E-cigarettes are still addictive, but they're not as harmful as tobacco cigarettes.
It's worth noting that Trump has only recently begun to ramp up his fundraising efforts, having previously relied largely
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If a company is done with an employee, guest workers often find themselves stranded in the U.S. without a job. After five years as an H-1B, employers are required to start paying social security, so the worker becomes less attractive. When the job is over, so is the visa, making them into illegals. Their staffing company may h
The pharmaceutical industry has become the object of derision over the past couple decades. Al Gore's 2000 presidential campaign marked a high-water moment in this swelling critique, as Mr. Gore juxtaposed 'Big Pharma' alongside 'Big Tobacco' as a central part of his populist message.
African-Americans are disproportionately affected by sickle cell, but not enough are signing up for clinical trials to help.
“You got your justice right here,” the convicted child-killer Pablo Vasquez said as the lethal injection took effect.
The move shuts off the last remaining open market source of drugs used in executions.
Pneumonia killed some 920,000 children globally last year -- and many regions of the world cannot afford to vaccinate children.
Hillary is no different from the Republicans, the Bernie or Bust folks say, and the same goes for Obama and the Democratic Party in general. Although I do believe Bernie would be the better nominee and president than Hillary, I firmly reject this false equivalency.
Meanwhile, the Treasury Department announced the latest in a series of new regulations designed to restrict the inversions
Now that new Treasury Department rules have effectively thwarted Pfizer's attempt to evade its U.S. tax obligations, it's time policymakers turned their attention to something far more common -- and even more damaging.