Feds: Ex-CEO is first drug exec indicted in opioid crisis
The former head of a drug distributor has been indicted on what federal prosecutors say are the first-ever criminal charges against a drug company executive stemming from the opioid crisis
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Yoga for the body you have: A Seattle program is changing the way we talk about yoga, health and eating-disorder recovery
Opal Food and Body Wisdom, an eating disorder-recovery center in the University District, hosts workshops for yoga teachers in hopes of facilitating a healthier, more inclusive community.
Young mom dying of colon cancer at 35 urges young adults to 'get screened'
When Tonya Ferguson-Chams had stomach problems, she simply thought it was from being pregnant. She had no idea that colon cancer was to blame.
Researchers study how E. coli clones have become major cause of drug-resistant infections
A 'superbug' clone of E. coli has evolved to prevent itself from becoming so dominant that it could potentially wipe out the bacteria from existence, scientists led by the University of Birmingham have discovered.
For First Time, Pharmaceutical Distributor Faces Federal Criminal Charges Over Opioid Crisis
The charges against the wholesaler, Rochester Drug Cooperative, and two of its former executives marked a new tactic for prosecutors in tackling the epidemic of addiction to prescription painkillers.
U.S. brings first criminal case against major drug distributor over opioids
The U.S. government on Tuesday filed its first criminal charges against a major drug distributor and company executives over their roles in the nation's opioid epidemic.
New study: A low-carb breakfast could be ideal for diabetes control
What should you eat for breakfast if you have diabetes? We’ve always recommended that you skip the carbs and fuel up with fat and protein instead — and a new study confirms that this is excellent advice. The study , published by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition , has shown that eating a low-carbohydrate, high-fat breakfast can help prevent blood sugar spikes in people with type 2 diab...
Gender Bias Is Preventing Women From Getting ‘Life-Saving’ (And Damaging) Statins
Goodness, this whole gender-bias problem is getting serious. In the Fat Head Report video I posted earlier this week, vegan doctor John McDougall explained that humans developed a reputation for... Read more »
Racing Heartbeat and the Shakes? It Could Be a Panic Attack
Trying to remember the first time you had a panic attack is like trying to recall your first day of kindergarten. You know it sent you careening down a Slip 'N Slide of emotions, but you can't for the life of you drop yourself back there and re-experience the nuance. There have been many panic attacks between my first and now, though attempts to remember the first cascade of accelerated heartbe...