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FDA ex-employees leaving for jobs at Moderna highlight the “revolving door” problem at the agency. (BMJ)
Ambulances carrying 76 critically wounded Palestinians were finally able to leave war-torn Gaza through the Rafah crossing into Egypt. (Sky News)
Doctors Without Borders removed 22 international staffers while 300 Palestinian staff and their families remain trapped. (Daily News)
Physicians can use Doximity’s free DocDefender service to scrub personal phone numbers and addresses from public websites. (CNBC)
A working paper found that the global COVID-19 vaccination campaign prevented 2.4 million excess deaths. (National Bureau of Economic Research)
Memories of the COVID-19 pandemic are motivationally biased, being distorted by one’s identity and perceptions of present events, research shows. (Nature)
FDA 510(k) clearance was given to the Modius Sleep device for the treatment of chronic insomnia, Neurovalens announced.
Moderately severe and severe depression were more prevalent among racial minorities at U.S. universities. (USA Today)
Inside the controversy of “terminal” anorexia nervosa that has patients seeking assisted dying instead of recovery. (Washington Post)
Is the political environment limiting research and debate on gender-affirming care? (USA Today)
In its Annual Report to Congress, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force picked anxiety disorders, depression, and suicide risk prevention as areas requiring urgent research.
Bayer owes a man $325 million after being found liable for his non-Hodgkin lymphoma due to exposure to the company’s weed-killer product Roundup. (Reuters)
Blood pressure drug classes may have differing effects on microvascular function in some people with small vessel disease. (Lancet Neurology)
A website with instructions for suicide was blocked by U.K. broadband providers. (BBC News)
Progressive activist and attorney Ady Barkan died from complications of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis at age 39, his wife announced. (HuffPost)
An astonishing eight students overdosed on opioids in 3 weeks at the same Virginia high school. (NBC News)
Linked to mortality in severe malnutrition in children were systemic inflammation and bioenergetic deficits. (Science Advances)
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