The e-cigarette company says it never sought teenage users, but the F.D.A. is investigating whether Juul intentionally marketed its devices to youth

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Sherri and Thomas Croom have been foster parents to 27 children — from newborns to teenagers — during the past decade

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Improved treatment has nearly tripled viral suppression rates among HIV patients in the United States over the past two decades, researchers report. But viral suppression rates remain lower among young people and black Americans, the researchers add

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“Getting a Medicaid card has enabled a lot of people to get into doctors’ offices and get treatment for their addiction,” said lead researcher Brendan Saloner. He’s an assistant professor of health policy and management at Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics and School of Public Health in Baltimore

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Machine learning has the potential to save thousands of people from skin cancer each year—while putting others at greater risk

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He wants to give it away for free. A Harvard scientist thinks he’s reached a new milestone: a genetic test that help identify people who are at high risk of heart attacks. Can he convince doctors to use it?

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At the same hospital. The cost of four common inpatient surgeries can vary by more than six times at the same Minnesota hospital. That is a key takeaway from the Minnesota Department of Health’s latest examination of the cost of medical care

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