- DOJ: Postal service can deliver abortion pills.
- NIH-funded food pyramid says lucky charms are better than steak; chocolate covered almonds are better than cheddar cheese.
- Pro-choice argument: the FDA’s step forward on abortion medications is not nearly good enough.
- The European Union bans 1,300 ingredients from use in cosmetics. The US bans 11. (NYT)
A few months ago, I was talking to an old colleague about the U.S. Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade. I was reminded of the abortion ships would anchor just off the coast of Ireland in 2001. Would something similar occur off the Southeast coast and Gulf Coast? I even wondered how states would police the U.S. Postal Service, which could deliver pills capable of resulting in abortions through the mail.
There is considerable debate about whether plaque causes Alzheimer’s disease or is a byproduct of Alzheimer’s. One of the original studies that supposedly nudged scientists down the path of plaque atrophy theory has now been accused of using doctored photos to bolster their case.