Long COVID-19 Symptoms: High Percentage of Patients Returns to Hospital After 1 Year Due to Respiratory, Fatigue, and Muscle Weakness
According to a recent research, almost half of approximately 1,200 recovered COVID-19 patients in Wuhan still exhibited extended COVID-19 symptoms a year after becoming sick.
Scientists Warn That Earth's Ocean Surface Will Be More Acidic, Less Suitable for Marine Life
A group of scientists headed by Northwestern University issued the harsh warning on Thursday, fearing that hotter, more acidic surfaces would make the planet's seas less suitable for marine life.
Another COVID-19-Like Pandemic May Happen in 60 Years? Researchers Anticipates the Probability
No one is in the clear, except another pandemic in 60 years that some scientists have warned. Viruses and other diseases will not stop but add more frequency as nature seems to point a gun on humans.
Ancient DNA Shows 7,200-Year-Old Woman was Part of Unknown Group of Humans
Archeologists discovered a preserved specimen of a 7,200-year-old whose ancient DNA showed she was part of a previously unknown group of humans in Southeast Asia. Adam Brumm, who is one of the authors of the study, said the incident was a remarkable find due to the weather conditions in the region.
Japanese Nuclear Power Plant to Build Undersea Tunnel to Dispose Radioactive Water
A Fukushima nuclear power plant hopes to release treated, radioactive water into the ocean through a planned undersea tunnel. The process is seen as the most realistic way of discharging the waste without too much adverse effects to the environment.
Police Union Opposes Lightfoot's Vaccine Mandate for City Workers
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced that the region would require all city workers to get vaccinated against the coronavirus. However, a leading police union vehemently opposed the requirement, arguing there was no long-term safety study on the treatments.
COVID-19 Origin: WHO Warns that Investigation May Come to an End; China Still Refuse to Share Data
The World Health Organization gathered a group of foreign experts on Wednesday and warned that the window for identifying the source of COVID-19 is narrowing.
Salmonella Outbreak: CDC, USDA Are Now Investigating in at Least 17 States
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the United States is looking into two salmonella outbreaks in 17 states that may be connected to Italian-style meats.
Scientists Mark 2020 as Hottest Year in the UK; Climate Change Expected to Have Devastating Effects Worldwide
The UK experienced its hottest year on record in 2020, signaling the effects of climate change that has continued to devastate countries for years. Experts found that the recent storm that killed more than 220 people in European nations was 1.2 times to nine times more likely to happen now.
Moderna Applies for COVID-19 Full Approval; US FDA May Grant the Designation Soon
Moderna Inc., said that it has finished the application process for full approval of its COVID-19 vaccine in the United States, putting it on track to get the second such license from federal authorities.
'Horrifying' Video Shows Wild Tortoise Attacking and Eating Baby Bird Despite Being Thought of as Vegetarian
Researchers captured the "horrifying" moment when a wild giant tortoise deliberately attacked and killed a baby tern chick and swallowed it whole. The incident is the first documented footage of a believed to be vegetarian reptile hunting for meat.
Uranium Cubes That Are Suspected Component of Hitler’s 1945 Nuclear Bomb Now Under Study
The Uranium cubes found by Allies in 1945 will be scrutinized by researchers looking into the alleged Nazi atomic bomb that could have beaten America.
France Faces Thousands of Protests Against COVID-19 Health Pass For Six Consecutive Weekends
Thousands of people in France protested against health pass restrictions, believing that the French government was implying that COVID-19 vaccinations were mandatory.
Archaic Battle of Sea Titans: Scarred Teeth Fossils Reveal Ancient Livyatan Whale, Megalodon Shark Brawl
An ancient sperm whale was attacked by the Megalodon when they existed millions of years ago. Scientists found fossils and have theorized these predators would have faced each other.
Sweden's Kebnekaise No Longer Highest Peak; Study Finds Shrinking Caused by Climate Change
Scientists say that Sweden's Kebnekaise is shrinking and has gotten shorter by 6.5-feet as world temperatures rise. The threat of global warming and its effects on a glacial mountain peak makes it more evident that we should do something.