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How companies are working around Apple’s ban on vaping apps How companies are working around Apple’s ban on vaping apps

How companies are working around Apple’s ban on vaping apps

By 19 hours ago

Apple banned vaping apps in November 2019. Since then, the company has said very little about its decision, leaving many companies upset and confused about its blanket prohibition. Three months later, companies are working around Apple’s ban. Here’s how they’re doing it. Apple’s wide-sweeping ban on vaping affected apps from Juul, Pax and many others,…

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Mumps cases at highest level in a decade as a result of ‘anti-vax information’, says government Mumps cases at highest level in a decade as a result of ‘anti-vax information’, says government

Mumps cases at highest level in a decade as a result of ‘anti-vax information’, says government

By 2 days ago

The number of recorded cases of mumps has soared to its highest level in a decade, new figures have shown. Mumps is a contagious infection that causes the glands on the side of the face to swell painfully, the NHS explains. A person’s risk of contracting mumps can be reduced exponentially by having an MMR vaccine,…

Ian Paterson: How breast surgeon ‘mutilated’ hundreds of women over two decades Ian Paterson: How breast surgeon ‘mutilated’ hundreds of women over two decades

Ian Paterson: How breast surgeon ‘mutilated’ hundreds of women over two decades

By 4 days ago

Hundreds of women were subjected to painful, life-changing surgery at the hands of convicted breast surgeon Ian Paterson, who was able to “hide in plain sight” in NHS and private hospitals across the midlands for more than two decades, an independent inquiry has said. Paterson was a charismatic surgeon, who won over his patients and was…

Work stoppages up in 2019 Work stoppages up in 2019

Work stoppages up in 2019

By 4 days ago

With help from Allie Bice and Timothy Noah Editor’s Note: This edition of Morning Shift is published Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 10 a.m. POLITICO Pro Employment & Immigration subscribers hold exclusive early access to the newsletter each morning at 6 a.m. Learn more about POLITICO Pro’s comprehensive policy intelligence coverage, policy tools and services…

‘Bath Salts’ Feel Like a Drug From the Past—But They’re Still Wreaking Havoc ‘Bath Salts’ Feel Like a Drug From the Past—But They’re Still Wreaking Havoc

‘Bath Salts’ Feel Like a Drug From the Past—But They’re Still Wreaking Havoc

By 6 days ago

When a group of powerful, legal stimulants burst onto the drug scene in the UK and U.S. a decade ago, they caused a media frenzy. In Britain, mephedrone came virtually out of nowhere in 2009 to become a hugely popular drug with university students, clubbers and rural teenagers. Dubbed “meow meow” by newspapers and sold…

Ian Paterson: Rogue breast surgeon hid in plain sight due to ‘dysfunctional’ healthcare system, says inquiry Ian Paterson: Rogue breast surgeon hid in plain sight due to ‘dysfunctional’ healthcare system, says inquiry

Ian Paterson: Rogue breast surgeon hid in plain sight due to ‘dysfunctional’ healthcare system, says inquiry

By 6 days ago

Hundreds of potential victims of convicted breast surgeon Ian Paterson may still not have been identified after an independent inquiry found nearly a third of patients it spoke to had not been contacted. Paterson is serving 20 years in jail after being convicted in 2017 of carrying out unnecessary surgery on hundreds of women over…

LISS-RIORDAN drops out — PRESSLEY opens up about her hair — BAKER no longer most popular governor in USA LISS-RIORDAN drops out — PRESSLEY opens up about her hair — BAKER no longer most popular governor in USA

LISS-RIORDAN drops out — PRESSLEY opens up about her hair — BAKER no longer most popular governor in USA

By 7 days ago

GOOD MORNING, MASSACHUSETTS. TGIF! PROGRAMMING NOTE: Massachusetts Playbook will not publish on Monday, Jan. 20. I’ll be back in your inbox on Tuesday, Jan. 21.Advertisement NEW: LISS-RIORDAN DROPS OUT — Shannon Liss-Riordan is ending her primary campaign to unseat Sen. Ed Markey today. The Brookline labor attorney said the path to victory was too difficult…

Wall Street Is Buying Cigarettes Wall Street Is Buying Cigarettes

Wall Street Is Buying Cigarettes

By 1 week ago

At the end of January, Adam Spielman, a London-based managing director at Citigroup, made a suggestion to clients in an email: Buy stock in Altria, one of the largest cigarette producers in the world. On its face, it was an odd proposal. That same month, Altria needed to write down its initial $12.8 billion investment…

Sports shops putting runners at increased risk of injury with ‘unqualified advice’, surgeon warns Sports shops putting runners at increased risk of injury with ‘unqualified advice’, surgeon warns

Sports shops putting runners at increased risk of injury with ‘unqualified advice’, surgeon warns

By 1 week ago

Sports shops are putting runners at increased risk of injury by giving “unqualified advice” when selling trainers and insoles, a knee surgeon has claimed. Amir Qureshi said retailers may unwittingly be putting customers at risk by claiming to provide detailed in-store assessments about limb movement — known as gait analysis. Many sports shops now offer…

Despite being banned, Big Tobacco is still on social media Despite being banned, Big Tobacco is still on social media

Despite being banned, Big Tobacco is still on social media

By 1 week ago

Big Tobacco likes to stay ahead of the curve – to survive, it has to. Its fundamental problem is that one in two of its long-term users die from tobacco-related diseases. To hook a new generation into addiction, it has to try every advertising and marketing trick in its playbook. And it has to be…

Cervical cancer ‘could be eliminated’ by vaccine and improved screening Cervical cancer ‘could be eliminated’ by vaccine and improved screening

Cervical cancer ‘could be eliminated’ by vaccine and improved screening

By 1 week ago

Cervical cancer has the potential to be eliminated thanks to upgraded screening and jabs for children, NHS experts say. The health service has completed its rollout of a new screening method which sees cervical samples first checked for the human papilloma virus (HPV). HPV causes almost all cases of cervical cancer and can also cause…

Wuhan pneumonia: Mystery China virus is from same family as Sars, scientists say Wuhan pneumonia: Mystery China virus is from same family as Sars, scientists say

Wuhan pneumonia: Mystery China virus is from same family as Sars, scientists say

By 2 weeks ago

A mystery respiratory illness in a Chinese city could be caused by a new virus from the same family as Sars, experts have said. Nearly 60 people have fallen ill with a new strain of viral pneumonia in Wuhan, which had raised fears of another deadly severe acute respiratory syndrome (Sars) outbreak. A new member of the…

Vaping crackdown wipes £1.9bn off cigarette maker Imperial Brands Vaping crackdown wipes £1.9bn off cigarette maker Imperial Brands

Vaping crackdown wipes £1.9bn off cigarette maker Imperial Brands

By 2 weeks ago

Tobacco company Imperial Brands saw its shares plunge on Wednesday after warning that a crackdown on vaping in the US would hurt profits. The announcement wiped almost £1.9bn off Imperial’s market capitalisation as shares fell 10 per cent before partially recovering to trade 8 per cent down. Imperial, which makes cigarette brands including Lambert &…

PATRICK’s Bay State swing — BAKER to roll out budget plan — NEAL says infrastructure bill could happen PATRICK’s Bay State swing — BAKER to roll out budget plan — NEAL says infrastructure bill could happen

PATRICK’s Bay State swing — BAKER to roll out budget plan — NEAL says infrastructure bill could happen

By 2 weeks ago

GOOD MORNING, MASSACHUSETTS. PATRICK’S BAY STATE SWING — With the Iowa and New Hampshire contests looming, Deval Patrick will rally his supporters at the Prince Hall Grand Lodge in Dorchester tonight. Advertisement The event comes days after the former governor announced six additions to his Massachusetts campaign team. Patrick’s national campaign is based here in…

What are the laws for sperm donation in the UK? What are the laws for sperm donation in the UK?

What are the laws for sperm donation in the UK?

By 2 weeks ago

A recent report published in the Journal of Medical Ethics has argued that doctors should be able to take sperm from men who have passed away if they have consented to becoming post-mortem donors. The authors state that doing so is “both feasible and morally permissible”, as it may help to ensure that “sufficient quantities…

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