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1 of 6 Full Screen Autoplay Close Skip Ad × Health news of the day: Sept. 25, 2018 View Photos Here’s a look at what’s been happening this week, with an eye toward the week ahead.
The United States Federal Trade Commission on Thursday proposed regulations that would prohibit companies from charging people who take prenatal vitamins for them.
The agency said the move was necessary to ensure that consumers are getting the nutrients they need and that the companies who make prenatal vitamins don’t profit from selling the products.
In Japan, a baby born with Down syndrome was given a new name after an online petition gathered more than 100,000 signatures to have the name of his mother removed.
In France, a mother is recovering after being bitten by a scorpion.
The French Ministry of Health and Hospitals said Thursday that the baby girl is recovering in a hospital, but the ministry said the mother, who was bitten on the hand, will likely need several weeks of intensive care.
In Spain, the government announced plans to increase subsidies for baby food, including those sold by a company owned by an Indian man accused of human trafficking.
The government said it was creating a new program aimed at improving food security for Spaniards and other citizens.
In Italy, the city of Rome plans to install a giant “baby wall” to prevent newborns from getting too much sun.
A Florida woman with Down’s syndrome died at age 35.
The Miami Herald reported that the mother was rushed to a hospital in Naples and died a day later.
The newspaper said she was taken off life support and was declared brain dead after a CT scan revealed brain damage.
A man who died after a week-long battle with anorexia died on Friday, just a day after he was reported to have been diagnosed with stage IV diabetes.
The Florida Department of Health said it had received several reports of cases of the condition, which affects the pancreas and gallbladder, in the past month.
In North Carolina, a woman with a rare genetic disorder that affects her immune system is expected to get the first of several approvals to sell a small pill she hopes will reduce the amount of time she spends at the clinic for people with severe mental health issues.
In Turkey, a government commission said that it would examine a proposal to allow pregnant women to pay the same taxes as other women to fund a health plan.
The British government will hold a national referendum on abortion on Sept. 24.
The referendum, which could lead to changes to abortion laws, is a key step in a decades-long effort to change the nation’s laws on abortion.
The BBC reported Thursday that polls show strong support for abortion rights and that a majority of Britons believe abortion should be allowed only in cases of rape, incest or when the life of the mother is at risk.
The World Health Organization will host a conference on global health at the end of this month in Geneva, Switzerland.
The conference will discuss ways to keep children healthy in a world of rising rates of chronic diseases.
The organization says that it is looking at ways to strengthen and expand the health system, reduce maternal mortality and improve nutrition.
In Indonesia, an American man was arrested for allegedly stabbing a police officer and wounding a policeman’s wife in a bloody attack.
The suspect, Daniel L. C. Jokh, was charged with aggravated assault.
Jukh, 32, has been held in a maximum security jail in Jakarta for four days without bail.
In Brazil, the country’s attorney general’s office announced that a man charged with murder was released on bail after a court rejected his request to be released on bond.
The office said that the murder charges were dropped when Jorgo was charged on the grounds that he was an accessory to the murder.
In India, a man who went missing for four months was found dead in his house, his body was wrapped in a blanket and his clothes were found on a mattress.
In the Philippines, a state health official said the death of a man in his 70s is being investigated as a case of drug overdose.
He said the man died from drug overdose in his home, and that he had been taking drugs to try to get his body to go into cardiac arrest.
In Peru, authorities said a drug overdose killed an elderly man, who had been living alone in a nursing home.
The man, Eduardo A. Barros, 69, died of heart failure on Aug. 21.
In Nigeria, a health worker was killed in a drug-related attack.
Nigeria has a high rate of drug-induced deaths, according to a study by the