COVID-19 Cases Decreasing, but US Should Not Fall Into Complacency, Says Dr. Peter Hotez
Dr. Peter Hotez, the co-director of the Center for Vaccine Development at Texas Children's Hospital, spoke on CNBC's "The News with Shepard Smith," and said that the United States public should not become complacent because of decreasing COVID-19 cases.
FDA Claims J&J's Single-Shot of COVID-19 Vaccine is Safe, Effective
J&J's COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective and could give Americans access to the first single-shot to work against the virus.
Michigan Transplant Patient Dies from COVID-19 2 Months After Receiving Lungs That Carried the Virus
A Michigan transplant patient died from COVID-19 two months after receiving a set of lungs that carried the virus, despite having negative results before the operation.
Can stress trigger psoriasis?
Today, stress is a part of most peoples' lives. Demanding work schedules and health are just a few potential causes of stress. Psoriasis is a skin disorderwhich results in scaly, often itchy areas in patches.
Biden to Mark 500,000 COVID-19 Deaths with Candle Lighting and Moment of Silence on Monday
As the deaths caused by COVID-19 in the United States approach the 500,000-mark, Us President Joe Biden is to honor the fallen with a candle lighting and moment of silence, Monday evening.
Hospitals Experience Low Water Supply in Winter Storm Aftermath
As the South carried on with recovery efforts in the wake of a devastating winter storm, hospitals around the region grappled with water shortages as the South experienced a low water supply on Sunday
Texas Family Files $100M Suit Against Power Companies After 11-year-old Died of Hypothermia Amid Winter Storm
The family of the 11-year-old boy who lost his life due to hypothermia filed a $100 million suit against the Entergy Corporation and Texas power providers Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT.)
COVID-19 Pandemic Could Be 'Mostly Gone' by April, According to John Hopkins
A Johns Hopkins professor and surgeon stated the pandemic could be “mostly gone” by April 2021. Marty Makary, a professor at the university’s School of Medicine and Bloomberg School of Public Health, remarked in an opinion piece published in the Wall Street Journal on Friday that daily COVID-19 cases have declined by 77 percent since January 2021.
First Animal to Human Transmission of New Strain of Avian Flu Reported in Russia
After its first outbreak in a poultry farm last December, a new strain of avian flu had been reported by the health officials of Russia as it can be now transmitted from birds to humans.
Italy's Mt. Etna Erupts 4 Times in the Past Week, Offers a Show of Lava and Fire
A show of lava and fire woke up Sicily, Italy, on Sunday after Mt. Etna once again erupted for the fourth time in a span of four days, spewing lava and sending plumes of ash into the sky.
Israeli Bar Offers Free Drinks for Those Who Will Get COVID-19 Vaccines
In an attempt to encourage more people to get vaccinated, an Israeli bar offered its patrons free drinks when they get the COVID-19 vaccine as it doubled as a site for immunization.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock Says UK Prioritizes COVID-19 Fight Over Transparency
UK government struggled to reach deadlines for COVID-19-related contracts because it moved to secure equipment at the height of the pandemic, Health Secretary Matt Hancock said.
How Long To Get the Second COVID-19 Vaccine Amid Delays of Distribution Due To Winter Storm
Due to the winter weather that has ravaged most of the US and caused delays in COVID-19 vaccine delivery.
SC Governor Signs Fetal Heartbeat Bill; Bans Abortion After Heartbeat Detection
South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster signed the heartbeat bill into law on Thursday. It was signed one day after the legislation passed the state lower chamber.
Vatican Threatens to Fire Employees Who Refuse to Get COVID-19 Vaccine
As COVID-19 vaccines are continuously being distributed, officials from the Vatican directed employees on getting the vaccine to avoid the risk of getting fired.