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No More Nuggets? School Lunch Goes Farm-to-table — for Some

No More Nuggets? School Lunch Goes Farm-to-table — for Some

HEALTH | By Jocelyn Gecker | Jan 24, 2023

The food served at the suburban San Francisco school system, Mount Diablo Unified, reflects a trend away from mass-produced, reheated meals.

Amazon Launches a Subscription Prescription Drug Service

Amazon Launches a Subscription Prescription Drug Service

HEALTH | By Tom Murphy and Haleluya Hadero | Jan 24, 2023

Amazon will launch a subscription service for customers who have Prime memberships. People will pay $5 a month to fill as many prescriptions as they need from a list of about 50 generic medications.

U.S. Proposes Once-a-year COVID Shots for Most Americans

U.S. Proposes Once-a-year COVID Shots for Most Americans

HEALTH | By Matthew Perrone | Jan 24, 2023

The Food and Drug Administration proposed a simplified approach for future vaccination efforts, allowing most adults and children to get a once-a-year shot to protect against the mutating virus.

These are the 10 Best Lubes for Gay Men

These are the 10 Best Lubes for Gay Men

HEALTH | By Christopher Ehlers | Jan 22, 2023

It goes without saying that the wrong lube can totally mess up a good time. But with thousands of options on the market, what's the best lube to use, and why?

West Virginia Ban on Minors' Gender-Affirming Care Advances

West Virginia Ban on Minors' Gender-Affirming Care Advances

HEALTH | By Leah Willingham | Jan 20, 2023

A bill that would ban physicians from providing gender-affirming surgery to minors is advancing in West Virginia.

Hopes for HIV Vaccine Dashed as Drug Fails Trial

Hopes for HIV Vaccine Dashed as Drug Fails Trial

HEALTH | By Kilian Melloy | Jan 20, 2023

A major drug trial was halted early when it became clear that the vaccine did not prevent participants in the trial from acquiring HIV.

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