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Nasal spray could help drive down suicide rates among U.S. veterans
“Here’s a window into a tragedy within the American military,” New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristoff wrote in an April column. “For every soldier killed on the battlefield this year, about 25 veterans are dying by their own hands.”
FDA grants three kidney disease devices to enter expedited approval process
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has expanded its accelerated approval process for medical devices to include end-stage renal-disease devices. Three out of 32 applicants were selected to be among the first to qualify for the program.
Oil spill cleanup technology lags dangerously behind
BP and other giant oil corporations have invested billions of dollars to develop means of drilling deeper and farther out to sea, yet they have invested relatively no money in developing effective deep-sea oil cleanup and response methods. Every year,