Vaccine Information Uploaded on Tiktok Debunks Misleading Information
When the Covid-19 virus shocked the whole world with various misleading vaccine data, young people get real-life answers directly from social media.
Cancer Patients Find Love in Each Other After Meeting in the Hospital
Bryan and Candela both underwent chemotherapy sessions for cancer in the same hospital. Neither of them expected that it would lead to their love life.
WHO: 'Highly Speculative’ to Say COVID-19 Did Not Emerge in China
The World Health Organization (WHO)'s top emergency expert stated it would be "highly speculative" for the global health agency to say COVID-19 did not emerge in China. The novel coronavirus was first identified in a food market in the Chinese city of Wuhan last December 2019.
United Airlines Flies Pfizers COVID-19 Vaccine Across the United States
United Airlines Holdings Inc. on Friday reportedly started operating charter flights to prepare Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate for dissemination once the immunization is approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
COVID-19 Potential New Side Effect Causes Teeth to Fall Out
A number of COVID-19 survivors are reporting a peculiar symptom in the aftermath of them contracting the virus: teeth falling out.
Most Americans Prefer To Attend Gatherings on Thanksgiving, According To Poll
For Thanksgiving, most Americans say they prefer to attend some Thanksgiving gathering this 2020 even if they have to resort to a smaller group than normal or follow other guidelines imposed by the global health crisis, according to a new Hill-HarrisX poll.
COVID-19 Vaccine Astrazeneca Admits Errors After Announcing It's "Highly Effective"
AstraZeneca and Oxford University admitted a manufacturing mistake that posed concerns over their Covid-19 vaccine after announcing that it had been "highly effective" against the virus.
Purdue Pharma Pleads Guilty To Criminal Charges Over Its Involvement in the US Opioid Crisis
In an admission that brought a resolution to the role of Purdue Pharma LP in the ongoing opioid crisis in the U.S., the pharmaceutical took a deal with federal prosecutors and pleaded guilty to the criminal charges filed over the handling of painkiller OxyContin.
Disney to Layoff 32,000 Employees in 2021 Due to COVID-19 Crisis
As the pandemic continuously ravages most industries, the American diversified multinational mass media, and the entertainment conglomerate, The Walt Disney Company plans to lay off an estimated 32,000 employees in the first half of 2021.
Health Workers Running on Empty Amid the Resurgence of COVID-19
As the pandemic surges and hospitals flood with patients, health workers on the frontlines are running on empty under rising pressure.
Denver Mayor Travels for Thanksgiving Despite His COVID-19 Policies, Apologizes
Despite the Denver Mayor's guidelines about traveling during the Thanksgiving holiday, Michael Hancock reportedly boarded a plane to Houston on Wednesday. The Colorado capital recently witnessed a record increase in COVID-19 cases.
New Normal: How Long Will We Need to Wear Face Masks?
Reports about several potential COVID-19 vaccines offer hope for the end of the global health crisis. However, we could still be wearing face masks and implementing guidelines including social distancing for at least another year, according to experts.
Holiday Travels Decline Due to Covid-19 as Thanksgiving Gets Near
As the holiday season draws near, the pandemic's effects, known as Covid-19, is expected to be much more evident.
NANO Hearing Aids Appears On The Top 10 Health Gadget List for 2020
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, experts say people are taking charge of their mental and physical health now more than ever.
The Dispersion of COVID-19 Vaccines to Encounter Massive Logistical Difficulties
It will take a big supply chain struggle on a magnitude that surpasses any other in history to carry out Covid-19 vaccines to the world's 7.8 billion population.