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Scientists have discovered a hallucinogenic-like drug that doesn’t cause hallucinations.

SWNS A new psychedelic ‘miracle drug’ can treat depression and post-traumatic stress disorder without hallucinations. Psychedelic has long been shown to promise a cure for mental illness, and now scientists have identified only beneficial compounds. US researchers say AAZ-A-154, which has the potential to repair brain chemical pathways. Study co-author Dr. David Olson, a chemist at the University of California, …

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Oregon, Washington, approves the COVID-19 vaccine for children 12 years and older.

A review by the Western State Scientific Safety Review Group concluded Wednesday night that Pfizer’s vaccine is safe for children ages 12-15. PORTLAND, Ore. – Children 12 and older are eligible for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine in Oregon and Washington, health officials announced Wednesday night. The Western State Scientific Safety Review Group examined federal procedures for authorizing vaccines for children …

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Oregon is expected to begin COVID-19 vaccination in youth ages 12 to 15 on Thursday: Here’s how to get the shot ASAP.

COVID-19 vaccination is expected to begin Thursday in Oregon for youth ages 12 to 15, according to state senior health officials. Patrick Allen, Oregon Health Department director, said he expects “all final approvals to take place” by the end of Wednesday and vaccinations could begin on Thursday. Numerous vaccination sites in the Portland area said they were ready to begin …

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Immunized travelers will be exempt from quarantine starting Saturday.

Pacific Daily News Published at 5:33 p.m. ChT 13 May 2021 | Updated 5:45 p.m. ChT 13 May 2021. close Residents will be vaccinated after age reduction to 16 at the University of Guam Calvo Field House, Mangilao, March 23, 2021. Pacific Daily News Fully vaccinated travelers to Guam will not be quarantined at government offices from Saturday, according to …

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Second bat found in western Washington – KIRO 7 News Seattle

SAMMAMISH, Wash – Public health officials have warned people after two bats were found in Western Washington this month positive rabies. On Monday, health officials – Seattle and King County said Sammamish residents had recently found bats in their gardens. Residents wearing garden gloves picked up the bat and moved it from their yard. Bats are aggressive and bite their …

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These Orange County communities have the highest and lowest COVID-19 vaccination rates – WFTV.

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – After Channel 9’s attorneys threatened legal action, the state of Florida finally turned to the zip code-based COVID-19 vaccination rate for Orange County this week. The data includes vaccination rates as of May 7. Read: Stimulus updates: No more than $ 2 billion worth of stimulus claims is yours? Each zip code’s vaccination rate helps Orange …

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What is a ‘black fungus’ infection found in Indian COVID patients? News about the coronavirus outbreak

Mumbai, India – For 35-year-old Milind Deshmukh, infection with COVID-19 was a dire and life-changing experience. A mechanical engineer from Thane, a suburb of Mumbai, contracted a fungus called mucormycosis while fighting a viral disease. Over a month’s time, the rapidly spreading fungus had ingested large amounts of his facial tissues, including his right eye and palate. “He had three …

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The change to travel advice is still under investigation.

By Anumita Kaur, Pacific Daily News Published 12:18 p.m. ChT 13 May 2021 | Update 12:21 p.m. ChT 13 May 2021. close The proposed changes to Guam’s travel and quarantine rules are pending review, according to Adelup. “Once that is concluded, we will announce,” said spokesman Krystal Paco-San Agustin. Adelup is expected to implement new travel advice this weekend. Gov. …

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