EpiPen shortage raises alarm for parents as school starts
A widespread shortage of EpiPens across the country could send children with serious allergies to school without the medication that prevents them from going into anaphylactic shock if they are exposed. Read more
Price’s air travel wasted $341,000, HHS watchdog says
Former Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price repeatedly failed to follow federal requirements during his travels, wasting hundreds of thousands of dollars in government funds, according to the internal watchdog of the department he once led. Read the full article: Washington Post Read more
Candidate Kemp’s gun ad prompts some backlash
To Brian Kemp’s supporters, the campaign ad is a lighthearted portrayal of a protective, gun-wielding Southern father vetting a potential suitor for one of his daughters. But to many viewers, the ad for a Georgia gubernatorial candidate came across as intimidating and a particularly bad example of how to... Read more
Georgia nursing home workers charged as veteran left alone to die
On Wednesday, nearly four years after James Dempsey gasped for air and died, two nurses and an aide were indicted on numerous charges, including murder. Read the full article: Washington Post Read more
CDC gets list of forbidden words
Trump administration officials are forbidding officials at the nation’s top public health agency from using a list of seven words or phrases – including “fetus” and “transgender” – in any official documents being prepared for next year’s budget. Read the full article: Washington Post Read more

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