Treat Seizure

Student Crisis Action Plans Approval – Unicameral Update

Lawmakers passed a bill on May 19 that requires every public, private, denominational, and parochial school in Nebraska to create individualized health plans for students with seizure disorders. Sen. Jen Day “width =” 200 “height =” 300 “class =” size-medium wp-image-28754 “srcset =” http://update.legislature.ne.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/ 12 / xSenDay_inline-200×300.jpg.pagespeed.ic.BFYcG0iCcX.jpg 200w, http://update.legislature.ne.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/xSenDay_inline.jpg.pagespeed.ic.lERuNQki69.jpg.pagespeed .ic.lERuNQki69.jpg …

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The man who first used ECT: Ugo Cerletti

This day in history Eighty years ago, a mute man with paranoid schizophrenia, exhibiting delusions, hallucinations and mannerisms, was found wandering the streets of Naples. On April 21, 1938, on the first floor of the Royal University Clinic for Nervous and Mental Diseases in Rome, he became the first individual …

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Giuliani’s lawyers say he was treated like a terrorist

Lawyers for Rudy GiulianiRudy Giuliani Michael Cohen predicts Trump will turn on his family after criminal investigation revelation Fox News files motion to dismiss national lawsuit Federal investigators interested in Giuliani’s work for Romania: report READ MORE said their client was treated like “the head of a drug cartel or …

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Study Finds Covid-19 Vaccine Mix May Cause More Frequent Side Effects; CDC adcomm votes unanimously in favor of Pfizer / BioNTech shot in adolescents – Endpoints News

Following reports of blood clots with low platelet counts, countries like Denmark are recommending that those who received their first AstraZeneca vaccine receive a different vaccine for their second dose. But a study by the University of Oxford now suggests that mixing and pairing vaccines could lead to more frequent …

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