Associated Press This Aug. 2, 2018 file photo shows the U.S. Food and Drug Administration building behind FDA logos at a bus stop on the agency's campus in Silver Spring, Md. Related Links NIH cancer chief to serve as acting FDA commissioner FDA approves 1st immunotherapy drug to treat breast cancer SALT LAKE CITY — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced Tuesday the approval of the first drug specifically designed to treat postpartum depression in new mothers. The drug could save the lives of mothers and children, according to the FDA, but it's expensive, averaging $34,000 per patient before discounts, and requires a stay in a hospital, according to Sage Therapeutics, the drug's manufacturer. Brexanolone, which will be marketed as Zulresso, is administered via intravenous infusion over 2½ days, according to the FDA's press release. It works within 48 hours, much faster than other antidepressants, the New York Times reported. "This brings up a … [Read more...] about The FDA has approved the first drug to treat postpartum depression. Here’s how much it costs
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Business Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Business | The Dollar Is Still King. How (in the World) Did That Happen? Supported by ByPeter S. Goodman Feb. 22, 2019 LONDON — A cursory assessment might find the United States a less than ideal candidate for the job of managing the planet’s ultimate form of money. Its public debt is enormous — $22 trillion, and growing. Its politics recently delivered the longest government shutdown in American history. Its banking system is only a decade removed from the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. Its proudly nationalist president provokes complaints from allies and foes alike that he breaches the norms of international relations, setting off talk that the American dollar has lost its aura as the indomitable safe haven. But money tells a different story. The dollar has in recent years … [Read more...] about The Dollar Is Still King. How (in the World) Did That Happen?
Jason Guerrasio, provided by Published 9:03 am CDT, Friday, November 2, 2018 “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” (Available November 1). Francis Ford Coppola delivers one of the most lush stories about the prince of darkness you’ll ever see. “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” (Available November 1). Francis Ford Coppola delivers one of the most lush stories about the prince of darkness you’ll ever see. Photo: Columbia Pictures “Cape Fear” (November 1). After Steven Spielberg bowed out of making a remake of the 1962 thriller, Martin Scorsese teamed with Robert De Niro to tell a more chilling looks at former inmate Max Cady tormenting the lawyer who defended him and his family. less “Cape Fear” (November 1). After Steven Spielberg bowed out of making a remake of the 1962 thriller, Martin Scorsese teamed with Robert De Niro to tell a more chilling looks at … [Read more...] about The 8 movies coming to Netflix in November that are worth watching
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If you’re searching for guidance on how much you should have saved, chances are you’re trying to confirm some suspicions: Either that you’re nailing things, or you’re … not. Research about retirement savings tells us that for most people, the latter is much more likely. How much to have saved by 30 You’ll find that one retirement-savings benchmark gets the most airtime: It comes from Fidelity Investments and says you should have an amount equal to your annual salary saved by age 30. Don’t leave, we’re not done. Fidelity’s advice is countered by lesser-known but slightly more digestible guidance from T. Rowe Price, another broker known for its retirement products. It suggests having half your annual salary saved at age 30, shifting more responsibility to your later years. Both benchmarks feel big and intimidating if you haven’t met them. In an ideal world, we’d all start saving for retirement right out of college … [Read more...] about Here’s how much you should have saved by 30