As wars wind down, US Congress revisits presidential powers

The bipartisan action reflected growing determination on Capitol Hill to revisit the broad authority that Congress provided to President George W Bush following the Sept 11, 2001, attacks through measures that successive presidents have used to justify military action around the world. The 2002 authorisation was repeatedly applied well beyond its original intent, including in… Read More »

Harvard Medical School professor discusses future of psychedelics

Interest in psychedelics as therapeutics has risen in recent years, spurred by studies that have found that the once-maligned drugs used in conjunction with therapy can help in the treatment of psychiatric patients. Amid a rush to commercialize a suite of newly developed products, Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) has begun a new Center for the… Read More »

Effective Treatment Protocols for Hypothyroid and Hyperthyroid Disease

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Patient receives first infusion of Biogen’s controversial Alzheimer’s drug

The exterior of the headquarters of biotechnology company Biogen in Cambridge, MA is pictured on March 21, 2019. John Tlumacki | Boston Globe | Getty Images A 70-year-old man from Rhode Island on Wednesday was the first person to receive an infusion of Biogen‘s newly approved Alzheimer’s drug, Aduhelm, outside of a clinical trial. Marc… Read More »

New treatment slows Alzheimer’s progression in monkeys, researchers claim

A new treatment triggered immune cells to clear out toxic plaque buildup and slow progression of Alzheimer’s disease in monkeys, researchers claim. NYU Grossman School of Medicine published findings Tuesday in the journal Brain, stemming from an investigation with elderly squirrel monkeys with significant signs of neurodegeneration. Results indicated up to 59% fewer amyloid beta plaque… Read More »