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KHN’s ‘What the Health?’: The FDA Goes After Nicotine ImpRead

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KHN’s ‘What the Health?’: The FDA Goes After Nicotine



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The FDA this week launched a crackdown on smoking and vaping — ordering the vaping machine Juul to be taken off the market and asserting its intention to require makers of cigarettes and different tobacco merchandise to scale back the quantity of nicotine in them.

Meanwhile, the Supreme Court didn’t announce a ruling in a high-stakes abortion case, however it stated that personal well being insurers may restrict the quantity of kidney dialysis care they supply, thus forcing some sufferers onto Medicare.

This week’s panelists are Julie Rovner of KHN, Joanne Kenen of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Politico, and Rachel Cohrs of Stat.

Among the takeaways from this week’s episode:

  • The FDA has ordered Juul to take away its e-cigarettes from the U.S. market as a result of the corporate’s utility to the company didn’t present sufficient info for regulators to find out whether or not Juul offered a hazard to customers. The FDA stated there have been considerations in regards to the danger of some dangerous chemical compounds leaching from the Juul pods. Juul is anticipated to enchantment the FDA determination to the courts.
  • Juul helped ignite an explosion in e-cigarette use when it got here available on the market, and officers initially thought it could assist people who smoke searching for to kick the cigarette behavior. But the business’s use of flavored tobacco and aggressive advertising and marketing helped gas a dramatic rise in use amongst teenagers and led to a regulatory crackdown.
  • The Supreme Court this week dominated that employers could decide to make all dialysis remedy out of community of their staff’ well being plans, a choice that may seemingly drive many sufferers to hunt Medicare protection for his or her kidney issues. The determination was a disappointment for dialysis suppliers, who obtain much less in reimbursements from Medicare than they usually get from non-public insurance policy.
  • The determination leaves many particulars unresolved and additional authorized fights could possibly be coming. Dialysis suppliers may additionally flip to Congress to determine legal guidelines that may prohibit employers from such strikes.
  • The Senate is more likely to take into account a invoice proposed by Sens. Susan Collins (R-Maine) and Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) that seeks to decrease the price of insulin. The invoice is taken into account extra pleasant to drugmakers than one other measure that handed the House this yr. The Senate invoice seeks to get drugmakers to supply insulin on the worth they obtained from Medicare in 2021 by permitting them to bypass rebates and different pricey subsidies paid to pharmacy profit managers and insurance policy. It would additionally restrict out-of-pocket prices for insured shoppers to $35.
  • As the Senate strikes nearer to a vote on gun security laws, different efforts are underway to search out extra funding for applications to assist cope with psychological well being issues. Those efforts may assist with campaigns to scale back suicides and home violence, that are additionally usually tied to weapons.
  • The House is launching efforts to cross appropriations payments, and the preliminary funding measure for the Department of Health and Human Services as soon as once more doesn’t embrace the so-called Hyde Amendment, a long-standing coverage named for the late Rep. Henry Hyde (R-Ill.) that bans federal funds from getting used for many abortions. Earlier efforts by the House to jettison the Hyde Amendment didn’t clear the Senate.
  • President Joe Biden has nominated Arati Prabhakar, former head of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), to go the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. She would change Eric Lander, who was compelled to resign after experiences of employees harassment.
  • Prabhakar seems to be a noncontroversial selection and comes with a great deal of administration expertise. Her tasks will seemingly embrace overseeing pandemic planning, efforts to form a brand new biomedical analysis company known as ARPA-H, and techniques to reinforce most cancers prevention.

Also this week, Rovner interviews KHN’s Noam N. Levey in regards to the new KHN-NPR mission on medical debt, known as “Diagnosis: Debt.”

Plus, for additional credit score, the panelists advocate their favourite well being coverage tales of the week they suppose it’s best to learn, too:

Julie Rovner: The AP’s “At Westminster Dog Show, New Focus on Veterinarians’ Welfare,” by Jennifer Peltz

Joanne Kenen: Fern.org’s “Back Forty: How to Protect Farmworkers From Heat-Related Kidney Disease,” by Nancy Averett

Rachel Cohrs: The Markup’s “Facebook Is Receiving Sensitive Medical Information From Hospital Websites,” by Todd Feathers, Simon Fondrie-Teitler, Angie Waller, and Surya Mattu


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