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FDA says mineral sunscreens are safe, chemical sunscreens need more research

Food and Drug Administration is working on a rule that could change the way consumers think about which ingredients in sunscreen are considered safe, saying they believe now that mineral sunscreens are safe but products that use chemicals need more research.The FDA announced Thursday that it has proposed a rule to declare mineral sunscreen ingredients as safe, specifically zinc oxide and titanium dioxide.
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Here's Why Dietitians Don't Recommend the Whole30 Diet or Even Consider It Safe

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Here's Why Dietitians Don't Recommend the Whole30 Diet or Even Consider It Safe
Chances are you know someone who has tried the Whole30 diet, whether it's your friend who posted photos of her weight loss on Instagram or your coworkers who swapped recipes and ideas in the break room, while the rest of you swarmed over the last everything bagel.But just because a diet is popular doesn't mean it's healthy or right for you.
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Overnight Health Care — Presented by PCMA — State of the Union takeaways | DOJ sues to stop country’s first safe injection site | House Dems to consider bills to overturn Trump ObamaCare actions

Meanwhile, the Department of Justice is taking action for the first time to stop what could be the country's first safe injection site for opioids from opening.(In the context of the the National Institutes of Health budget, that’s not much.
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U.S. sues to block Philadelphia safe drug-injection site

REUTERS/Brian Snyder/File PhotoThe lawsuit, filed in federal court in Philadelphia, follows warnings by the Justice Department under Republican President Donald Trump that cities which seek to open so-called safe injection sites could face legal action.The lawsuit alleges Safehouse’s facility would violate the Controlled Substances Act by maintaining a place that would facilitate illegal drug use.
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When it's safe to take expired medicine and when it's not

Next time you go into your medicine cabinet and see that a bottle of aspirin has expired, you might wonder how serious that expiration date really is.To get more details and find out when you shouldn't take expired medicine, INSIDER spoke with American Pharmacist Association spokesperson Vincent Hartzell, PharmD, of Hartzell's Pharmacy to explain the expiration dates on medicines and what you should do when they expire.
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