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  • Two-Thirds of Poor U.S. Women Can’t Afford Menstrual Pads, Tampons: Study
    WEDNESDAY, Jan. 16, 2019 -- A study of nearly 200 poor women living in the St. Louis area found that two out of three had to go without feminine hygiene products at least once over the prior year, due to cost. About one-fifth -- 21 percent -- said ... .... ( read more )
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  • Health Highlights: Jan. 16, 2019
    Here are some of the latest health and medical news developments, compiled by the editors of HealthDay: Purdue Pharma Owners Lied About Dangers of OxyContin: Court Filing The family that owns OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma directed attempts to play ... .... ( read more )
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  • Health Tip: Don’t Ignore Changes in Skin Color
    -- You should never ignore a change in skin color, especially if you have cancer, the American Cancer Society says. A change in skin color typically means something's wrong in the body. In people with cancer, it can be due to factors including tumor ... .... ( read more )
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  • Health Tip: Build Stronger Bones
    -- The foods you eat and drink during childhood will impact the strength of your bones as you age, the Nemours Foundation says. Most of your bone density stems from what you eat and drink as children and teens, says Nemours, which notes the process ... .... ( read more )
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  • New Birth Control Skin Patch Being Developed
    A skin patch that provides a month's worth of birth control for women is being developed by U.S. researchers. The patch, which can be pressed into an arm or leg, has dissolvable microneedles that implant into the skin and slowly dissolve over time, ... .... ( read more )
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