May 2021 Reads

Sharing the books I read in May 2021 and if I’d recommend them! I always love to hear about your book recs, so if you read something amazing in May, please let us know in the comments. Hi friends! Hope you’re having a wonderful week so far! We’re off to San Diego (wahoo!!) but I… Read More »

Essential Reads: Measuring the Impact of Antenatal Depression on the Fetal Brain Using Neuroimaging

Previous studies have observed that the children of depressed mothers are more likely to have delays in cognitive development, worse school performance, higher rates of behavioral problems, and deficits in social-emotional regulation.  Children of depressed mothers are also more likely to experience adolescent depression.   Most studies have understood these vulnerabilities to neurodevelopmental problems and psychiatric… Read More »

DOJ will elevate ransomware probes to terrorism-level priority

Amid an ongoing series of expensive and disruptive attacks on U.S. health systems, energy infrastructure and food suppliers, the U.S. Department of Justice says it will elevate its ransomware investigations to a priority level similar to that of terrorism.   As Reuters’ Christopher Bing reported this week, the agency sent internal guidance to U.S. attorney’s offices… Read More »

China’s Guangzhou city imposes more COVID-19 prevention measures

The city’s Nansha, Huadu and Conghua districts have ordered all residents and any individuals who have travelled through their areas to be tested for the coronavirus. Nansha authorities also ordered restaurants to stop offering dine-in services as of Saturday and also called on gyms, pools and other public venues to temporarily cease operations. About a… Read More »