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Use of 'light' cigarettes linked to rise in lung adenocarcinoma

Light cigarettes lead to more lung adenocarcinomaStudy shows so-called "light" cigarettes do not benefit health and may contribute to the increased risk of lung adenocarcinoma, a form of lung cancer.

Researchers at Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center-Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute, or OSUCCC-James, in collaboration with five other universities, found that a certain type of lung cancer known as lung adenocarcinoma has been on the rise over the last 50 years while other types of lung cancer have been declining.

Lung adenocarcinoma is a form of non-small cell lung cancer and the most common form of lung cancer.

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'Global gag rule' reinstated by Trump, curbing NGO abortion services abroad

Global gag rulePresident Donald Trump’s administration announced the details Monday of the president’s unprecedented international anti-abortion policy, which drastically expands the “global gag rule” that past Republican presidents have placed on U.S. health assistance funds.

The gag rule, also known as the Mexico City policy, blocks international family planning assistance through the U.S. Agency for International Development to any groups or programs that provide or even mention abortions to women, or speak out about abortion laws in their own countries. It was last implemented by President George W. Bush and then was repealed by President Barack Obama.

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Here's What Michelle Obama Thinks About Trump's School Lunch Rules

Michelle Obama slams Trump over school lunch changesWhen it comes to feeding kids a healthy diet, "it's not politics, it's parenting," Michelle Obama said Friday.

And then she got a little fired up.

Without ever naming President Trump, the former first lady took aim at changes the administration announced last week that weaken some of the school nutrition standards she championed.

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Here's why Washington isn't doing anything about percholate in your drinking water

Percholate in our drinking waterIt was 1997 when Californians began to worry in earnest about a chemical called perchlorate. For decades, the ingredient in rocket fuel had been seeping from missile factories and testing sites into groundwater across the state and, thanks to a new testing method, it was suddenly clear it had reached hundreds of drinking water wells.

Soon, researchers discovered that the toxic chemical had reached Lake Mead, the picturesque reservoir that supplies water to 25 million people in the American Southwest and irrigates the fields that grow the lion’s share of the nation’s winter produce.

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Michelle Obama slams Trump for trying to undo child health program

Michelle Obama slams TrumpFormer first lady Michelle Obama on Friday warned President Donald Trump's efforts to scale back programs that affect American children.

Obama made the remarks at the annual Partnership for a Healthier America Summit in Washington, D.C.

"We've got to make sure we don't let anybody take us back," she said, noting particularly the Trump administration's efforts to unwind her legacy program to improve nutrition for schoolchildren.

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Climate change making seasonal allergies worse, study says

Climate change makes allergies worseIf you're sniffling and sneezing a lot more lately, you're hardly alone. Climate change is making seasonal allergies worse, an expert says.

"With the combination of increased temperature and carbon dioxide, we are seeing a dramatic change, and allergy sufferers can probably feel that change," said Dr. Richard Weber, president of the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology.

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Trump’s new opioids strategy ‘devastates’ advocates

Trump President Donald Trump campaigned across the country promising to fix the opioid crisis, but public health advocates say his early moves are poised to make it far worse.

The newest development — a proposed 95 percent cut to the office leading the opioid fight — sparked concerns from within the agency and longtime addiction advocates.

"It’s devastating," said Kevin Sabet, who worked in the decades-old Office of National Drug Control Policy, advising the Clinton, George W. Bush and Obama administrations. "It’s the biggest cut I’ve ever seen or had to deal with."

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