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Meet the Vietnamese Singer Fighting for Social Justice
Mai Khoi is a Vietnamese singer/songwriter who is championing social change in her home country.
Some Anti-Depressants Linked to Rare Cases of Birth Defects, Study Reveals
A new study has shed light on the complex interaction between anti-depressants and pregnancy by looking at thousands of women who took them before giving birth. The study published in The BMJ, previously known as the British Medical Journal, found that some popular antidepressants known as SSRIs
Stores Advertising Cheaper Drugs From Canada Are Put to the Test
Part 3: Howard Sklamberg of the FDA said only "a very small percentage" of drugs are actually from Canada.
ABC News Investigation Into Counterfeit Prescription Drug Operations in the US
A year-long ABC News “20/20” investigation uncovered numerous operations involving the sale of dangerous counterfeit prescription drugs , many of which were sold under the guise of being authentic medication shipped in from Canada , or sold openly on the streets, Flea Markets, or retail stores in
Culture Wars Raging Again Ahead Of 2016 Race
The culture wars are raging again, bringing the predictable splits. Democrats say one thing; Republicans -- including all of the potential 2016ers -- say another, reflecting real divisions among voters. But there's something missing on the GOP side: some of the biggest voices in the business
The Note: Obama’s Latest Numbers
NOTABLES A FLATTENED APPROVAL RATING IS SOFTENED BY SOME UNDERLYING GAINS for Barack Obama in the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll -- with no sign of tailwinds for the Republicans in Congress. After a 9-point jump in overall approval in January, Obama’s landed at an even split: Forty-seven
It couldn't be much better for Ford
Conversation With Joey Logano Logano Finishes Fine Ford Foray By John Oreovicz DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Joey Logano 's victory for Team Penske in the Daytona 500 capped a remarkable 2015 Speedweeks for the Ford Motor Company. Ford's run of success started in late January when Chip Ganassi Racing
From Fireworks to Boredom: Why Some Pets Take Prozac
Have you been feeling tired and listless lately? Has life got you down? Are you a dog? It seems we humans aren’t the only ones who get sad, anxious and depressed. An estimated 2.8 million dog owners give their dogs calming and anxiety medicines like Prozac each year, according to the National Pet
3 Things to Know About the Erectile Dysfunction Drug Cialis
The makers of Cialis are pushing to make their blockbuster erectile dysfunction drug available over-the-counter – a move that could land the little orange tablet on drug store shelves alongside decongestants and other bathroom cabinet staples. Sanofi and Eli Lilly announced plans Wednesday to seek
Pharmaceuticals Still in Play With Pfizer's $100B Bid for AstraZeneca
Morning Money Memo: Deal-making in the pharmaceutical and health care industries is on the rise. The latest example is Pfizer Inc.’s offer to buy British-based AstraZeneca for nearly $100 billion. Astra shares jumped nearly 15 percent today and the company says the Pfizer bid...