Bodies are accumulating in hospitals as the nation's morgues and crematoriums are flooded.
“I felt like it was the end and I wasn’t going to be able to say goodbye to my mom. It scared me to death. I cried constantly.”
Johnson remains conscious and was moved to the ICU as a precaution should he require a ventilator.
“We should get the results in one or two days.”
Understaffed hospitals in Vermont are engaging local law enforcement as security, but their lack of training means people get hurt, citations are issued, and already-strained regions lose access to healthcare.
"I broke my face a whole bunch."
"Everyone is baffled and impressed. He had no weapons, no knives or trekking poles with him. How did he do it?"
Australia's first shroom trial is set to take place at Melbourne's St. Vincent's Hospital in April.
Not only are dogs man's best friend, but they also make great therapists.
Moscow-based Gleg provides zero-day exploits for medical software, and those in the medical industry are concerned about disclosure. But the exploits themselves may not be all that important in real world attacks.