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In September 2019, as report after report of Juul and vaping-related injuries rolled in throughout the United States, President Trump and his top health officials announced they would be taking “very, very strong” action against the vaping epidemic, including a ban on flavored e-cigarettes. On January 2, 2020, the FDA published the details of this…

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It is now painfully clear that vaping is not the safe alternative to smoking. More individual cities and entire states are implementing temporary bans by the day, and even the federal government is looking to restrict the sale and use of flavored e-cigs. At the center of this controversy sits JUUL: a popular vaping device…

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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has banned children’s toys and child care products that contain more than 0.1% of certain phthalate chemicals. Phthalates are chemical compounds that are added to plastics and vinyl to make an item soft and pliable. If a child ingests certain types of phthalates, it can have harmful effects…

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Glyphosate is an herbicide which is used to kill grass and broadleaf plants. There are over 750 liquid and solid forms of glyphosate. Both the glyphosate form and the sodium salt form used for controlling plant growth and helping fruits ripen are used on gardens, lawns, and industrial weeds. The product dates back to 1974.…

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Doctor Arjun Srinivasan, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Associate Director of an infection program, recently spoke about how infections occur in operating rooms. His talk, which can be heard on Contagion Live Infectious Diseases Today, emphasized that infections in the surgery room usually occur due to some breakdown in protocol or technique. Examples…

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