(Reuters) - Amid a growing U.S. opioid addiction, health insurer Cigna Corp will stop covering OxyContin, the opioid painkiller sold by Purdue Pharma LP, as of Jan. 1 and will instead cover an equivalent with a formulation less vulnerable to abuse, the company said on Wednesday.
After all the conjunctions at dawn in Leo the past few weeks, you’d think nature would give it a rest. Not on your life. Tomorrow morning (Thurs. Oct. 5), Venus will pass just ¼° north of Mars l ... Read more
Stem cell medicine has huge potential but unscrupulous clinics offering unrealistic hopes are endangering its future The credibility of stem cell research is at risk because of charlatans and dodgy cl ... Read more
CAPE CANAVERAL AIR FORCE STATION, FL — A classified spy satellite for the U.S. governments National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) is set to kick of a launch double header this week on the Florida Space ... Read more
Grab your tri friends, hook up the live coverage, serve some Kona-inspired drinks, and throw a shindig that’ll make the Kona athletes jealous. The post How to Throw the Ultimate Kona Viewing Party app ... Read more
(Reuters) - A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers unveiled legislation on Wednesday that would overhaul aspects of the National Security Agency's warrantless internet surveillance program in an effort ... Read more
Three scientists who developed new ways to capture the clearest snapshots of life’s complex molecules have been awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry. Jacques Dubochet of the University of Lausanne in ... Read more
For their immeasurable contributions to the discovery of gravitational waves, Caltech professors Kip S. Thorne and Barry C. Barish, and MIT professor emeritus Rainer Weiss, were awarded the 2017 Nobel ... Read more