Elon Musk to Throw $100 Million Prize for Twitter Followers with 'Best' Carbon Capture Tech
Tesla CEO and billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk took to his Twitter account to announce that he will give a $100 million prize for developing the "best" technology to capture carbon dioxide emissions.
Adding Exercise and Supplements to Increase Weight Loss
Everyone who wants to lose weight knows that they need to cut some calories out of their daily allotment to be successful. Cutting three thousand five hundred calories out a week, or just five hundred calories a day should be enough to lose an average of a pound a week.
Virginia to Implement Permanent COVID-19 Workplace Safety Standards
Virginia will adopt workplace safety standards to prevent COVID-19 spread that will be in place until Governor Ralph Northam's state of emergency declaration is lifted.
Biden Vaccine Effort in the US to Rejoin With WHO
President Biden's vaccine effort is one of his first orders as the U.S. rejoined the World Health Organization.
BC Cautions of Fake COVID-19 Vaccines Sold Online
A British Columbia health agency (BC) is promptly telling the public not to buy COVID-19 vaccines sold online or advertised from unauthorized sources, stating they may pose health risks, are counterfeit, and are ineffective at shielding people from the COVID-19 virus.
Elderly Couple Receive COVID-19 Vaccine as They Celebrate 73rd Wedding Anniversary
A couple celebrates their 73rd wedding anniversary at the same time, receiving their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Japan Experiences a Spate of Suicide Incidents Due to COVID-19; Affects the Mental Health of Citizens
Japan is having a spare of suicide incidents as the COVID-19 Pandemic is having a second wave. Victims were women and children which indicates more are killing themselves.
New Documentary Emerges, Reveals Medics Instructed to Deny Coronavirus Outbreak
After a year of major changes and a shift to new normal due to the ongoing pandemic, a new ITV documentary emerged, revealing that medics in Wuhan, China, were told to remain silent regarding the coronavirus outbreak.
Washington State Brokers' Partnership with Starbucks, Microsoft to Boost COVID-19 Vaccination
As part of a series of new efforts to help boost the state's coronavirus vaccination, Washington Governor Jay Inslee announced on Monday that their partners, Starbucks and Microsoft, will assist them on their move against COVID-19.
How to Volunteer in Response to COVID-19 in North Carolina
People could volunteer to assist North Carolina with emergency response, including in the dissemination of the COVID-19 vaccine. Some steps are to be taken.
WHO Chief: 'Not Right' to Vaccinate Younger Adults in Rich Countries Before Elderly in Poorer Countries
The World Health Organization (WHO) chief on Monday denounced drugmakers' profits and vaccine inequalities, indicating it is "not right" that younger and healthier individuals in wealthy nations get inoculated against COVID-19 before older people or health care workers in poorer nations. According to Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, most vaccine makers have targeted locations with the highest profits.
How Seniors Living Alone Can Protect Themselves During COVID
Social isolation has been a major mental and even physical health issues for people all over the world this past year. Many living alone have found themselves cut off from friends and family because of harsh social distancing requirements and have had to face more time alone than at perhaps any other point in their life.
COVID-19 Has Lesser Penetration to Veteran Smokers a New Case Study Proves in India
COVID-19 pandemic is affecting millions of lives all over the world. It doesn't seem to stop amid extreme lockdowns and limitations.
Why Do Some People Hear Voices of the Dead? Studies Explain the Reason
How can people here voices of the dead? Scientists are coming to terms how and why only a few can.
Pablo Escobar's 'Cocaine Hippos' Uncontrollable Breeding Pose Ecological Threat
Before becoming impossible to control, scientists have warned that Pablo Escobar’s ‘cocaine hippos’ need to face the same fate as their late owner as they are already taking over the marshlands of Colombia.