Tag Archives: MARCH

Asia Today: Beijing receiving 1st int’l flights since March

Beijing’s main international airport is again receiving international flights By The Associated Press September 3, 2020, 5:35 AM • 3 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article BEIJING — Beijing’s main international airport on Thursday began receiving international flights again from a limited number of countries considered at low risk of coronavirus infection.… Read More »

Number of people dying in England and Wales drops BELOW average for the first time since March

UK announces 155 more Covid-19 victims as daily death rate drops 10% in a week and top scientist says the first wave is OVER with data showing number of fatalities has fallen BELOW average for the first time since the outbreak began Government data shows number of daily fatalities has dropped 10% in a week… Read More »

New York coronavirus fatalities fall to lowest level since March

Governor Cuomo makes an announcement and holds briefing on COVID-19 response at Feinstein Institute for Medical Research. Lev Radin | Pacific Press | Getty Images Coronavirus deaths in New York state have fallen below 100, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said on Saturday, marking the lowest daily death toll from the virus since March 24.  The governor… Read More »

16-year-old activist at the March for Life: 14-hour bus rides, sleeping in church basements, and Baby Yoda

Anjelina Dushaj, 16, traveled over 14 hours from the Detroit suburbs to attend the March for Life in D.C. for the fifth time on Friday. 16-year-old activist Anjelina Dushaj. (Graeme Jennings/Washington Examiner) Even after a night of limited sleep on the bus, breakfast at the Ronald Reagan Center at 7 a.m., and early Mass at… Read More »

Weekly Roundup for MARCH 22, 2019: Recent Publications in Women’s Mental Health

The excitement over the FDA approval of brexanolone (to be marketed as Zulresso) is a good place to start this week’s roundup.  Brexanolone is a derivative of the neurosteroid allopregnanolone, and, while Zulpresso was approved specifically for the treatment of postpartum depression, there is considerable research to indicate that the modulation of neurosteroid systems may… Read More »

This is Your Brain on March Madness

KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEVGetty Images Your team made it to the next round. What could make your brain happier? Well, sex and a national championship, perhaps. But not much else. Here’s what’s going on as you watch March Madness: After selection Sunday Devour all the who-made-it-in reports you can: “Just thinking about the game activates neurons that… Read More »