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England set to light up e-cigs on prescription for smokers

England’s state-funded National Health Service (NHS) could start prescribing medically licensed electronic cigarettes to smokers in a world first, the health ministry said Friday. The move comes despite international concerns about the effects of commercially sold e-cigarettes and the popularity of vaping among young people. The country’s medicines regulator is publishing updated guidance that the

Valneva’s COVID-19 Shot Set for Phase Three Trial This Month

PARIS (Reuters) – Valneva on Tuesday reported positive results for its COVID-19 vaccine in early stage clinical trials and said it planned to launch a Phase Three trial this month. The French drugmaker, whose shot uses the technology behind its licensed Japanese encephalitis vaccine, tested its vaccine in 153 adults with three dose levels based

Actor Ethan Suplee Has a Pretty Vicious Set of Abs Now

After losing (and gaining) and losing more than 500 pounds over his life, last year Ethan Suplee set a new goal: “I want to hit 10 percent body fat,” Suplee said. “And I’m within reach.” Which is saying something, considering that the actor and now anti-diet evangelist had already drastically overhauled his weight, fitness, and

Nuclear magnetic resonance insights set stage for next-gen targeted cancer therapies for adults and children

Scientists at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital have visualized previously unknown structures of the ABL kinase, offering insight for designing the next generation of targeted therapies for adult and childhood cancers. The work will advance understanding of treatment resistance to targeted cancer therapies. The findings appear as an advance online publication today in Science. Central

See Tori Spelling’s 'BH90210' Family: 'Proud Set Mom'

Seeing double! Tori Spelling posed for an on-set pic with her BH90210 family. “Proud set mom!” the Beverly Hills, 90210 alum, 46, captioned her Thursday, July 18, Instagram Story pic. “These are the amazing kiddo’s that play ‘Tori’s’ children in @bh90210. Kate, Beckham, Sebastian, Bailey, Georgia, Everly, Cruz.” In the social media upload, the actress,

Olivia Wilde Is Dead Set on Teaching Her Toddlers This Life Lesson ASAP

Olivia Wilde’s children — her 4-year-old Otis and 1-year-old Daisy — are adorable. As children (and well-behaved children, no less), you wouldn’t necessarily think to call them "self-involved," but Wilde has described them that way herself. She’s not just being harsh, however. She has good reason for being brutally honest. The actor told InStyle just how

Front Desk Staff Can Set Up a Practice for Successful Billing

TUESDAY, July 31, 2018 — Allowing front desk staff adequate time and an uninterrupted environment to focus on billing can prevent problems later on, according to an article published in Physicians Practice. To prevent problems with billing and collections, it is important to get things right at the front desk. All front desk employees should

How to get in the vacation mind-set to ease your stress

How to get in the vacation mind-set to ease your stress – even if you aren’t going anywhere Three-quarters of Americans get some paid vacation time from work Research shows that time off reduces stress levels and makes people more productive when they return   But making the most of that time is difficult in a

US regulators approve the first migraine-prevention drug

New once-a-month drug offers hope to millions with severe migraines (and it will be available next week) The injected medication Aimovig is due to be available within the next week Unlike other migraine drugs, it does not cause side effects like weight gain Side effects can be worse than migraines, with up to 86% stopping

Cancer patients set to benefit from world’s largest surgery study

Improved care for patients undergoing cancer surgery is the focus of a pioneering worldwide study. Doctors say the initiative—funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) – will enable them to gauge surgery quality across the globe and highlight ways to improve patient care. Some 16 million people worldwide will be diagnosed with cancer