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Maine shooting exposes gaps in mental health treatment and communication practices, official says

Maine shooting exposes gaps in mental health treatment and communication practices, official says

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — An Army health official told a panel investigating a mass shooting by a reservist who was experiencing a psychiatric breakdown that there are limitations in health care coverage for reservists compared with full-time soldiers.
Executives of telehealth company accused of fraud that gave easy access to addictive Adderall drug

Executives of telehealth company accused of fraud that gave easy access to addictive Adderall drug

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Top executives of a California-based online mental health company were arrested on allegations of improperly prescribing addictive stimulants like Adderall during the coronavirus pandemic and exacerbating the shortage of the drugs
Gov. Hochul considering a face mask ban on New York City subways, citing antisemitic acts

Gov. Hochul considering a face mask ban on New York City subways, citing antisemitic acts

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Gov. Kathy Hochul said Thursday that she is considering a ban on face masks in the New York City subway system due to concerns about people shielding their identities while committing antisemitic acts.
Work to resume on Calgary water pipe after injuries; consumption continues to rise

Work to resume on Calgary water pipe after injuries; consumption continues to rise

CALGARY — Repairs to a fractured Calgary water pipe were to resume Thursday after two workers were injured at the site, while the city's mayor pleaded with residents to step up their conservation efforts.
Unanimous Supreme Court preserves access to widely used abortion medication

Unanimous Supreme Court preserves access to widely used abortion medication

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously preserved access to a medication that was used in nearly two-thirds of all abortions in the U.S.
FDA took months to react to complaint about Abbott infant formula factory, audit finds

FDA took months to react to complaint about Abbott infant formula factory, audit finds

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration took more than 15 months to act on a whistleblower complaint it received about conditions at an Abbott Nutrition factory that was at the center of a nationwide shortage of infant formula, a new audit shows.
Audit finds Minnesota agency's lax oversight fostered theft of $250M from federal food aid program

Audit finds Minnesota agency's lax oversight fostered theft of $250M from federal food aid program

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A Minnesota agency's inadequate oversight of a federal program that was meant to provide food to kids, and its failure to act on red flags, created the opportunities that led to the theft of $250 million in one of the country's lar
Toxic garlic should have prompted EPA to warn against gardening near Ohio derailment, watchdog says

Toxic garlic should have prompted EPA to warn against gardening near Ohio derailment, watchdog says

The Environmental Protection Agency should conduct additional soil studies near the site of a toxic train derailment in Ohio and warn people it might not be safe to garden there after independent testing showed high levels of chemicals in locally gro
Dozens of hikers became ill during trips to waterfalls near the Grand Canyon

Dozens of hikers became ill during trips to waterfalls near the Grand Canyon

Dozens of hikers say they fell ill during trips to a popular Arizona tourist destination that features towering blue-green waterfalls deep in a gorge neighboring Grand Canyon National Park .
Celine Dion goes public with her private health struggles: What we've learned so far

Celine Dion goes public with her private health struggles: What we've learned so far

Celine Dion is opening up about her life-altering neurological disorder ahead of the release of her documentary, "I Am: Celine Dion.