Psilocybin: UK Study Finds ‘Magic Mushroom’ Drug Can Be Used Safely to Treat Depression | Scientific and technological news

A groundbreaking British study found that the psychedelic drug psilocybin can be safely administered to patients and can be used to treat a range of mental health issues. Recreational use of the drug – isolated from the so-called “magic mushrooms” – led to its ban in the UK as a …

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Remote working trends are gradually advancing

BANGKOK: The requirement for employees to be present in the office is disappearing, which means that the growing trend towards “workstations” and the increase in the number of digital nomads should allow Thailand’s tourism industry to rebound faster. Photo: Bangkok Post. MBO Partners’ State of Independence report shows that there …

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What Boston doctor advises as kids return to school amid omicron

Coronavirus “Make contingency plans. “ Charlie Baker is firmly committed to in-person learning as some schools delay return amid an omicron spike A Boston doctor shared his advice on Monday as students returned to class after the holidays and workers faced a return to the office amid a wave of …

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Experts Recommend Students To Consider Future Federal Loan Payment Options | Missoula

MISSOULA, Mont. – When speaking to student loan experts, borrowers remain concerned as they still anticipate when payments will eventually resume. This time, President Biden announced that the lockdown will now last until May 1st. However, allowing borrowers to freeze their balances without requiring payments on most federal student loans …

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Experts Recommend Students To Consider Future Federal Loan Payment Options | ABC Fox Missoula

MISSOULA, Mont. – When speaking to student loan experts, borrowers remain concerned as they still anticipate when payments will eventually resume. This time, President Biden announced that the lockdown will now last until May 1st. However, allowing borrowers to freeze their balances without requiring payments on most federal student loans …

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Mining brings the buzz back to Marathon

North Shore community sees new retail investment as city prepares to welcome 400-500 mining workers Daryl Skworchinski, the administrative director of Marathon, said there had been a “palpable buzz” in the community along the north shore of Lake Superior in recent months. The emergence of new companies – along with …

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Former Australian coach Glenn McGrath tests positive for COVID-19 ahead of Pink Test

Former Australian trainer Glenn McGrath tested positive for COVID-19 just three days before the start of the Pink Test in the Ashes at Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG). The Pink Test is performed annually at SCG in memory of McGrath’s late wife Jane, who died of breast cancer in 2008. The …

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20 people rescued from New Mexico streetcar while worker still trapped, firefighters say

Twenty people were rescued from a gondola stuck on a New Mexico streetcar while an employee got stuck on another gondola, the The Bernalillo County Fire Department said. The humidity and winds caused the streetcar to freeze, causing two streetcar cars to stall around 2 a.m. on Saturday, Sandia Peak …

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Montgomery Co. considers vaccination passport for restaurants and other places

Montgomery County, Maryland, is considering a vaccination passport that would require people to provide proof of vaccination before entering bars, restaurants, cafes and fast food outlets that offer seating. Montgomery County, Maryland, is considering a vaccination passport that would require people to provide proof of vaccination before entering bars, restaurants, …

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Biden administration to continue cooperation with ISS until 2030

The United States will continue to work with other nations’ space programs on the International Space Station until 2030, NASA announced today. This will allow for an uninterrupted transition to a commercial space station (or stations!) In the late 2020s. Funds for the ISS have already been approved until 2024. …

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