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'Myriad' Dermatologic Reactions After COVID-19 Vaccination

COVID-19 vaccination can cause a host of both acute and delayed dermatologic reactions, say Indian researchers, who urge a thorough assessment in every affected patient to demonstrate causality. Medscape Medical News

US Drug Distributors Prevail in $2.5 Billion West Virginia Opioid Case

Major US drug distributors McKesson Corp, AmerisourceBergen Corp, and Cardinal Health Inc are not responsible for fueling an opioid epidemic in a part of West Virginia, a federal judge ruled. Reuters Health Information

Fecal Transplant Trial for IBS Shows Lasting Response

Investigators also find that changes in 10 bacteria were significantly correlated with IBS symptoms. Medscape Medical News

Juul Ban Put on Hold as FDA Starts Additional Review

The FDA has put on hold its ban on sales of Juul Labs Inc's e-cigarettes, with the health agency saying late Tuesday that it would do an additional review of the company's marketing application. Reuters Health Information

Hong Kong Considers Shorter COVID Quarantine for Travelers

Hong Kong will look into shortening COVID-19 quarantine requirements for travelers, while still aiming to curb the spread of the virus, the city's new leader John Lee said on Tuesday. Reuters Health Information

Large Texas Abortion Provider Will Relocate to New Mexico

One of the largest abortion providers in Texas is planning to move its operations to New Mexico. Associated Press

CureVac Files Patent Lawsuit in Germany Against BioNTech Over mRNA Technology

CureVac has filed a patent lawsuit in Germany against BioNTech over its use of mRNA technology, marking one of the first known cases of a company going to court amid vaccine competition. Reuters Health Information

Panama Reports Country's First Monkeypox Case

Panama registered its first case of monkeypox in a resident who was infected after being in contact with tourists from Europe, Panama's health ministry said Tuesday. Reuters Health Information

Nevada Sees Increase in Out-of-State Abortion Patients

Las Vegas has seen a 200% increase in patients traveling from Texas, as compared with the same time last year. WebMD Health News

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