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States are slow to adopt policies to expand dental sealant programs in schools
Efforts to end illegal fishing continue to gain momentum. Australia already has robust port controls, but the nation advanced this global fight this month by ratifying the Port State Measures Agreement (PSMA), an international treaty to stop illegally caught fish from entering the market. Read More
Fishing for Gulf of Mexico red snapper used to be red-hot, but that was decades ago. Just ask Bartholomew “Buster” Niquet. He started as a deck hand on a party boat out of Panama City, Florida, in the 1970s and later became captain. His clients would load up on every trip with hundreds of pounds of red and vermilion snapper, porgies, and red and gag grouper. Banner days were a dime a... Read More
The Pew Charitable Trusts, the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA), and Trust for America’s Health co-sponsored a July 28 briefing with a panel of antibacterial drug experts and stakeholders to discuss the development of a limited-population antibacterial drug (LPAD) approval pathway. Bipartisan legislation has been approved by the House of Representatives and introduced in the... Read More
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