The whole world is suffering from a health crisis, COVID-19, for almost half a year now. Other than the strict and complex health measures observed, the vaccine may be one of the only solutions to bring the world back to normalcy. Scientists and experts are now on their way to not only discovering, but also…Continue Reading ›
Flushing urinals can discharge clouds of virus-carrying aerosols that you can possibly inhale, a recent study found. Researchers in China from Yangzhou University unearthed that flushing urinals can expel clouds of virus-loaded aerosols that a person can ultimately inhale, a substantial worry during this COVID-19 epidemic. The bunch recently reported analogous findings with flushing public…Continue Reading ›
The coronavirus has dramatically reshaped human society in under six months. It emanated from unknown sources in China’s Wuhan province and spread across the world, forcing lockdowns, quarantines, and other public health measures as doctors struggled to isolate and understand this new disease.
It is no secret that teenagers and young adults are being negatively affected by the pandemic. Hundreds of thousands of young people had big plans for this time-graduating high school, traveling the world, getting a job, spending time with friends. Unfortunately, the pandemic put a screeching halt on all of that. Instead, we are often…Continue Reading ›
Since mid-March, 85 infants under age 1 have tested positive for COVID-19 in one Texas county and local officials are beseeching residents to help halt its dissemination. Health authorities have confirmed more than 3.6 million coronavirus cases throughout the United States since January. According to Johns Hopkins University, roughy 140,000 people have perished. In Texas’…Continue Reading ›
Alabama State University students have been participating in disturbing contests dubbed ‘COVID parties’ to see who can catch the deadly germ first. Sonya McKinstry, Tuscaloosa City Councilor, claimed students have been staging “COVID parties” as a game to deliberately infect each other with the infection that has slain more than 127,000 persons in the U.S.…Continue Reading ›
An enigma encircles the “totally unexampled” fatalities of hundreds of elephants in Southern Africa over the past two months. Since the start of May, Dr. Niall McCann noted collaborators in Botswana had sighted the carcasses of more than 350 elephants in the Okavango Delta. Dr. McCann, of the National Park Rescue based in the UK,…Continue Reading ›
The coronavirus has disrupted our way of life more than one can imagine. The quarantine and social distancing life that we’ve all been forced into out of necessity has kept us generally safe from the pandemic. However, its effects on the food industry have also been damning. Restaurants relish on the concept of people in…Continue Reading ›
Every day in labs around the world, researchers are endeavoring to find potential drug therapies for some of the most harmful diseases known to man. Before a drug makes it to market it must undergo multiple stages of research and development to prove its safety and efficacy. This process begins with drug discovery.
A COVID-19 survivor was recently slapped with a $1,122,501.04 hospital bill that’s more like a book with it spanning a staggering 181 pages. 70-year-old Michael Flor, who in the spring came so close to death that a nurse on the night-shift held a mobile phone to his ear while his kids and wife spoke their…Continue Reading ›