Joe Biden Says COVID-19 Infections Down in All States, Will Donate Vaccines To Other Countries
The US will provide 80 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines to other countries following the announcement of President Joe Biden that infections have declined in all 50 states.
WHO: Long Working Hours Are a Killer
A new study from the World Health Organization found out that working long hours may lead to health problems and death.
CDC's New Masks Guidance Leaves States, Businesses Scrambling; Agency Claims Decision Is Based on Science
Since the CDC issued new masks guidance, states and businesses are confused, clinging to the criteria to determine who has been fully vaccinated and who has not.
CDC Advises Schools Not To Discontinue Using Face Masks
The CDC announced schools in the United States should continue to use face masks for the 2020–21 academic year as not all students will be fully inoculated. A six-foot distance is required between teachers and students.
Archaeologists Discover Rare Egyptian Articfacts: Over 300 Rock-Cut Tombs of Akhmim Leaders
Archaeologists have recently discovered a rare Egyptian find in Sohag, including 300 tombs belonging to officials of Akhmim in the Al-Hamidiyah Necropolis. These tombs were carved into the mountains, making it a significant discovery.
Fact Check: COVID Vaccines Are NOT Magnetic
Videos indicating that COVID vaccines behave like magnets have recently been going around the internet. These show people sticking magnets onto their skin where they reportedly got their COVID-19 vaccine shots. However, experts explain that these videos are fake.
8-Month-Old Boy Becomes World's Youngest COVID-19 Vaccine Recipient
Sixteen infants recently underwent Phase 1 of the clinical trial of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine and an 8-month-old boy from New York is the youngest among the recipients.
How The Pharmaceutical Industry Is Responding To COVID-19
Since time immemorial, pharmaceutical companies have always been finding ways to develop new medication formulations to prevent and combat diseases. And with the strike of the coronavirus 2019, the pharmaceutical industry seems to be facing greater challenges.
Regent’s New Electric SeaGlider Is a Futuristic Flying Boat With Zero Emissions
One look at Regent’s New Electric SeaGlider that is powered by electricity that is a next-generation vehicle. It can function as a seacraft or an aircraft that can land on water.
Mixing COVID-19 Vaccines Is Link to More Side Effects, New Study Shows
A variety of effects, including headaches and chills, is said to be more common after a mixed regimen of COVID-19 vaccines.
Brazil Ignores Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine; Ex-Health Minister Claims Country Does Not Need It
Pfizer had not received a response from Brazil for months when it offered its COVID-19 vaccine last year, said the company's Latin America chief executive.
Precision Nutrition is the Latest Health Trend
Over the last few years, the field of nutrition has seen significant advancement. In particular, more and more people now talk about precision nutrition as the most efficient way of determining an individualized plan to ensure people consume a healthy and nutritious diet based on their personal characteristics and physical profile.
COVID-19 Vaccine Passport: Countries That Will Require, Accept Proof of Vaccination Before Travelers Can Enter
Although there are few details on COVID-19 vaccine passports, here's what we do know about which country requires proof of vaccination if you're planning to travel abroad this summer.
CDC Lifts COVID-19 Mask and Social Distancing Restrictions for Fully Vaccinated Americans
Finally, it is masks off for fully vaccinated Americans and no need for social distancing when indoor or outdoor, as announced by the CDC. President Joe Biden claims the new guidelines as a "great milestone."
Ohio Offers $1 Million Lottery for People To Get COVID-19 Vaccine
Ohio offers a $1 million lottery for those who will get administered with a COVID-19 vaccine, as announced by Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine.