FDA issues warning letters to companies selling dietary supplements containing cesium chloride

Dovie Salais

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today posted five warning letters issued to companies marketing dietary supplements containing cesium chloride. In a February 2020 public health alert, the FDA warned consumers and health care professionals to avoid using dietary supplements containing cesium salts, primarily cesium chloride. In July 2018, the FDA alerted health care professionals of significant safety risks associated with cesium

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OK state Department of Health issues Halloween guidance

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OKLAHOMA CITY (KNWA/KFTA) — The Oklahoma State Department of Health released its guidance for people planning for Halloween and other fall festivities this holiday season as some traditional celebrations do not allow for proper social distancing amidst the COVID-19

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Mental Health Coalition issues list of demands to UNC leaders

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“We assert that University prioritization of mental health doesn’t just look like an optional and poorly advertised ‘pause’ on classes,” Cury and Rao said in the letter. “Mental health looks like assuaging uncertainty and preserving safety through comprehensive planning, transparency, and systemic change.”

At the end of the letter, they included a list of six demands to University leadership. The list includes:

  • publishing the “off-ramp” criteria moving forward 
  • publicizing which
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Nebraska Medicine facing computer issues, patients forced to reschedule appointments

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OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) – Nebraska Medicine is currently addressing a security incident affecting some of its IT systems, and that is affecting patients who had scheduled appointments for care.

On Monday, there was not as much activity as usual at Nebraska Medicine. Officials said they will reschedule appointments as soon as possible.

“So now, we have to reschedule all of those. I don’t know. I don’t want an ambulance to

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Founder of health empire The Beauty Chef shares her wellness issues

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Carla Oates’s multi-million-dollar beauty empire is built around the idea of nourishing your body ‘from the inside out’, and now the founder of The Beauty Chef has shared the daily wellness rituals she swears by for glowing skin and optimum health.

Carla, 46, from Sydney, said there are a ‘few rituals’ that keep her ‘gut happy, her immunity strong and her skin glowing’

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Sanders Phillips Grossman Takes on Women’s Health Issues, Files Petition to Create ParaGard IUD MDL | News

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LOS ANGELES, Sept. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Attorneys for Sanders Phillips Grossman have petitioned the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (JPML) to transfer ParaGard intrauterine device (IUD) lawsuits to the United States District Court for the Central District of California for pretrial consolidation and coordination.

Timothy Clark, Randi Kassan, and Lauren A. Welling filed a JPML Motion to Transfer on September 24 relating to the use of

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Joe Biden on the issues, a PolitiFact guide

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Biden’s biography

Joe Biden, 77, is the 2020 Democratic nominee for president. Biden was born to a working-class family in Scranton, Pa. As a young attorney, he was elected to represent Delaware in the U.S. Senate in 1972 at the age of 29. Weeks after he won, his wife and young daughter were killed in a car accident. Their two young sons were injured but survived. Biden was sworn into

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Dana Balter and John Katko, on the issues: Abortion, reproductive rights | Politics

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“I’m not here to divide people,” he said. “I’m here to unite people. The fact that they’re focused on this issue just shows you where they are. I’ve never changed my position. It’s the same, and it will be the same.” 

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Calling abortion rights “an area of significant difference between us,” Balter reiterated her support for abortion and a woman’s right to choose. 

“As with all health care

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Marshall men’s hoops halts workouts due to COVID-19 issues | Sports

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HUNTINGTON – Marshall’s men’s basketball team will not start its practice season on time after workouts were halted last week due to COVID-19 and contact tracing issues within the program.

Marshall’s athletic department put out a statement in regards to the situation on Monday morning.

“Our program is in the midst of a two-week pause in order to maintain the health and safety of its student-athletes due to COVID-19 and

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Halfway house residents struggle to buy food, medicine after facility issues run of bad checks | Premium

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Residents of a private halfway house in Colorado Springs say they struggled for weeks to access personal funds for food, medication and other necessities while their halfway house-issued checks were rejected by banks and check-cashing services.

The snag at Community Alternatives of El Paso persisted despite administrators’ promises to fix the problem and held up money that belongs to residents, who are required to hand over their paychecks and other

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Senator warns of mental health issues during pandemic

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GOVERNMENT Senator Dr Sapphire Longmore says she is concerned about the mental state of Jamaican teenagers and young adults amid the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Senator Longmore, a psychiatrist and breast cancer survivor, took the opportunity during the motion for the adjournment last Friday to raise the issue, noting that the country was celebrating both Mental Health Week and Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

She said that while there has been

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Childcare issues are preventing Britain from fully returning to work | UK News

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Forget transport, COVID-19 secure offices, and whether furloughed workers can be dragged away from their gardens.

There’s one thing stopping Britain getting fully back to work after lockdown and it’s simply not being talked about enough.

Childcare is a carefully woven tapestry of schools, nurseries, after school clubs, breakfast clubs, grandparents, nannies and calling in favours from friends.

Lack of support, nurseries in danger of going bust, and vulnerable granny army not able to help could be one reason why people – women in particular - are not returning to work
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Where they stand: 2nd Congressional District candidates on the issues | Elections

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Answers from the candidates for Indiana’s 2nd Congressional District were compiled by the League of Women Voters and IUSB’s American Democracy Project. To learn about others races and for tools to help navigate the voting process, go to www.vote411.org

Pat Hackett

Job: Attorney, teacher, business owner

Education: Doctorate from Notre Dame

Campaign phone: 574-404-7395

Facebook: pathackettforcongress

Twitter: @hackettcongress

Jackie Walorski

Education: Bachelor’s degree from Taylor University

Campaign phone: 855-352-2543

What

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Issues at courthouse need addressing | Letters To Editor

Dovie Salais

I am writing to express my frustration at two experiences my husband and I had at the courthouse in Indiana this week. First, we made an appointment to vote at the Voter Registration office.

When we arrived, there were approximately eight people working at the front desk or preparing ballots for mailing.

Not one person was wearing a mask. We voted at a table in the hallway and even the

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Women who have c-sections ‘more like to have future fertility issues’

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Women who have a cesarean section to deliver their first child are more likely to have fertility issues in the future.





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The new study, conducted by researchers from the Penn State College of Medicine, discovered that those who had a c-section were nine per cent less likely to successfully go on to have another child, compared to those who had delivered vaginally.

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92% of Indian employees prefer discussing mental health issues with robots than managers

Dovie Salais

2020 has been by far the most stressful year ever for most people. Within India, 84 per cent people have reportedly experienced more stress and/or anxiety at work than any year before according to Oracle’s 2020 [email protected] Study. The findings are based on a study conducted across 12,347 people that included employees, managers, HR leaders, and C-level executives in 11 countries — the US, the UK, China, Japan, India, Brazil,

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Michigan health department issues sweeping COVID-19 regulations that mirror Whitmer orders

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The leader of Michigan’s health department issued a sweeping order Friday that largely mirrors statewide mandates previously levied by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in an effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. 

Michigan rival college coaches join Gov. Whitmer with common message: ‘Mask up’

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The newly instituted order requires masks at any public gathering with two or more people — including sporting events and

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Michigan health department issues capacity limit, contact tracing rules

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The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services issued new rules Friday that reinstate capacity limits at 50% at restaurants, museums, retail stores and libraries, and require workers to wear masks if they cannot maintain six feet of distance. 

The epidemic order allows for gatherings at professional sports facilities, entertainment venues, cinemas and theaters so long as patrons not of the same household can maintain six feet of distance. 

Those

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Nebraska Medicine confirmed its technology issues were caused by ‘cyber security attack’

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Nebraska Medicine announced Thursday that it was the victim of a cyber security attack. On Monday, officials said that Nebraska Medicine was working to deal with a “security incident.”

According to a statement from the hospital system Thursday evening, it experienced a “significant information technology system downtime event” which was caused by a “cyber security attack.”

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‘It has to be a deep mindset change’: Singapore to conduct comprehensive review of women’s issues, Singapore News

Dovie Salais

The Government is embarking on a comprehensive review of issues affecting women to bring about a mindset change on values like gender equality and mutual respect for women.

The review will engage and work with partners from the people and private sectors as well as women’s and youth groups, said Minister for Home Affairs and Law K. Shanmugam.

It will be led by three women political office holders, he added.

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