The FDA has approved a new drug from Astellas Pharma that treats hot flashes. More than 80 percent of women get hot flashes as a part of menopause, and until now, there were limited treatment options available. Women who have a history of heart attack, stroke, or blood clots can't take hormonal treatments, but this new drug targets the brain chemicals that control temperature. A recent study showed that it costs American women $1.8 billion dollars a year in lost productivity. 


According to the Social Security Administration's 2022 list, Liam and Olivia remained the most popular names for the third year in a row. Other names in the top included Noah, Emma, Charlotte, James, Oliver, and Amelia. However, the name with the fastest-growing popularity in 2022 was Dutton, like the Dutton family on Yellowstone. Kevin Costner plays John Dutton, the patriarch of a powerful Montana ranching family. The second-fastest growing baby name was Casey, John Dutton's son, the ex-navy seal and possible future governor of Montana.

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