The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said 530 confirmed and probable cases have been reported in 38 states and one U.S. territory, up from 380 a week ago.
A group of international health experts says the world needs to do more to prepare for the next big pandemic, or suffer the consequences.
This isn’t the first time researchers have looked at a possible link between the two, but one expert says women should take the study with a grain of salt.
North Carolina attorney general Josh Stein, who sued Juul back in May, claims the companies “unlawfully entice young people to become addicted to their harmful products.”
The Canadian Pharmacists Associations is among those raising concerns about the Trump administration’s announcement.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, a Democrat presidential candidate, has announced plans to accompany diabetics this weekend to Canada to buy life-saving insulin, which costs roughly one-10th the price here than in the States.
A new website developed by researchers in Canada and Asia showed that the world could have saved $341 billion each year if mothers breastfeed their children for longer, helping prevent early deaths and various diseases.
The study found that women were more likely to be harmed by a spouse, partner or family member, while men were more likely to be harmed by a stranger.
Congo’s epidemic is the second worst ever, with 2,108 cases of Ebola and 1,411 deaths since last August.
Uganda has confirmed a case of Ebola brought over from the neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo.