New Study Suggests Stem Cell Therapy Could Be Used to Treat Injuries
The possible benefits of stem cell therapy have been known about for some time, but the results of a new piece of research suggest that it could provide quicker, more efficient healing than had previously been thought. What does the study show and how could it affect the future of injury treatments?
South Africa Detects New COVID-19 Variant Believed to be Resistant to Vaccines and Highly Transmissible
A new variant of the coronavirus was detected in South Africa that is believed to be highly transmissible and resistant to the vaccines. The strain combines mutations from other variants of the infection and threatens another outbreak in the coutry and potentially worldwide.
Skeletons Found in the Atacama Desert Bear Marks of Violence and Survival in the World's Most Desolate Environment
Researchers discovered skeletons in the Atacama Desert that bore marks of violence and conflict which most likely shaped the event several thousand years ago for their survival. Early settlers had perhaps competed for the little resources in the arid region, with no choice but to eliminate the competition.
Woman Wins a Court Order for Her Husband; Judge Orders Hospital To Treat the Patient With Ivermectin
Last week, a Butler County court decided in favor of a lady who wanted a hospital to provide her husband Ivermectin after he spent many weeks in the ICU with the illness.
Russia Warns of West Nile Virus That Can Cause Deadly Nervous Condition; Country Sees Possible Spread in Autumn
Russia warns of possible increase in West Nile Virus cases in autumn as mild temperatures and heavy rains offer ideal circumstances for the mosquitoes that spread the deadly nervous conditions.
Benefits of Prioritizing Your Health
Everyone wants to be healthy, but the truth is, it can be easy to neglect the lifestyle changes that will help you do this.
Former FDA Head Gottlieb Says Kids Younger Than 12 Could be Eligible for Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine by Early Winter
Dr. Scott Gottliebe, the former head of the Food and Drug Administration, said that the agency could soon authorize Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine to be used on children under 12 years old. The official's statements give hope that the younger generation could begin getting vaccinated by early winter.
Georgia Professor Quits During Class After Student Refuses to Properly Wear Face Mask Amid Region's COVID Surge
A professor at a George university quit his job in the middle of his class after a student refused to wear a face mask over her nose, arguing it was difficult to breath in. The incident comes as the coronavirus pandemic continues to surge in the region, threatening students and school staff.
Americans Could Get COVID Booster Shots 8 Months After Initial Vaccination, Fauci Recommends
The United States' top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, said that health officials recommended a coronavirus booster shot after eight months from the original inoculation. The medical expert said the mRNA vaccines could have always had the need for an additional dose.
Global Internet Could Shut Down for Weeks When Solar Storms Hit With Electromagnetic Surge
Solar storms might cause disruptions in the global internet architecture for weeks at a time, warns a study. The massive network of underwater cables will be most affected since many industries are dependent on the world wide web.
New Zealand Extends Lockdown Again as COVID-19 Infections Surge, Passing 300 Cases in Less Than a Month
A single coronavirus case forced New Zealand to go into a nationwide lockdown as Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is committed to keeping the virus out of the nation. Officials recently extended the order until at least the end of the month as the country has recorded more than 300 cases.
Arkansas Physician Allegedly Gave Inmates Ivermectin to Treat COVID-19, Investigation Ensues
An Arkansas physician is currently under investigation for prescribing the parasite drug to Washington County jail inmates who have been infected with the coronavirus. Despite the FDA and the CDC warning against the use of the drug, the medical practitioner defended his decision by saying none of the 531 cases in the jail have died.
Chinese Conspiracy Theory Spreads Rumor That US Is Behind Pandemic Amid Officials' Refusal to Cooperate in COVID-19 Origin Investigation
Several conspiracy theories are claiming that the United States is responsible for leaking the coronavirus from a military lab. The Chinese government is allegedly responsible for spreading the rumors amid their reluctance to cooperate in the investigation that aims to determine the origin of the COVID-19 pandemic.
SpaceX Cannot Lift Off Due to Liquid Oxygen Shortage as COVID-19 Patients Need Them in Hospitals
COVID-19 has more than patients struggling from it. SpaceX cannot lift off due to an ongoing pandemic that needs precious oxygen supplies. The space lifter uses oxygen as a component for fuel for its lifts off and requires vast amounts of it, but its need is a big problem.
Mount Vesuvius Buries Ancient Italian Town of Herculaneum; Study of Remains Reveals Varying Diet of Genders Back 79 A.D.
In Herculaneum, a researcher from York University studied what people ate and found out gender determined what was eaten in particular.