Chinese COVID-19 Vaccine Fails to Suppress Coronavirus Outbreaks in Other Countries
China's coronavirus vaccines, Sinovac and Sinopharm, are under criticism after countries who administered the shots among their citizens continued to record staggering numbers of confirmed cases. Hong Kong researchers discovered that the Chinese vaccines had a low efficacy rate of 62%.
Lung Cancer Can Cause Immune Cells to Attack Healthy Tissues Assisting in Tumor Size Increase
A new research revealed that lung cancer can cause immune cells to attack healthy tissues and cells, helping tumors settle in and slowly causing the host to weaken.
'Discovery' of Antarctica Predates Claims by 1,300 Years, Before the First Western Explorers Set Foot on the Frozen Continent
Polynesians arrived in Antarctica long before the first Western explorers landed on the icy continent. By how long? A new study says 1,300 years.
Russia Cooperates With China to Advance Space Missions to Rival US, Other Nations
The Russian and Chinese government announced their cooperation to overtake the United States and other nations in the space race. The statements come amid international sanctions American authorities placed on Moscow's space programs.
Archeologists Find 130 Homes Around German Stonehenge, Indicates That Ritualistic Site Was Once an Ancient Community
Archeologists working on the Ring Sanctuary of Pömmelte or German Stonehenge are saying the structure was more that ritualistic. It might have an ancient bronze age community unlike similar centers in the ancient world that existed in BCE (before the common era)
Indian Authorities Investigate Alleged Fake COVID-19 Test Amid Surge of Infections
Indian authorities have ordered an investigation looking into allegations of fake test results in the region encompassing about 100,000 out of 400,000 tests after a religious event. The incident is believed to have been responsible for the massive outbreak of COVID-19 cases in recent days.
Illinois Residents Discovered to Have Been Infected With COVID-19 Before First Reported Cases in the US
Researchers recently discovered that the coronavirus infected several residents, mainly from Illinois, before the first confirmed cases in the United States. The analysis showed health experts the geographical spread of the virus and could help in future pandemics.
Antarctic Krill not Totally Affected by Climate Change Caused by Human Activity, Further Study Needed
Antarctic krill are not completely affected by climate change, with their numbers declining by 30%. Further studies are needed to safeguard the balance of the ecosystem.
Deadly COVID-19 Outbreak Hampers Thailand's Mass Vaccination Campaign
Thailand officials are struggling to continue their mass vaccination campaign after a surge of new COVID-19 cases plagued the country in recent weeks. Bangkok private and public hospitals announced they would be cancelling some appointments, without citing reasons why.
Can Humans Reproduce in Mars? Mice Study Shows Sperm Can Survive on Martian Surface
Recent studies show that humans can reproduce on Mars with the discovery that sperm can survive for 200 years.
Italian Woman Gave Birth While in Coma for 10 Months, Wakes Up to Discover She Now Has a Daughter
An Italian woman who was in a 10-month coma wakes up to discover she is now a mother to a lovely little girl. The patient's husband set up a GoFundMe page to collection donations to support his wife's medical treatment.
Newly Discovered Exoplanet Could Have Water Clouds, A Gaseous Planet Rather Than a Rocky One Like Earth
Scientists have discovered a planet located 90 light-years from Earth with an atmosphere that may contain water clouds. The exoplanet has a low density, which alludes that it is a gaseous planet instead of a rocky one like Earth.
Israeli Researchers Find Oral COVID-19 Vaccine Works as Booster
An oral COVID-19 vaccine booster developed in Israel shows promising results in animal trials, and researchers expect to make it available within nine months.
World's Oldest Cave Painting is Being Erased by Climate Change, A Grim Sign?
Climate change is not only affecting cities and daily life but also slowly destroying ancient art dating back to 44,000 years ago. Cave paintings found in a limestone cave are slowly being erased by salt crystallization caused by the changing climate.
Fauci Hasn't Ruled Out Wuhan 'Lab Leak' Theory On COVID-19 Origins [REPORT]
Infectious Disease Expert Dr. Anthony Fauci recently said he did not rule out the possibility that the coronavirus pandemic could have originated from a laboratory leak in Wuhan, China. The medical professional's statements come amid criticism he changed his mind about the true origins of the virus.