed, articulate, and influential advocates for population health.» He is receiving the Roux Prize, given annually to individuals on the front lines of global health innovation…

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Butt pain during pregnancy: Everything you need to know

During pregnancy, a woman can expect to feel some new aches and pains, due to changes that the body is undergoing. Butt pain is common and normal during pregnancy, and it can result from several factors. As the fetus and uterus grow, they put pressure on the hips, back, and buttocks. Buttocks pain can also…

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Insys, the Opioid Drug Maker, to Pay $225 Million to Settle Fraud Charges

The opioid manufacturer Insys Therapeutics agreed to pay $225 million to settle federal criminal and civil charges that it illegally marketed a highly addictive fentanyl painkiller to doctors, federal prosecutors said on Wednesday. As part of the deal, a subsidiary of Insys will plead guilty to five counts of mail fraud and the company will…

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Trump Administration Sharply Curtails Fetal Tissue Medical Research

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration announced Wednesday that the federal government would sharply curtail federal spending on medical research that uses tissue from aborted fetuses, mainly by ending fetal-tissue research within the National Institutes of Health. The move goes a long way toward fulfilling a top goal of anti-abortion groups that have lobbied hard for…

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How China Tariffs Could Make Your Sweaters and Pants Cost More

The Trump administration’s threat to impose new tariffs on nearly everything that comes to the United States from China has sent American retailers scrambling. Many rely on China for some portion of their manufacturing, and the new tariffs — as much as 25 percent on the roughly $300 billion worth of goods that so far…

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William Jackson Harper Reads ‘Misery Loves Fried Chicken, Too’

Listen and subscribe to our podcast from your mobile device: Via Apple Podcasts | Via RadioPublic | Via Stitcher Stuck on a deserted island in the movie “Cast Away,” Chuck Noland fashions a friend out of a volleyball named Wilson. Stuck in an isolating depression post-breakup, Mark McDevitt found a friend named Nate. On this…

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Buy This $13 H&M T-Shirt Before It Sells Out Again

Linen T-shirt H&M hm.com $12.99 Despite a lotta years working in the fashion world, I’d never found the perfect t-shirt. I’d tried cheap and expensive; I’d laundered on delicate and skipped the dryer. Nothing mattered: Everything looked dingy—fast—and left me feeling deeply unsatisfied. Then, an editor at a British style site I keep tabs on…

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For New York Men’s Fashion, Small Is Beautiful

Last Saturday afternoon, the designer Alan Eckstein, 34, was busy installing an interior decorating project he took on as a bill payer. Afterward he pulled an all-nighter at his studio, putting finishing touches on outfits for the Timo Weiland men’s wear show. On Sunday, he took a five-hour paying D.J. gig at the One Hotel…

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Medical News Today: Stretches for tight hips: Tips and how to do them

Targeted exercises and stretches can alleviate tight hips, a problem that occurs when tension builds up in the hip flexors and other muscles around the hips. Tight hips can arise from inactivity and prolonged periods of sitting. The Arthritis Foundation advise that exercise is one of the best things that a person can do to…

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