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EpiPen maker responds to price-hike criticism

Reported by CBS News
Mylan CEO Heather Bresch went on the offensive Thursday as the company announced it would provide consumers a discount for the EpiPen. The pharmaceutical company has raised the price of the life-saving device by 500% since 2009. Vinita Nair reports. »more

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NATIONAL PARK SERVICE »

8/25: Trump doubles down on calling Clinton a bigot; National Park Service celebrates 100th anniversary

Admission fees are being waived at all 412 national parks for the weekend as the National Park Service celebrates its 100th anniversary; The presidential election got ugly in an unprecedented way on Thursday as both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump accused each other of bigotry.
CBS News

 
ZIKA VIRUS »

Neurological damage from Zika virus broader than first thought

Images of fetuses infected with the Zika virus while still in the womb reveal neurological damage far more extensive than doctors previously thought possible, with abnormalities that range from massive calcifications in the brain to normal head sizes but very little brain tissue, researchers have..
Newsday

 
NIGHTCLUB SHOOTING »

2 Orlando hospitals won't bill Pulse nightclub shooting survivors

Orlando Health and Florida Hospital won’t be charging victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting for their medical care, the hospitals said in statements Wednesday.
ajc.com

 
PREGNANCY »

Concerns raised over teenage pregnancy 'magic dolls'

Teenage pregnancy prevention programmes which use 'magic dolls' to simulate the needs of a new baby do not work, according to a study in The Lancet.
BBC News

 
KAZAKHSTAN »
Mumbai-Newark Air India flight diverted to Kazakhstan after fire alarm goes off
Sushma Swaraj tweeted saying all passengers off the Mumbai-Newark flight were safe.
DNA

 
NORTH DAKOTA »
Native Americans Protest New Oil Pipeline In North Dakota
Native Americans and environmentalists are protesting a pipeline slated to carry a half a million barrels of crude daily from North Dakota to Illinois. But the oil industry says the pipeline is safe.
NPR

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