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These commonly prescribed medications may increase your risk of dementia, study finds

Medications can increase onset of dimensiaA study out of the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom found there is a link between dementia and certain classes of anticholinergic drugs.

The drugs — particularly antidepressants, bladder antimuscarinics, antipsychotics and antiepileptic drugs — resulted in nearly "50% increased odds of dementia," according to the observational study published Monday in the peer-reviewed JAMA Internal Medicine journal.

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Judge allows Missouri's only abortion clinic to stay open for at least five more days

Missouri abortion clinic

Missouri health officials on Friday refused to renew the St. Louis clinic’s license on the grounds that it failed to meet their standards.

But Circuit Court Judge Michael Stelzer last week left in place an injunction blocking its closure.

On Monday, Stelzer ruled the clinic can stay open until Friday but ruled that the case must go before the Administrative Hearing Commission, which serves as an independent arbiter in disputes between state agencies and individuals or groups.

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Thousands of containers of baby formula recalled nationwide due to concerns of metal

WalmartPerrigo Company plc is recalling thousands of containers of baby formula after discovering one of the lots may contain metal, the FDA announced Friday.

The recall affects 23,388 containers of the 35oz Parent’s Choice Advantage Infant Formula Milk-Based Powder with Iron, which is exclusively sold at Walmart stores nationwide.

Although there have been no reports of injury or illness because of the recalled product, the company issued the recall after a customer reported the presence of metal.

The affected formula has the Lot Code C26EVFV with a “use by” date of February 26, 2021, which can be found at the bottom of the package.

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After high arsenic reports, Keurig Dr Pepper pulls bottled water sold at Target, Walmart

Penafiel waterKeurig Dr Pepper, the company that manufactures Peñafiel water bottles, is voluntarily pulling its bottles after tests found arsenic levels in the product that violate state and federal guidelines.

The original report, issued by the Center for Environmental Health, called for the companies to remove the "toxic chemical" from their bottles and urged retailers to stop selling them.

All bottles of unflavored Peñafiel mineral spring water are included in what Keurig Dr Pepper called a "voluntary withdrawal" in a statement Friday. Peñafiel is currently sold at Target, Walmart and other vendors.

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Missouri won't renew license of St. Louis Planned Parenthood, state's last abortion clinic

St. Louis Planned ParenthoodMissouri’s health department has denied a license renewal for the state’s lone abortion clinic, but a court order allows Planned Parenthood of St. Louis to continue performing the procedure – for now.

Health department director Randall Williams said Friday the state could not approve the renewal after discovering 30 deficiencies at the clinic earlier this year. Four have been corrected so far, Williams said.

In one instance, the clinic performed a failed abortion where a woman found out five weeks later she was still pregnant, Williams said.

“We feel we have a duty to prevent future harm, to prevent future accidents or bad outcomes from happening again,” Williams said.

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Appeals court says Trump family planning restrictions can take effect

Planned parenthood looses court ruling

A federal appeals court this morning said the Trump administration's family planning rules can take effect nationwide while several lawsuits play out, delivering a major blow to Planned Parenthood and states challenging the overhaul.

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals granted the Trump administration's request to lift national injunctions ordered by lower federal courts in Oregon and Washington state, as well as a statewide injunction in California.

A panel of three judges, all appointed by previous Republican presidents, said the administration will likely prevail in the legal battle over the Title X family planning program since the Supreme Court held up similar Reagan-era rules almost 30 years ago, though they were reversed by the Clinton administration before taking effect.

TVNL Comment:  The war against women is well underway.  Wake up, America.

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Top Trump health official warned against controversial ObamaCare changes in private memo

Trump health official warns against new health plan

A top Trump administration health official warned against controversial changes that could undermine ObamaCare in a private memo last year that was released by House Democrats on Friday.

One of the three changes was later finalized by the administration, despite the warning from Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Administrator Seema Verma in the memo. And the other two have not yet been proposed but remain under consideration.

House Democrats said Friday the fact that the administration approved an alteration that could undermine ObamaCare over the objections of one of its own top officials shows that the Trump administration is intent on “sabotage” of the Affordable Care Act.

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