New Hampshire Boy Battles Rare COVID-19-Linked Syndrome; What Could Be Its Side Effects Among Kids Weeks After Infection?
A New Hampshire boy fights a rare syndrome linked to COVID-19. What could be the side effects and other complications that may affect children weeks after being infected?
French Teachers Walk Out Of Classes To Protest Against Government's New COVID-19 Requirements
Teachers in France have halted their classes to go on strike in frustration with the government's new school policies that aim to protect school personnel and students during the worsening COVID-19 outbreak in the country.
Women With Disabilities Are At Higher Risk For Poor Maternal Outcomes
Pregnant women with disabilities are at higher risk for pregnancy complications associated with maternal mortality, including blood clotting, infection, and hemorrhaging, new research in the Journal of the American Medical Association Network Open reveals.
Experts Believe Omicron Running Out Of People to Infect; Predict Rapid Drop in UK, US Cases
Medical experts have observed some clues indicating that the onslaught of the highly-transmissible omicron variant of COVID-19 may have reached its peak in the United Kingdom and soon in the United States, which will result in a significant dropping of cases.
2021 Deadliest Year For Police; COVID-19 Top Cause Of Death
The year 2021 marked a deadly period for police officers in the United States as a recent report indicated 458 law enforcers have died in the line of duty.
Germany's COVID-19 Daily Cases Hit Past 80,000; Mandatory Vaccinations In Discussion
Germany recorded 80,430 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, breaking the previous highest single-day record of more than 76,000 in November.
WHO Predicts Half of Western Europe’s Population Could Be Infected With COVID-19, Says Countries With Lower Vaccination Coverage Are At Higher Risk
Western Europe, particularly countries like Denmark with low vaccination coverage rates, are at highest risk to get infected with omicron within the next six to eight weeks.
COVID-Infected Health Workers Still Report At Work
Nurses and other health workers who are infected with the COVID-19 virus continue their service as US health officials take unusual measures to address the shortage in staff and overwhelmed hospitals due to the continued surge of infections. Health authorities allow hospital staff to report for duty as long as they exhibit mild symptoms or if they are asymptomatic.
Hair Transplants in Turkey: High Quality, Low Cost
Hair transplant costs in Turkey may seem too good to be true, but they provide high-quality services and care for a lower price. Read more to discover why and how you grab this for yourself.
Cybersecurity, Space Race as Emerging Global Threats, World Economic Forum Warns
The World Economic Forum in its latest report warned about the emerging risks of cybersecurity and the space race on the global economy, which adds to the ongoing challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change.
Pharmaceuticals, Leaders Push for Second COVID-19 Booster Shot But Doctors Disagree
One major pharmaceutical company is encouraging people to get a second booster shot against COVID-19 to ensure protection amid the surging number of cases. However, medical experts say that it is not necessary at this point.
COVID-19 Outbreak Forces China To Lockdown 3rd City; 5.5 Million Residents Stuck At Home Indefinitely
The latest outbreak of COVID-19 prompted the Chinese government to impose a lockdown in the city of Anyang, home to 5.5 million people.
Ancient Board Game Discovered in the Qumayrah Valley From Bronze Age Settlement Played by the Inhabitants 4000-Years Ago
One of the oldest board games known in history was found in the Ayn Bani Sa'dah in the Qumayrah Valley from the Bronze Age settlement that had similarities to the Royal Game of Ur, with rules played like backgammon in present times.
Study Says T-Cells That Recognize the Coronavirus Could Be Used as Universal Vaccine To Protect Everyone
Researcher working on T-Cells say that these cells recognize the presence of pathogens like COVID-19 and generate the required defense. This is part of the natural immunity that could be a game changer for vaccines.
US Surgeons Successful In First Genetically Modified Heart Transplant From Pig to Human Patient
A Maryland man has been living with a pig heart after the first time a gene-edited pig has been utilized as an organ donor to a human heart transplant.