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Utah's governor signs abortion-halting legislation

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah's governor signed legislation on Saturday that would require doctors to inform women that medication-induced abortions can be halted after taking just one of two pills, despite doctors' groups saying there is little evidence to back up that idea. Proponents of the idea said doctors can give a woman the hormone progesterone to stop an abortion after she has taken the first of two medications needed to complete the ... Full story

Gearbox change to drop Ricciardo five places

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Obamacare Lives But the Health-Care Bull Is Mortal

The demise of the American Health Care act should please investors for now. However, the risks of changing health policy have shifted rather than evaporated. Full story

Trump Administration Approves Keystone XL Pipeline

The move reverses the conclusion of the Obama administration. Full story

3 Outdoor Workouts That Are Better Than Running Health

Related: RIPTENSITY: The New Training System From Men’s Health That Can Flatten Your Belly and Strengthen Your Body and Mind. “You can get a dynamic workout that pushes your limits of strength and stamina through simple bodyweight movements,” says Gideon Akande, winner of Men’s Health Next Top Trainer, who regularly teaches outdoor bootcamps in Chicago. It’s all about the workout design. Use these 3 no-equipment routines to torch fat, build ... Full story

Forget The EpiPen—It’s Time For An Epi-Pill

Last month a congressional committee tore into Mylan CEO Heather Bresch. The charge: jacking up the price of EpiPens , her company’s signature product. Those price hikes left some allergy sufferers without access to emergency epinephrine, the drug that saves people who go into anaphylactic shock. Mylan has control of the marketplace because other companies have a hard time competing with the EpiPen’s patented design. Those who have tried have ... Full story

Night-time loo trips 'linked to salt in diet' News

Image caption Not again... People who wake at night with an urge to go to the loo may need to cut back on salt in their diets, doctors from Japan are suggesting. The problem - called nocturia - which mainly affects the over-60s, leads to disrupted sleep and can significantly affect people's lives. In a study of more than 300 volunteers, researchers found that reduced salt intake led people to urinate less. Advice to follow a sensible diet could ... Full story

Here’s Why Your Toes Keep Cramping

(Torch fat, get fit, and look and feel great with Women's Health's All in 18 DVD !). But most of the time, toe cramps have a few common causes and can be treated with some DIY interventions. Toe cramps have various triggers, but overuse, dehydration , and mineral deficiencies (particularly, potassium, calcium, and magnesium) are some of the most common culprits, according to Kim. When you exercise, you sweat out the minerals your muscles need. ... Full story

Exactly What One Woman Ate To Get Off Her Cholesterol Meds

Making these types of adjustments can be an effective way to lower cholesterol , says Nisha Jhalani, MD, director of clinical and educational services at the Center for Interventional Vascular Therapy, New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center. "I typically give my patients 3 to 6 months to try lifestyle changes alone to lower their cholesterol," says Jhalani. Along with getting enough sleep , drinking only in ... Full story

How states are trying to end the disability unemployment crisis -

This article originally appeared in In These Times . Data in the newly released 2016 Disability Statistics Compendium are highlighting a pernicious, and complex, disparity for the disability community: unemployment. In 2015, less than 35 percent of disabled Americans between 18 and 64 living in the community were employed, in contrast with some 76 percent of their non-disabled counterparts. This is not just a disparity of disabled and ... Full story