Trump suggests he may hold weekend rallies in Florida, Pennsylvania after receiving green light from doctor

President Trump told Fox News’ Sean Hannity in an exclusive interview Thursday that his campaign is trying to make last-minute arrangements for holding weekend rallies in Florida and Pennsylvania after White House physician Dr. Sean Conley cleared him for public engagements earlier in the day.

“I think I’m going to try doing a rally on Saturday night if we have enough time to put it together,” Trump said on “Hannity”.

WH DR: TRUMP CAN RETURN TO PUBLIC ENGAGEMENTS THIS WEEKEND

“We want to do a rally probably in Florida on Saturday night. I might come back and do one in Pennsylvania the following night,” he said, adding that “it’s incredible what’s going on. I feel so good.”

Dr. Conley sent out a memorandum Thursday evening stating that Trump will be able to return to public engagements this weekend, noting that Saturday will mark ten days since he was first diagnosed

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Mexico, Plagued by Cartel Wars, on Cusp of Legal Cannabis ‘Green Rush’ | World News

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – For Guillermo Nieto, a Mexican businessman who grew up smoking pot, the cannabis greenhouse on his family’s vast farmlands in Guanajuato state is part of a bigger dream. One that involves deep-pocketed pharmaceutical companies.

Nieto and several Mexican businessmen have spent years positioning themselves for a time when the country opens up what would be the world’s biggest legal cannabis market in terms of population, where the drug can be lawfully cultivated and sold.

Mexico finally outlined rules in July covering cannabis for medical use, and the sign-off is expected in coming weeks.

A bigger prize may also be close for Nieto and foreign companies; Senate majority leader Ricardo Monreal told Reuters he expected a law to be passed before December for recreational use of the drug, allowing regulated private firms to sell it to the public.

“It’s going to generate a market,” said Nieto, wearing

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15-minute coronavirus test gets the green light for a European rollout

Dr. Vincent Carrao draws blood from a patient for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) test at Palisades Oral Surgery, in Fort Lee, New Jersey, U.S., June 15, 2020. Picture taken June 15, 2020.

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A test to detect Covid-19 that can be done at the point of care and gives results in 15 minutes has been given the greenlight in Europe, according to its maker Becton Dickinson.

The test should be commercially available in Europe by the end of October, the diagnostics specialist said Wednesday, as it announced its antigen test had been granted a “CE mark” in Europe, meaning it conforms with health, safety, and environmental protection standards for products sold within the region.

The new test delivers results in 15 minutes on a small, portable instrument, BD said in a statement Wednesday, adding that this is a “critical improvement in turnaround time for Covid-19 diagnostics, because

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Green Beret turned entrepreneur expands field medicine operation in Anderson | Greenville Business

An emergency medicine company that traces its roots to the combat experience in Afghanistan of its founder is expanding again in Anderson County.

Ross Johnson, a former member of the U.S. Army Special Forces, established Tactical Medical Solutions in 2003 as a small-scale maker of tourniquets for fellow members of the military. He sewed them himself during breaks at home between deployments in Afghanistan, he said.

He retired from the military in 2007, and in the 13 years since, the company has grown rapidly and diversified, much of that through acquisition of other companies, including trauma simulation company TraumaFX less than a year ago. TacMed, which is headquartered in Anderson, now sells more than 2,000 different products to military, law enforcement and field medicine personnel in 77 countries. 

Last week, the company announced it would invest $1.7 million and add 21 employees at the 66-acre TacMed site off Harris Bridge

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Herbal Medicine – Does Green Tea Work Like an Herbal Medicine For Weight Loss

Green Tea or Herbal Tea for weight loss; Which one is better? Though use of herbal medicines is fast catching on, it becomes somewhat difficult to decide which brand of Herbal products is good for weight loss. There are various weight loss diets and products on the market which claim to be better than others. However the best is the one that least interferes with your day-to-day activities.

This is exactly what makes Green tea a favorite weight loss product for celebrities and media personalities. What exactly is green tea and how is it different from herbal tea? We’ll just have a look at some of the differences in these teas before deciding which one is better for weight loss

Herbal Tea– Usually herbal teas are made of various flowers, seeds, leaves or many other herbs. They do not contain tea leaves (Camellia Sinensis). Though there are some brands … Read More