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An inmate with drug charges escaped a Manhattan hospital and was found over a month later sleeping on a friend’s couch in Queens. (ABC News)
Meanwhile, D.C. police are still seeking a homicide suspect who escaped George Washington University Hospital a week ago. (NBC Washington)
Florida Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo, MD, contradicted the CDC and FDA and warned healthy adults under age 65 against the new COVID-19 booster. (Politico)
Researchers from the Environmental Working Group tested 30 cleaning products and found 530 volatile organic compounds, 193 of which may be considered to be hazardous to human health. (Chemosphere)
After the earthquake in Morocco’s High Atlas Mountains, University Hospital in Marrakesh was overflowing with survivors and people trying to help. (Al Jazeera)
In Kerala, India, some public services are on pause in order to stop the Nipah virus from spreading and killing more people. (Reuters)
No one has been found guilty for last year’s poisonings and deaths related to tainted cough syrup. (Reuters)
One group is taking legal action against Idaho, Tennessee, and Oklahoma over denied abortion care in face of dangerous pregnancy complications. (USA Today)
Moderna said an interim analysis showed its mRNA seasonal flu vaccine generated a better immune response than a currently marketed vaccine.
The HHS Office of Inspector General estimated that the Puerto Rico Department of Health took more than $7 million in Medicaid payments for people who were or may have been deceased from 2018 to 2020.
A Boston doctor was indicted on one count of lewd, indecent, and obscene acts after allegedly masturbating and exposing himself in front of a 14-year-old girl on a flight. (WWLP)
A mobile CT scanner on the grounds of Munich Oktoberfest may have prevented some trips to the hospital due to mild traumatic brain injuries. (New England Journal of Medicine)
Abbott is recalling Proclaim and Infinity implantable pulse generators due to issues when patients try to exit MRI mode.
China’s big tobacco company mired efforts by local governments to enact strict smoking laws. (USA Today)
Asians in medicine revealed their experiences with racism in a survey. (JAMA Network Open)
The historically Black institution Charles R. Drew University welcomed its inaugural class of medical students. (New York Times)
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia paid its CEO a whopping $7.7 million in 2021. (Philadelphia Inquirer)
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Publish date : 2023-09-14 09:34:58
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