ACLU sues over South Carolina ban on school mask mandates

The American Civil Liberties Union, representing disability rights groups and parents of children with disabilities, filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday over a South Carolina law that bans school districts from requiring face masks, arguing the ban excludes vulnerable students from public schools. The plaintiffs allege that the ban on mask mandates disproportionately affects students with underlying health conditions or disabilities, […]

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Colleges and universities plan for normal-ish campus life in the fall

Dr. Sarah Van Orman treads carefully around the word "normal" when she describes what the fall 2021 term will look like at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles and other colleges nationwide. In the era of covid, the word conjures up images of campus life that university administrators know won't exist again for quite some time. As much […]

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New double-balloon catheter receives Canadian patent

Medical University of South Carolina radiologist assistant Cephus E. Simmons Sr., Ph.D., realized that catheters on the market were not optimal for providing the needed diagnostic yield during radiology procedures. He thus created a double-balloon catheter, the Cephus Catheter, for use in prognostic and diagnostic radiology procedures. He founded the company SealCath, LLC, of which he is CEO, to create […]

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Pediatric Migraine – Diagnosis and Treatment

Skip to: Diagnosis of pediatric migraine Laboratory tests and neuroimaging Management of pediatric migraine Acute treatment, chronic management, and pharmacotherapy Lifestyle modifications Pediatric migraine is the most common type of primary headache seen in children. They are headaches that are characterized by a throbbing sensation in the head, which may be accompanied by signs and symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, […]

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How education may stave off cognitive decline

Prefrontal brain regions linked to higher educational attainment are characterized by increased expression of genes involved in neurotransmission and immunity, finds a study of healthy older adults published in JNeurosci. The identified genes and molecular pathways could provide insight into factors that help keep the brain sharp in old age. In their study of 122 Spanish adults, David Bartrés-Faz (University […]

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