South Dakota Republicans have introduced a bill stating that medical professionals who provide health care services to transgender people under 18 years of age could face up to 10 years of imprisonment. Doctors providing gender-transition treatments for minors could face a Class 4 felony.
Last week, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced on Twitter that he would propose a law that could establish the state’s own generic prescription drug label. His proposal is an effort to take power out of the hands of greedy pharmaceutical companies that have skyrocketed the prices of prescription drugs.
A new study conducted by the researchers of UC, San Francisco, has found that people who use e-cigarettes are more likely to develop chronic lung disease of COPD. The study also found that people who use both conventional cigarettes and e-cigarettes are even more likely to receive COPD diagnosis.
High inulin prices in the United States have been affecting people with diabetes because they find it too expensive to afford. So, in search of cheaper insulin, a group of West Virginia residents has moved to Canada, where the insulin price is 10 ten times cheaper than the insulin price in America.
The Cannabis industry, after controlling North America, has been trying to enter and conquer the European market despite strict regulations and ethical debates. A survey found that nearly half of the British population are in favor of legalizing marijuana for recreational purpose.
A 17-year-old male patient has successfully undergone a double-lung transplant after he was found to have damaged lungs due to vaping. He was operated at Henry Ford Hospital on October 15. Before the surgery, he was on life support for a month. The doctors said he would have died if the surgery was not performed.
A survey from Gallup and West Health has found that more than 13 percent (nearly 34 million) Americans said that their family members or friends passed away in the last five years because they were not able to pay for their prescription drugs. The poll found that high drug prices are keeping Americans from addressing their health issues.