An account of electricity and the body, revised

In the early hours of Independence Day 2018, I found myself awake. I attributed it to jet lag: I had just returned from South Africa, where my wife – like me, a doctor – and I worked with a medical charity. I decided to get up and drink a cup …

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Two Penn students named Rhodes Scholars 2022

Nicholas Thomas-Lewis (left) and Raveen Kariyawasam received the Rhodes Scholarship. (Photos by Nicholas Thomas-Lewis and Raveen Kariyawasam) Two members of Penn’s Class of 2022 have been awarded the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship, which allows students to fund up to three years of graduate study at the University of Oxford. Nicholas Thomas-Lewis, …

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Delilah Belle Hamlin and Eyal Booker step out for romantic sushi night in Beverly Hills

Delilah Belle Hamlin and boyfriend Eyal Booker dine in Beverly Hills … weeks after accidental prescription drug overdose revealed By Mark Mcgreal For Dailymail.Com Posted: 17:41 GMT, November 28, 2021 | Update: 6:11 p.m. GMT, November 28, 2021 Delilah Belle Hamlin went out to dinner late at night with her …

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Swiss voters appear ready to support COVID-19 response plan

By Brenna Hughes Neghaiwi ZURICH (Reuters) – Swiss voters appeared likely to support the government’s pandemic response plan in a referendum on Sunday, paving the way for continued exceptional measures to stem the rising tide of COVID-19 cases. The first government counts from Sunday’s polls showed that just over 60% …

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Obituary of Robert BOISSONNEAULT (2021) – Toronto Star

BOISSONNEAULT, The Honorable Judge Robert Paul The Honorable Judge Robert Paul Boissonneault passed away peacefully on November 22, 2021 in his favorite chair as he neared the end of his 80s. Survived by his partner Janie MacLachlan, his indomitable spirit lives on in his children: Michele (Ilangko) Jocelyne (Benjamin) and …

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What you need to know about epilepsy – GantNews.com

All people with epilepsy have seizures, but not all people who have had a seizure have epilepsy. The disease, which affects 3.5 million children and adults in the United States, is a brain disorder characterized by recurrent seizures. Many patients live in constant fear that their neighbor will arrive, that …

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The army to the rescue? The government still struggles to distribute the drugs

As if it didn’t already have enough to do, the military may soon be distributing medicine to the far corners of the country. President López Obrador, who has relied heavily on the military since taking office almost three years ago, has raised the possibility of using the military to deliver …

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Sheffield United: Could we be ready for the first indication that United World is going to be a big talking point at Bramall Lane?

This Agreement, which expired at the end of Championship season, is expected to be discussed at board level later this month as United’s hierarchy examines all aspects of the club’s operations. A recurring theme of yesterday’s press conference, apparently called to confirm Slavisa Jokanovic’s dismissal and the appointment of Paul …

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Medicinal cannabis is authorized in Britain for children with epilepsy

November 27, 2021 IN 2018 ON The suffering of 12-year-old Billy Caldwell, a teenager with epilepsy, has forced the government to license medical cannabis. His seizures were checked with a pharmaceutical grade oil from Canada. This set a de facto precedent. In July of the same year, cannabis products were …

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NDLEA intercepts 2.7 billion naira at Abuja airport

The Nigerian Drug Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) on Thursday announced the seizure of cocaine worth 2.7 billion naira at Abuja International Airport. Femi Babafemi, Director, Media and Advocacy, NDLEA made the announcement in a statement. According to him, “A 32-year-old Liberian-based drug trafficker Maduabuchi Chinedu was arrested at Nnamdi Azikiwe International …

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