Representative Introduces Resolution to Remove President Under 25th Amendment

He cites the description of the special counsel in the report on the handling of classified documents. Representative Ken Buck of Colorado introduced a resolution on Monday that…

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FDA Approves Xolair for Food Allergy Treatment

Associate Director Stone says the injection, while not a cure, “will help reduce the health impact if accidental exposure occurs.“ U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved…

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VA Launches Surgery Initiative Nationwide

The Surgical Pause Initiative won the 2023 award for patient safety and quality. The Department of Veterans Affairs is expanding its Surgical Pause Initiative across the nation. Already…

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CDC Resumes Anti-Smoking Campaign

The agency’s focus is on menthol cigarettes. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is running nationwide ads featuring former smokers’ stories of health dangers. The agency’s campaign is particularly…

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Eight States to Test New HHS Homelessness Recovery Program

Technical assistance is offered to strengthen the partnership between states and the federal government. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced that eight states will be…

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DOJ Settles Opioid User Discrimination Case with PA Court System

Addicts approved for anti-addiction treatment were not given their prescriptions. The Department of Justice (DOJ) secured an agreement with the Judicial System of Pennsylvania requiring state courts to…

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First Lady Promotes Women’s Health Research in Atlanta

She highlights the White House Initiative on research for women’s health launched last fall. First Lady Jill Biden promoted the White House Initiative on Women’s Health Research on…

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HUD Awards $39 Million for Low-Income Home Hazard Identification

Funding to go to 23 organizations in 15 states. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded $39 million to 23 organizations and governmental programs focused on…

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DOE Finalizes Rule on Gas Stove Efficiency

A milder version than the original proposal was released after congressional pushback. The Department of Energy (DOE) finalized the rule requiring new gas stoves to reduce emissions, after…

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VA Announces Grants for Veteran Suicide Prevention

The community-based organizations provide support, screenings, and case management. The Department of Veterans Affairs recently announced the availability of $52.5 million in funding for grants to organizations focused…

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