Salmonella Outbreak Stretches Across the US; CDC Continues To Investigate the Food Source
In less than a week, the number of infections from a recent salmonella outbreak with no known food source has more than doubled.
Joe Biden Vows To Provide Pfizer COVID-19 Booster Shots After CDC Signals Green Light to 60 Million Vulnerable Americans
President Joe Biden is ordering a group of 60 million Americans who had the Pfizer vaccine to get booster shots after the CDC gives the green light to do so.
Consortium of Scientists Develop Two-Step Process That Would Make Water, Oxygen Available on the Moon
A group of scientists is developing a two-step process that would make water and oxygen available for astronauts embarking on a mission on the moon.
Archaeologists Accidentally Found Charred Remains of Church in Jamestown that Proves Rebellion of Nathaniel Bacon in 1676
Researchers working at the Jamestown site in Virginia discovered remnants of a church burned to the ground in the Rebellion of Nathaniel Bacon in 1676. They have found proof that is connected to the first revolt against Britain in the American colonies.
COVID-19 Vaccine Apartheid: African Leaders Condemn Disparity in United Nations General Assembly
Several African leaders spoke on inequalities and called for greater international cooperation in COVID-19 vaccine accessibility at the United Nations General Assembly.
Education Secretary Encourages State Governors to Mandate Eligible Students To Get Vaccinated
On Thursday, Education Secretary Miguel Cardona supported making coronavirus vaccinations obligatory for eligible children, arguing that the FDA's approval of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine should encourage states to adopt such a policy.
Massive Maya Pyramid Found in El Salvador is One of Oldest Natural Disaster Shelters Built in the Past
Scientists conclude that the massive Maya pyramid found in El Salvador called El Campana is the ancient equivalent of a modern disaster shelter, except this was in ancient times. The discovery shows how the ancients were aware of their chaotic world and sought to protect their populations.
50-Pound Wild Rabid Beaver Attacks 73-Year-Old Man During Leisurely Swim in Pond; Victim Claims Swimming There Since the 1970s
An elderly man reported to authorities that a wild rabid 50-pound beaver attacked him when he swam in a Massachusetts pond in the US. Beavers have been known to attack people on several occasions when they expect it to be a cute furball, forgetting its incisors are deadly weapons.
R.1 Variant Evades Antibodies Created by Vaccines; New Mutation Detected in 47 States
A new COVID-19 strain that evades antibodies created by vaccines has been discovered in 47 states after infecting vaccinated patients and employees at a Kentucky nursing home.
FDA To Authorize a Booster Dose of Pfizer-BioNTech's COVID-19 Vaccine for 65 and Older
As early as Wednesday night, the Food and Drug Administration will approve a booster dose of Pfizer and BioNTech's Covid-19 vaccine for adults 65 and older.
Rumors Claim AIDS Treatment Was Leading Cause of Deaths; Criticizes Fauci's Recommendations
The top infecitous disease expert in the United States, Dr. Anthony Fauci, faces another controversy as rumors claim that zidovudine, the drug used to treat AIDS patients, was the leading cause of death among infected. Fauci was allegedly the one who recommended the treatment to be used on people.
Ancient City Tall el-Hammam Decimated by Tunguska-like Explosion, Theorized As Biblical Sodom
Ancient City Tall el-Hammam could be 'Biblical Sodom' and caused by a Tunguska-like event about 3,600 years ago. More than often the real stories of the ancient past like in the bible actually is the fact, discovery of proof bears out this fact.
Study Suggests That Severe COVID-19 Causes Delirium in Patients During and After Infection
Researchers are suggesting that delirium is caused by severe COVID-19 is an aftereffect from getting infected. Like most studies that do not have a real grasp of SARS-CoV-2, this new claim is not fully proven.
'Havana Syndrome' Diplomats Pressure Blinken of Worsening Effects of Stigma and Disbelief as Symptoms Observed in CIA Official
United States diplomats pressured Secretary of State Antony Blinken in a recent meeting for continued stigma and disbelief surrounding the Havana Syndrome. The talks came as a recent report of a CIA official showing signs of the illness after traveling to India.
India Will Continue To Export Vaccines In Neighboring Countries Starting Next Month
India will live up to its promise of providing vaccines to those in need starting next month.