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Another top donor says it will resume funding the UN agency for Palestinians as Gaza hunger grows

Another top donor says it will resume funding the UN agency for Palestinians as Gaza hunger grows

NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — Another top donor to the U.N.
Insurer delays and denials hamper patients seeking at-home breathing machines

Insurer delays and denials hamper patients seeking at-home breathing machines

Lou Gehrig’s disease took away Grace Armant’s ability to speak, but the 84-year-old still has plenty to say about her insurance.
Alabama clinic resumes IVF treatments under new law shielding providers from liability

Alabama clinic resumes IVF treatments under new law shielding providers from liability

MONTGOMERY, Ala.
B.C. RCMP announce seizure of millions of dollars worth of contraband cigarettes

B.C. RCMP announce seizure of millions of dollars worth of contraband cigarettes

SURREY, B.C. — Police in British Columbia say they've seized more than 27 tonnes of contraband cigarettes worth more than $24 million in a pair of investigations over the past year.
B.C. class action alleges menstruation cycle tracking app breached users' privacy

B.C. class action alleges menstruation cycle tracking app breached users' privacy

VANCOUVER — A British Columbia Supreme Court judge says a class-action lawsuit can move forward over alleged privacy breaches against a company that made an app to track users' menstrual and fertility cycles.
Lead-tainted cinnamon has been recalled. Here's what you should know

Lead-tainted cinnamon has been recalled. Here's what you should know

Several U.S. discount retailers recalled packages of ground cinnamon after federal health officials warned that they were contaminated with high levels of lead. The U.S.
Voters backed abortion rights. Yet Kansas could make doctors ask patients why they want abortions

Voters backed abortion rights. Yet Kansas could make doctors ask patients why they want abortions

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas moved closer Thursday to requiring abortion providers to ask patients why they want to terminate their pregnancies and report the answers to the state.
Obesity drug Wegovy is approved to cut heart attack and stroke risk in overweight patients

Obesity drug Wegovy is approved to cut heart attack and stroke risk in overweight patients

The popular weight-loss drug Wegovy, which has helped millions of Americans shed pounds, can now be used to reduce the risk of stroke, heart attacks and other serious cardiovascular problems in patients who are overweight or who have obesity, federal
Maker of much-debated ALS drug says it may stop selling it after study showed it didn't work

Maker of much-debated ALS drug says it may stop selling it after study showed it didn't work

WASHINGTON (AP) — The maker of a much-debated drug for Lou Gehrig’s disease said Friday its therapy failed to help patients in a large follow-up study, but stopped short of committing to follow through on a prior pledge to pull the drug from the U.S.
FDA will take a deeper look into the safety and effectiveness of Lilly experimental Alzheimer's drug

FDA will take a deeper look into the safety and effectiveness of Lilly experimental Alzheimer's drug

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Federal regulators put off a decision on whether to approve an Eli Lilly Alzheimer’s drug by making an unusual request to have outside advisers look at the treatment.