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Study sees limited risk in taking ondansetron during first trimester of pregnancy

Ondansetron (Zofran) is commonly and increasingly prescribed during pregnancy to relieve nausea. In 2014, an estimated 22 percent of pregnant women in the U.S. used the drug at some point during their pregnancy. Despite its prevalence, data on the safety of the drug and any effects on the developing fetus have been limited, with small-scale… Read More »

First Edition: December 4, 2018

Today’s early morning highlights from the major news organizations. Kaiser Health News: In Grandma’s Stocking: An Apple Watch To Monitor Falls, Track Heart Rhythms  For more than a decade, the latest Apple products have been the annual must-have holiday gift for the tech-savvy. That raises the question: Is the newest Apple Watch on your list… Read More »

Shankar Uthale Becomes First Indian Police Constable to Win The Ironman Title! Head Constable Loses 30kg in Six Months to Become Fit

Shankar Uthale becomes the first police constable to complete ironman Triathlon (Photo Credits: Facebook/Shankar Uthale) Mumbai, November 25: Maharashtra policeman has scripted history by becoming the first constable in the country to complete Ironman race. The 39-year-old Shankar Uthale who was 92 Kgs around six months ago, has now reduced the weight to 60 kgs.… Read More »