Cloth Face Masks Offer Zero Protection From Virus, Study Shows
What kind of face-covering is the best to wear and use? Read the article and be guided by what is needed in getting the best mask.
Excessive Drinking May Increase Coronavirus Threat
Substance abuse researcher Dr. Mariann Piano claims excessive drinking amid the coronavirus pandemic is a greater threat than the virus itself. Experts state alcohol compromises the immune system and makes people more susceptible to the pandemic.
Supreme Court Favors Trump’s Call for Expansion of Employer Exemption on Obamacare Contraceptive Mandate
Justice Clarence Thomas who wrote for the majority during the vote said that the actions done by the federal agencies and the Trump administration in asking for an expansion of the exemptions were lawful. Trump has previously stated that he would act to protect religious liberty in the country.
Fact Check: Does Wearing Face Mask Causes Oxygen Deficiency?
Anti-mask protesters in the United States are vocal about their struggles in wearing a mask, as some claims wearing them makes it difficult to breathe. But is there any danger in wearing a face mask?
Florida Teen Dies After Mother Sent Her to Group Event, Gave Her Hydroxychloroquine to Treat COVID-19
The teen fell ill days after she attended a church event. Her mother, a nurse, gave her azithromycin and hydroxychloroquine instead of rushing her to the hospital.
Super-Earths Might Share More Similarities to Our Earth
There's a research based on a new model that attempts to predict the formation of water-filled super-Earths. The researchers have made connections with the deep-water cycle and landmass as parts of the equation.
Coronavirus Facts Not Acceptable If It Fails to Match Anyone’s Worldview, Dr. Fauci Says
Why do people disagree with aspects of the ongoing Pandemic? Is there a dysfunction with getting the facts out?
Another Pandemic Brewing? Bubonic Plague Cases Reported in China
Caused by the microorganism Yersinia pestis., bubonic plague was the disease that caused the Black Death pandemic which killed millions of people in the 14th century. The said disease is transmitted through bites of fleas and infected animals, it was also considered as one of the most deadly infections caused by bacteria in the history of humans.
WHO Received First Reports of Coronavirus Not From China, But From Another Whistleblower
Recent revelation claimed that contrary to their claims, China was not the first one to inform WHO about coronavirus. Media reports are pointing to the first whistleblowers who reached out to WHO.
Mongolia Quarantines Area Next to China After Discovering Cases of Black Plague
The horrific Black Plague may be making a return as two people in Mongolia tested positive of the disease. The region is now under lockdown.
COVID-19 Cure: Oxford Vaccine Might Give People Protection for Unspecified Period
There are high hopes for an anti-viral to be discovered so life can return to normal. But there might be limitations.
NASA's Steam-Powered Robots Will Explore Icy Moons to Look for Extraterrestrial Life
Science fiction meets life when NASA’s JPL team created the first-ever football-sized and steam-powered robot to roam other planets. The robots will operate from a mother unit and explore by rolling around in rough terrains.
Declining Eyesight Can Be Improved by Looking at Red Light
As we age, our eyesight has a tendency to decline. You may use this method to prevent such.
NASA Astronauts Take Another Spacewalk to Change Batteries
The said spacewalk is part of a series of power upgrades that have been done in the ISS since January 2017. During the upgrades, nickel-hydrogen batteries are replaced with lithium-ion. Astronauts Robert Behnken and Chris Cassidy began their spacewalk at around 7:13 in the morning (ET) on Wednesday and ended after six hours and one minute at 1:14 PM ET.
Old Patient Suffers From Agonizing 4-Hour Erection After Contracting Coronavirus
Is there a link between a raging stiff member and the coronavirus? How does the blood clots get there in the first place?