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Life expectancy study shows many likely to live beyond 90 by 2030 6:33pm EST

LONDON Average life expectancy will rise in many countries by 2030, breaking through 90 years in some places, and policymakers need to make more efforts to plan for it, according to a large international study.

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FDA rejects Amphastar's nasal opioid overdose treatment

Amphastar Pharmaceuticals Inc said on Tuesday that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration had rejected its application to market an intranasal version of the emergency opioid-overdose treatment, naloxone.

7:25am EST

Norway pledges $10 million to counter Trump's global anti-abortion move

(This February 20 story has been corrected to say "she" instead of "he" in penultimate paragraph)

World, Norway, 3:33am EST

Men more at risk of cognitive impairment, death after hip fracture

(Reuters Health) - After a hip fracture, men are more cognitively impaired - and therefore, more at risk of death - than women, researchers in Baltimore say.

3:29pm EST

Stress hormone may help explain health advantages of marriage

(Reuters Health) - Married couples may be healthier than single, divorced or widowed adults at least in part because they have lower levels of a stress hormone associated with a variety of medical problems, a recent study suggests.

1:14pm EST

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