R.J. Reynolds' Orbs, a dissolvable tobacco product. The Food and Drug administration is studying the flavored products. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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Dissolvable Tobacco Products Draw FDA Scrutiny

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Women's Groups Outraged By Ruling On Morning-After Pill

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Teenagers won't be able to the emergency contraceptive Plan B One-Step without a prescription. AP hide caption

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Teenage Girls Will Still Need A Prescription For 'Plan B'

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Owner Eric Jensen examines cantaloupe on the Jensen Farms near Holly, Colo., last month.

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FDA Probe Points To Cantaloupe Packing Plant As Source Of Listeria

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Arlene Kalley and her daughter Leila, who support the use of Avastin for breast cancer, hold a banner outside the National Mall in Washington in June.

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