Secondhand Smoke Risks, Effects and What You Need to Know About It
Secondhand smoke is a mixture of two types of smoke. Find out about it here.
Fauci Urges Young People to Take COVID-19 Seriously, Pleads Not to Propagate Pandemic
The NIAID director also stated that while he understands that young people would like to enjoy their youth by going to bars, there is a huge chance that if some of those people get to interact with carrying the virus without showing symptoms, the virus will be passed to others. Thus, he urged them to take responsibility and look at the bigger picture.
Potentially Hazardous Asteroid Hitting Earth: Will It Erase Mankind Like the Dinosaurs?
Every month, stories about massive asteroids getting too close to the Earth's orbit is being reported. But is there a reason for us to be worried, will one hit the planet soon?
A Walk To Knighthood: How a War Veteran Gets Queen Elizabeth's Approval
Capt Sir Tom’s efforts to raise money for the NHS began as he intended to raise £1,000 through walking around his garden. However, his efforts did not go unnoticed as he has earned support from more than half a million people. The £1,000 he initially intended to raise quickly became £32,794,701. Today, he is set to receive the Knight Bachelor insignia.
Coronaviruses That Scared the World Before COVID-19
When people hear “coronavirus” what comes into mind is immediately the novel coronavirus or SARS-CoV-2 which causes COVID-19. What many do not know is before COVID-19, there have other several coronaviruses that scared the world. SARS
Chinese Medical Firm Boasted of Coronavirus Vaccine 'Pre-Testing' of Unapproved Treatments
A Chinese pharmaceutical firm has boasted of its attempts at conducting 'pre-testing' of a coronavirus vaccine that has yet to be approved by the regulatory body. The move comes amid Beijing's aim of becoming the first country to produce a working vaccine for the deadly pandemic.
Believe It or Not! A Fish With Eerie Human-Like Teeth Was Caught in Malaysia
An angler in Malaysia discovered an odd-looking fish that had what seemed to be human teeth. The animal's photo quickly became viral on Twitter as users found the creature's looks amusing but doubts of its authenticity surface.
Two Hairdressers Who Tested Positive for COVID-19 Did Not Pass Virus to 139 Clients
COVID-19 is known to be easily spread through respiratory droplets and fomites or inanimate objects where the virus thrives, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Thus, many people are wondering how the spread of infection was avoided in setting where the stylists who tested positive had physical contact with almost all their clients but has spread the disease to nobody.
Moderna Leads the COVID-19 Vaccine Race, Set to Begin Final Phase of Trials by End of July
Moderna, which is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts is the first biotech company in the US that has announced an estimated date for the phase three of the SARS-CoV-2 vaccine trials. Additional information about the trials which included guidance for test volunteers was posted on Tuesday.
Bubonic Plague Kills Mongolian Teen Who Ate Infected Marmot
A community quarantine has been imposed by the government in the Tugrug district of the province where the cases of the plague were identified. Fifteen people who were traced to have contacted the teenager, who died from the plague, have been isolated and are currently receiving antibiotics
5 Simple Tips to Achieve Radiant Skin Without Expensive Skin Care
As we age, our skin shows lines, wrinkles and dark spots. The elasticity of our skin also changes. But with proper skincare routine, a healthy diet and if you keep yourself hydrated, you can slow down the process.
3 Common Myths and Misconceptions About Vaccine Debunked
New diseases are discovered every time, and old diseases can also resurface, thus, medical professionals are recommending that people should arm themselves against these diseases by getting vaccinated. However, several myths about vaccines have caused people to fear vaccines.
Tuberculosis Facts: What You Need to Know About This Deadly Respiratory Disease
Every year, millions of people worldwide died because of tuberculosis. The disease is the leading cause of death for those who have weak immune system. Here are the facts about the deadly disease.
Relationship Advice for Couples in Quarantine to Avoid Separation
Since the quarantine began, thousands of couples around the world had decided to file for divorce and go their separate ways. The stress that comes with the pandemic can test your relationship. Here are the things that you can do to make sure that your relationship will survive.
5 Sure-Fire Ways to Help You Cope with Mental Health Disorder
Most people find mental health disorders a difficult subject to tackle, especially when they have friends or loved ones suffering from the illness. Here are some ways one can cope with mental health issues in themselves or other people.