U.S. military preparing to implement medical martial law due to coronavirus pandemic
(Natural News) The Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) has issued an executive order (EO) calling on the United States Northern Command to start preparing for a full-blown pandemic of the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19) here on American soil. According to a service-wide message issued this past week to the Navy and Marine Corp, Defense Secretary Mark...
A PROFESSOR has warned how changes to people's regular routine during coronavirus lockdown are affecting the 24-hour sleep-wake cycles
CONCLUSION On the whole, FDA seems very enthusiastic about the possibilities for AI to improve healthcare.Â Thatâs gratifying to see. While progress in the development of a new regulatory approach is slow, thatâs also not all bad. It would be worse in many ways for FDA to act precipitously.Â These are complicated issues, and it will take time to develop an appropriate approach, in part because it will take time for FDA to acquire enough expertise. And most likely, whatever new approach we come up with will require new statutory authority. That said, it is incumben...
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A U.S. judge on Thursday said some abortions can continue in Texas while the state battles the coronavirus pandemic, dealing a new legal setback to officials attempting to dramatically restrict access to the medical procedure.
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