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FDA Warns Website Operators Illegally Selling Opioids to Consumers

The opioids offered for sale include products such as tramadol and oxycodone.  These are prescription drugs that have significant risks of addiction, abuse and misuse, which can lead to overdose and death, and should only be used under the supervision of a licensed health care provider.

Electronic Smile Now Available in a Mask

MaskMarket.com is unveiling a new LED Smart Mask today that will allow mask wearers a unique opportunity to show off an electronic smile and much more. The sound-activated LED Smart Mask lights up and simulates facial expressions for talking...

Verndari Reports: Publication in the Journal Vaccine of Early Data Using VaxiPatch™ Vaccine System to Administer Flu Vaccine Reports

“The Verndari VaxiPatch™ system holds the promise of enabling faster development of vaccines for new threats such as COVID-19 as well as more effective vaccines for existing viruses, such as influenza,” said Dr. Daniel R. Henderson, CEO of Verndari.

Medela Announces NEW Pump In Style® Breast Pump with First-of-Its-Kind MaxFlow™ Technology

The Pump In Style Breast Pump with MaxFlow Technology is designed for moms who pump several times a day and need a highly effective breast pump to maintain their supply.

Patent Pending, No-Contact IR Thermometer Released Before Back to School

Their no contact IR thermometer quickly and easily measures the temperature of students and staff as they board the school bus or enter a building, without any contact.

Hologic Launches ‘Back to Screening’ Campaign to Encourage Women to Prioritize Mammograms Delayed due to COVID-19 Pandemic

Hologic’s Back to Screening campaign features a page where visitors can sign up for a reminder to schedule their annual mammograms.

Easy Breathe Develops New Way for Users to Get Their CPAP Prescription Renewed Quickly Online

The CPAP Prescription Renewal program is just one of the ways that Easy Breathe has been making CPAP easier for people with sleep apnea. 

HPV Test Misses Twice as Many Women Who Develop Cervical Cancer as Cotesting, Quest Diagnostics Health Trends™ Study Finds

The largest study of a nationally representative American population demonstrates co-testing outperforms HPV or Pap testing alone in detecting cancer and precancer in women 30 years and older. The study is significant because it is the largest to date to assess the performance of guideline-recommended cervical cancer screening methods in a diverse population of American women in real-world care settings. It reveals stark differences in the performance of the various recommended methods in detecting cancer and precancers in women 30 years of age and older.