FDA To Allow Sale Of Hearing Aids Without Prescription

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday issued a final rule to improve access to hearing aids which may, in turn, lower costs for millions of Americans. This action establishes a new category of over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids, enabling consumers with perceived mild to moderate hearing impairment to purchase hearing aids directly …

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Experts Debunk Monkeypox Myths As Misinformation Spreads

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Orion Rummler The story originally appeared in The 19th. Can monkeypox spread on the subway? Can it kill like COVID-19? Is it transmitted through sex? Misconceptions, myths and a lack of public knowledge on the monkeypox virus are widespread. Despite 57 percent of adults recently polled by Morning Consult feeling …

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The Independent State Legislature Doctrine Could Reverse 200 Years Of Progress And Take Power Away From The People

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Henry L. Chambers Jr., University of Richmond In a case to be heard in the coming months, the U.S. Supreme Court could decide that state legislatures have control over congressional elections, including the ability to draw voting districts for partisan political advantage, unconstrained by state law or state constitutions. At issue …

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