Beech-Nut Recalls Infant Rice Cereal Due to Arsenic Concerns, a Threat to Babies' Brain Development
Baby food manufacturer Beech-Nut recalled a small portion of its products after a routine sampling discovered high levels of arsenic. The toxic chemical is dangerous to babies and toddlers and could affect their brain development.
What Is Maskne? Dermatologists Reveal Prolonged Wearing of Face Mask Cause Various Skin Reactions
Donning a face mask for extended periods of time is resulting in a number of people having serious outbreaks of skin conditions, including eczema and acne. The term "maskne" has become more popular during the pandemic.
Did COVID-19 Come From a Wuhan Lab? Classified Report Provides Early Report for Previously Taboo Notion
In the early stages of the pandemic, many followed the conspiracy theory that the COVID-19 virus originated from a laboratory in Wuhan, China. Recently, a classified report has reemerged providing early support for the idea, arguing it was possible for the infection to have leaked from a laboratory.
Recent Salmonella Outbreak Linked To Frozen Chicken From Aldi
A salmonella outbreak that infected at least 17 individuals has been linked to frozen chicken products bought from Aldi, the CDC says.
COVID-19 Booster Shots: Is This Necessary? When Will It Be Available?
As the United States edges closer to President Joe Biden’s goal of a 70 percent inoculation rate, several people are starting to wonder how long their protection will last. Numerous scientists surmise that the Moderna, Pfizer-BioNTech, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines authorized in the US will last at least a year, but are unsure.
FDA Approves Obesity Drug That Helps People Lose 15% Weight, Pill Being Developed
Regulators on Friday stated a new version of a popular diabetes drug can be sold as a weight-loss drug in the country. With other drugs, you are going to get perhaps 5% to 10% weight reduction.
New York Face Mask Guidelines Relax for Schools and Camps, Masks Will Not Be Required Outdoors
New York plans on easing face mask rules for children and adults at schools and camps the following week, unless the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) opposes. Masks will no longer be required outdoors.
Fauci Says COVID-19 Came from Miners in 2012, While Chinese Whistleblower Claims It’s ‘Unrestricted Bioweapon’
Anthony Fauci argues that COVID-19 may originated from cave in China that killed three miners in 2012, while a virologist claims is emails supports assertion that coronavirus is an 'unrestricted weapon.'
FDA Issues Recall Order for Enoki Mushrooms Over Potential Listeria Contamination
Several companies have already issued a recall of enoki mushrooms following FDA's notice of possible listeria infection.
COVID-19 Origins Probe: WHO Reviews Research on When Coronavirus Entered Italy, Indicates Experts Track Down Virus Outside China
Amid increasing pressure on the COVID-19 origins probe, WHO says it is working with researchers to retest samples from Italy to determine if the virus circulated in the country months before it was discovered in China.
Supreme Court Denies Johnson & Johnson's Appeal To Throw Out $2 Billion Penalty in Talc Baby Powder Cancer Verdict
Johnson & Johnson is penalized for $2.1 billion after the Supreme Court rejected the firm's appeal against the 2018 verdict that their baby powder caused cancer in over 20 women.
Doctor in Nursing (DNP) vs Nursing PhD: What’s the Difference?
After completing a Registered Nurse (RN) degree program, nurses have several options, including obtaining doctorate degrees, such as a PhD or a Doctorate in Nursing (DNP). But which doctorate program is better, and which one should you select – that is the key question.
Wuhan Lab Scientists Divulge They Were Bitten by Bats, Disregard Gloves, Masks, and Other PPE While Handling Bats
Chinese lab scientists in Wuhan eyed it as a possible source of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, according to the "bat leader," the job is not as dangerous as people think.
Top 11 Stress Management Techniques
There are quite a number of stress management techniques that aim to reduce how much stress affects an individual in daily life.
New York to Grant Full-Ride College Scholarships as COVID-19 Vaccine Incentive, Weekly Drawings Every Wednesday
New York plans to grant 50 full scholarships to vaccinated young people as part of an effort to persuade residents from 12 to 17 to receive COVID-19 vaccinations.