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Singing the Blues: Study of Pop Music Finds Rise in Sadness

Expired Medicine? There's Probably Some Wiggle Room

By Mark Kennedy |
A study of hundreds of thousands of popular songs over the past three decades has found a downward sonic trend in happiness and an increase in sadness, as the chirpy band Wham! gav...

Lawmakers Repel Challenge to Sugar Program

Lawmakers Repel Challenge to Sugar Program

By Andrew Taylor | May 19
The U.S. sugar industry on Thursday won an easier-than-expected victory over food processors, soft drink manufacturers and candy makers trying to rewrite the government's much-criticized sugar program.

FDA Approves First Drug to Prevent Chronic Migraines

FDA Approves First Drug to Prevent Chronic Migraines

By Linda A. Johnson | May 19
U.S. regulators Thursday approved the first drug designed to prevent chronic migraines.

Lovato has Concert Activities for Mental Health Awareness

Lovato has Concert Activities for Mental Health Awareness

By John Carucci | May 18
Demi Lovato, who says that she "thrives" with bipolar disorder, held what can be described as one-hour therapy sessions for a few hundred fans before she taking the stage.

Watch: Bill Gates Says Trump Asked Him the Difference Between HIV and HPV...Twice

Watch: Bill Gates Says Trump Asked Him the Difference Between HIV and HPV...Twice

May 18
During a recent "Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation" meeting, Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates said that President Donald Trump asked him twice the difference between HIV and HVP during their March 2017 meetings.

FDA Names Drugmakers Accused of Blocking Cheaper Generics

FDA Names Drugmakers Accused of Blocking Cheaper Generics

By Linda A. Johnson | May 18
U.S. drug regulators are publicizing information on brand-name drugmakers that use what government officials call "gaming tactics" to block cheaper copycat versions.

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PEPFAR Reaches 14 Million People With HIV Treatment

PEPFAR Reaches 14 Million People With HIV Treatment

May 17
New results released show that the program now supports over 14 million men, women, and children on HIV treatment - more than twice as many as only four and a half years ago.


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Singing the Blues: Study of Pop Music Finds Rise in Sadness

Singing the Blues: Study of Pop Music Finds Rise in Sadness

A study of hundreds of thousands of popular songs over the past three decades has found a downward sonic trend in happiness and an increase in sadness, as the chirpy band Wham! gave way to the moody Sam Smith.