Democratic U.S. Senate hopeful John Fetterman suffered a stroke Friday, but will not put his campaign on hold, according to a statement he released Sunday—two days before Pennsylvania’s Democratic primary. * This article was originally published here
As the world’s top political and financial leaders gather in Switzerland for the World Economic Forum’s flagship annual event, the biggest names in the psychedelics space will fly out to do the same. * This article was originally published here
InspectIR Systems’ “Covid-19 breathalyzer” is capable of detecting Covid-19 with a high degree of accuracy within less than three minutes, the Food and Drug Administration said Thursday. * This article was originally published here
In a new study published in the journal Current Biology, lead author Takefumi Kikusui of Azabu University in Japan and colleagues demonstrated how the love hormone could make dogs teary-eyed whenever they feel happy or get excited. * This article was originally published here
Perhaps lessons can be learned on how to cope with the current Ugandan crisis from a British obstetrician’s account of what it was like to be a doctor on the front lines of an unfolding Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone in 2014 while struggling to save the lives of expectant mothers and their babies. *...<p class="more-link-wrap"><a href="https://www.kickosacademy.com/british-obstetrician-recounts-2014-west-african-ebola-outbreak-lessons-for-how-to-cope-with-current-crisis-in-uganda/" class="more-link">Read More<span class="screen-reader-text"> “British Obstetrician Recounts 2014 West African Ebola Outbreak – Lessons For How To Cope With Current Crisis In Uganda”</span> »</a></p>
The risk of rare heart inflammation after getting an mRNA Covid vaccine were notably higher among young men, researchers found, but still much lower than heart problems reported following a Covid infection.