The Japan Times
· Trump pledges to deploy troops across the U.S. amid protests →
To dispatch troops, Trump is considering relying on the 1807 Insurrection Act, which authorizes the president to deploy the military within the U.S. to deal with civil disorder, according to sources familiar with the matter.
· Cluster headache sufferers face years of delay in diagnosis, study shows →
Cluster headache, the medical term for the condition, is as common as but much less well known than other neurological disorders such as multiple sclerosis or Parkinson’s disease.
· Lady Gaga Is Back and Smaller Than Ever →
She began speaking of a pain disorder, and of mental anguish, and of having survived sexual assault.
· Police violence will make it harder to fight COVID-19 →
Discrimination by law enforcement can lead to symptoms of depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder; stress from encounters with police is also linked to risk factors for chronic diseases like diabetes and hypertension.
The New York Times
· The Best Movies and TV Shows Coming to Netflix, Amazon and More in June →
But at the same time she is also dodging a violent alcoholic father and taking care of a mother with bipolar disorder.
· Assessing Axovant Gene Therapies →
The chronic neurodegenerative disorder afflicts ~1 million in the U.S. and ~6 million worldwide.
· America Has No President →
But it’s hard to run credibly as a law-and-order candidate when your four years in the presidency have seen repeated chaos, violence, and disorder, from Charlottesville to Pittsburgh, El Paso to Dayton, Parkland to Minneapolis.
· What is Antifa, the group Trump wants to designate as a terrorist organisation? →
In his response to protests over the killing of George Floyd, Donald Trump has focused on condemning disorder and rioting and calling on cities to call in the National Guard and stamp out violence and damage to property.
· Jazz Pharmaceuticals: Pandemic Leaves The Leading Drug In A Catch 22 →
Meanwhile, a Phase 3 trial is in progress for JZP-258 in Idiopathic hypersomnia, a neurologic disorder with no approved treatment yet in the U.S.