The FDA goes after nicotine

The FDA this week launched a crackdown on smoking and smoking: ordering the Juul vaping device to be taken off the market and manufacturers of cigarettes and other tobacco products appearing to demand a reduction in nicotine levels. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court did not rule on a high-stakes abortion case, but said it could limit … Read more

It is possible to reduce gun violence through public health policy [column] | Local Voices

Like many others, I have followed the terrible news from Buffalo, New York, and Uvalde, Texas. Cannot scroll from gunviolencearchive.org without being overwhelmed. Mass shootings — many apparently motivated by anger and hatred, and because they are carried out not only on the news but also on semi-automatic weapons — are now an epidemic. A … Read more

It gets hot outside, which is bad news for children’s health

Heat waves are getting hotter and hotter as air pollution rates have risen, putting children’s health at risk, according to an extensive new report. An article in the June 15 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine reviews current research on an extensive inventory of how air pollution and climate change affect people’s health, … Read more

The doctor appointed in the case of the abortion has nothing to do with the case

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) – Dr. Thomas Dobbs has never been involved in political struggles over reproductive health, but his name has become a summary of a legal issue that could end abortion rights in the U.S. If he has feelings about the situation, he almost keeps them to himself. Mississippi Chief Public Health Officer Dobbs … Read more

Epidemiology and the public health response of the monkey

Monkeypox is a zoonotic disease that can be transmitted through direct or indirect contact between animals and humans. After the eradication of the smallpox and the end of the universal smallpox vaccine, the monkey is the most widespread orthopox virus infection in humans today. Since May 2022, there has been an evolution of a number … Read more

KHN’s ‘What Health?’: A very sad week (the other).

A mass shooting of Texas primary school students this week (just 10 days after a racially motivated shooting at a grocery store in Buffalo, New York) has sparked a gun debate in Washington, DC and across the country. But political disagreements over weapons and their proper role in American society are as irreconcilable as ever. … Read more

Achieving health equality through gender issues through women

Austin Ajimura talks about her experiences in the Department of Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies They are the top students who want to pursue a career in health care, choosing medicine, nursing, and public health in college. Hawaii Manoan. In addition, they can add a dual role to help women better understand and dispel the … Read more

How Covid helped him dominate the Olive Garden and Chipotle restaurant business

New York CNN business – Restaurants of all sizes have had a difficult year, but the chains are dominating. Several new challenges have made restaurant management and (working in these) even more difficult than usual, including pandemic reductions, staffing challenges, supply chain disruptions and rising costs. About 90,000 U.S. restaurants have temporarily or permanently closed … Read more