The government has proposed that Medicare fully cover preexposure prophylaxis drugs that prevent HIV, a change that could help America catch up with nations in Europe and Africa that are on track to end new infections decades before the U.S. under its current approach.
Seg煤n el plan de la administraci贸n Biden, Medicare cubrir铆a el costo total de los medicamentos de profilaxis previa a la exposici贸n, que previenen la transmisi贸n del VIH.
A proposed Environmental Protection Agency rule calls for companies to disclose PFAS manufactured or imported since 2011. The chemical industry is upset because such compliance would cost an estimated $1 billion, while environmental health advocates worry because the rule wouldn鈥檛 ban the chemicals outright.
Las hispanas y asi谩ticas han informado que usan m谩s cosm茅ticos en general que las mujeres negras y blancas no hispanas.
Washington state regulators found formaldehyde, lead, and arsenic in lipstick, powder foundations, skin lotions, and hair products marketed to and popular with women of color. Now legislators there are seeking to ban the products and, like at least a dozen other states, make up for lax federal rules.