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Marinus Pharmaceuticals strengthens its Board of Directors with the appointment of Santiago Arroyo, MD, Ph.D.

[ad_1] RADNOR, Pa .– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –Marinus Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Nasdaq: MRNS), a pharmaceutical company dedicated to the development of innovative therapies to treat seizure disorders, today announced the appointment of Santiago Arroyo, MD, Ph.D., to its board of directors. Dr Arroyo brings more than 30 years of experience in academic …

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Parkinson’s disease: types, causes and more

[ad_1] Parkinson’s disease is a degenerative neurological disease, which means it gets worse over time. It affects movement, causing tremors, stiff muscles and altered balance. Parkinson’s disease occurs when brain cells in the substantia nigra region die, which interferes with communication between neurons. This causes symptoms that affect movement, called …

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Mississippi lawmakers hear testimony on medical marijuana

[ad_1] Supporters of legalized medical marijuana, listen to Mark Cash, owner of a Mississippi CBD dispensary, talk about customers who have shown an improvement in their quality of life after using some of his products at a Senate Committee hearing. Public Health and Wellness on Medical Marijuana, Monday, June 28, …

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Symptoms, causes, risk factors and more

[ad_1] Drug Induced Hypersensitivity Syndrome (DIHS) is a severe reaction to drugs that can cause serious problems in many different body systems. In some cases, the disease can lead to complications that can lead to death. DIHS is rare. But since it can get so serious, it’s important to understand …

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Trafficking in fake drugs: three arrested by STF

[ad_1] The Crime Directorate’s Special Working Group (STF) on Wednesday arrested three people in connection with fake drug trafficking in the state. According to sources, the STF arrested the director and two employees of Medilloyd Medicament Private Limited for their alleged involvement in the illegal trade in duplicate drugs. The …

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Possible side effects of CBD oil

[ad_1] Some of us know that plants like marijuana contain certain compounds called cannabinoids. Pixabay THIS WAY CBD is known to be very popular these days, especially since it is known to have beneficial effects on health. Along with this, there are several questions circulating, one of which concerns the …

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Listen to your heart – Anchorage Daily News

[ad_1] Brian Horner has survived avalanches, sinking boats, climbing accidents and sea lion attacks. He went on a search and rescue mission to Greenland and Costa Rica. He climbed several times on Denali. He has taught a myriad of rescue, survival and wilderness medical training programs over the past 36 …

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Thanks for your service, Hokie

[ad_1] K9 Hokie Photos of the sheriff’s office The La Porte County Sheriff’s Office announced the death of retired K9 Officer Hokie on June 15, 2021. “It is with great sadness that the Sheriff’s Office announces the recent passing of retired 15-year-old German Shepherd K9 Hokie,” the sheriff’s office said. …

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Marinus Pharmaceuticals Announces Incentive Grants Under Nasdaq Listing Rule 5635 (c) (4)

[ad_1] RADNOR, Pa .– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –Marinus Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Nasdaq: MRNS) (the “Company” or “Marinus”), a pharmaceutical company dedicated to the development of innovative therapies to treat rare seizure disorders, today announced the granting of incentive bonuses to seven new employees. The Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors of …

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Himachal at risk of turning into synthetic opioid hub

[ad_1] BY VISHAL GULATI Shimla, June 13 (IANS): Organized crime groups are expanding and diversifying the production of synthetic drugs in Himachal Pradesh, known to be Asia’s largest bulk drug manufacturing center, raising concerns that the state will become a hub for opioids like Tramadol. Police officials admit that the …

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Arachnoid cysts: what you need to know

[ad_1] Arachnoid cysts are the most common type of brain cyst. These are not tumors, but cysts filled with cerebrospinal fluid (a clear fluid that surrounds your brain and spinal cord). Most people who have arachnoid cysts are born with them. You can also get one after a head injury, …

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What Conditions Can Be Treated With CBD – Film Daily

[ad_1] Cannabinoids are found in cannabis and hemp plants and their natural compounds interact with cannabinoid receptors in the body, also known as CB1 receptors. These compounds have been shown to calm anxiety, reduce inflammation, treat symptoms of PTSD, reduce seizures in patients with epilepsy, and provide pain relief. CBD …

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Rare syndrome could mean brain surgery for local child

[ad_1] Christina Harper of Roswell, center, with her four children, from left, Braeden, 7, twins Dyanna and Eliajah, 2, and Arianna, 10. Eliajah was diagnosed with Sturge-Weber syndrome, a rare neurological disorder caused by a random genetic mutation. Harper frequently takes Eliajah to Albuquerque for visits with specialists and is …

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Adjust Your Attention When Due Process Requirements Are Unclear: Third Circuit Believes Kodak Post Notice Is Sufficient For Unknown Torts Claimant | Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP

[ad_1] A fundamental principle of bankruptcy law is that a debtor will have the opportunity to make a fresh start once he emerges. A company’s ability to meet its responsibilities is one of the main factors driving the demand for Chapter 11 protection and, therefore, it is not surprising that …

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Damar Services opens housing complex for disabled adults

[ad_1] The construction of the first phases of the village of Damar, a housing complex specially designed for disabled adults, is nearing completion. Inside the row of houses adjacent to the main Damar Services campus there is touch-up paint and finishes to be applied. Outside, mounds of dirt alongside freshly …

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Upcoming week in healthcare: May 24, 2021

[ad_1] Here are some upcoming events of interest to the healthcare community. Unless otherwise specified, all times are local and court appearances are virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Monday May 24 8:30 a.m. – Trial set to begin in litigation against cryopreservation tank maker Chart Industries Inc over the …

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From the newsroom: Karnataka to go for stricter implementation of lockdown measures, says Bommai

[ad_1] In your evening newscast, Karnataka Interior Minister Basavaraj Bommai said the state must opt ​​for stricter implementation of the lockdown measures; West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said she felt ‘insulted’ during meeting with PM and government said nearly two crores of Covid-19 vaccine doses are always available with …

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Heartwarming EMS, Patient Meeting Videos

[ad_1] Paramedics and paramedics often encounter people on their worst day, but their vital actions can ensure that patients can have much better days ahead. The opportunity to reunite with a cured patient outside of an emergency or transport setting can be a beacon of hope and a reminder of …

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Student Crisis Action Plans Approval – Unicameral Update

[ad_1] 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 …

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The man who first used ECT: Ugo Cerletti

[ad_1] 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 …

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Giuliani’s lawyers say he was treated like a terrorist

[ad_1] 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 …

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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

[ad_1] 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 …

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