Senate votes to pass $40 billion Ukraine aid package

The legislation provides money for military and humanitarian aid, including funding to assist military and national security forces, help replenish Ukrainian stores of US equipment sent to Ukraine, and provide public health and medical support for Ukrainian refugees. Aid to Ukraine has been a rare area of ​​bipartisan consensus on Capitol Hill with many Democrats … Read more

Farmers can change governments, says Telangana CM KC Rao; joins hands with Kejriwal, Bhagwant Mann to challenge BJP : The Tribune India

Tribune News Service Ruchika M. Khanna Chandigarh, May 22 The political message is clear behind the getting together of three non-BJP Chief Ministers– Telangana’s K Chandrashekhar Rao, Delhi’s Arvind Kejriwal and Punjab’s Bhagwant Mann- on a common segments platform here to honor two of the society – martyred farmers of the year- long farmers struggle … Read more

Self-tracking your health data – CBS News

When you were growing up, the closest you ever got to a personal medical data-collection device was probably a thermometer, or a bathroom scale. But these days, health trackers are a lot more sophisticated – and a lot more wearable. Smartwatches from companies like fitbit and apple are teeming with tiny sensors that display their … Read more

Smaller than a pinhead: New 3D printed micro device provides breakthrough for IVF and regenerative medicine

A tiny new medical device has been developed by Australian researchers that will transform the only fertility treatment procedure available for men with low sperm counts, with implications for the success of IVF and beyond into regenerative medicine. A research team led by the University of Adelaide, in partnership with medical technology company Fertilis, has … Read more

Cancers of the uterus finally headed to list of 9/11 illnesses — boon to female first responders, downtown NYC residents – New York Daily News

After being ignored for two decades, cancers of the uterus are expected to be added to the list of 9/11-related health conditions — bringing a measure of equality to the women who breathed the toxic soup that hung over Ground Zero. But the news did little to comfort Con Edison retiree Cheryl Hall, who worked … Read more