Republicans are right about one thing: Birth control pills must be available to buy without a prescription. The American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists says the studies are clear: OTC oral contraception improves women's health. People are concerned that the switch means that Obamacare won't cover it anymore, but that could be fixed. Concerns over affordability (or Republican agendas) shouldn't stop people from supporting OTC oral contraceptives.
Researchers at UC San Francisco and University of Nebraska Medical Center plan to develop a dementia "ecosystem," which aims to reduce the cost of caring for the growing number of dementia patients and to ease the strain on caregivers.
More than 2 billion people are infected with intestinal worms. They can cause anemia. Anemia can cause serious problems, but mild anemia can actually be helpful for fighting some diseases. Maybe that's why the evidence for deworming is so mixed. The parasites can spread through soil and water.