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Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers reveals he had coronavirus

29 May 15:56 11 articles

Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers reveals he had coronavirus

The Foxes manager, and his wife, fell ill at the end of March.

29 May 15:56 Breaking News 4415806919171795231.html
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers reveals he had coronavirus

Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers has revealed he had coronavirus.

29 May 15:01 independent 5894610845522318943.html
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers reveals he had coronavirus

The Foxes manager, and his wife, fell ill at the end of March.

29 May 15:04 Jersey Evening Post 6141642775308053657.html
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers reveals he had coronavirus

The Foxes manager, and his wife, fell ill at the end of March.

29 May 15:02 Express & Star 7324224460785193878.html
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers reveals he and wife had coronavirus

The Foxes manager was ill in March and April.

29 May 20:16 The42 5369852630240838491.html
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers reveals he had coronavirus

The Foxes manager, and his wife, fell ill at the end of March.

29 May 15:02 Shropshire Star 3480199993239016342.html
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers could ‘hardly walk’ whilst battling Coronavirus

Brendan Rodgers has revealed to BBC Sport Leicester that he had the Coronavirus and has since recovered...

29 May 14:35 CaughtOffside 8169236757081792865.html
Ex-Celtic boss Rodgers reveals coronavirus battle was ‘like climbing Kilimanjaro’

FORMER Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has compared coronavirus symptoms to climbing Mount Kilimanjaro as he revealed that both he and his wife Susan contracted the virus. The Leicester City boss an…

29 May 14:41 The Scottish Sun 6609127673167470530.html
'I could hardly walk' - Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers reveals he has recovered from Covid-19

Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers has revealed that he and his wife have recovered from Covid-19, as he revealed he 'could hardly walk' as the virus struck him down.

29 May 15:27 independent 5894610845999979927.html
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers has recovered from COVID-19

Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers has revealed that he's made a full recovery after contract...

29 May 15:35 Newstalk 7635722259703356353.html
Brendan Rodgers reveals coronavirus struggle as former Celtic boss makes Mount Kilimanjaro comparison

The Leicester City manager was diagnosed with Covid-19 in March.

29 May 14:22 dailyrecord 552235481007973417.html
FDA finds contamination in several brands of diabetes drug

29 May 19:30 7 articles

FDA finds contamination in several brands of diabetes drug

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. health regulators are telling five drugmakers to recall their versions of a widely used diabetes medication after laboratory tests found elevated...

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FDA finds contamination in several brands of diabetes drug

U.S. health regulators are telling five drugmakers to recall their versions of a widely used diabetes medication after laboratory tests found elevated levels of a contaminant linked to cancer.

29 May 20:11 NewsChannel 10 1537185525582070756.html
FDA finds contamination in several brands of diabetes drug

U.S. health regulators are telling five drugmakers to recall their versions of a widely used diabetes medication after laboratory tests found elevated levels of a contaminant linked to cancer.

29 May 20:15 CTVNews 2422791597284353262.html
FDA finds contamination in several brands of diabetes drug

U.S. health regulators are telling five drugmakers to recall their versions of a widely used diabetes medication after laboratory tests found elevated levels of a contaminant linked to cancer.

29 May 20:10 WVLT 4089046910365093499.html
FDA finds contamination in several brands of diabetes drug

WASHINGTON - U.S. health regulators are telling five drugmakers to recall their versions of a widely used diabetes medication after laboratory tests found e

29 May 19:34 iNFOnews.ca 6669504244779646037.html
Five drug companies told to recall diabetes medication amid cancer fears

Five US pharmaceutical companies have been told to recall their versions of a type of diabetes medication after tests found worrying levels of a chemical linked to cancer.Several batches of metformin, which is widely used to reduce excess blood sugar in type 2 diabetes patients, tested positive for unsafe

29 May 18:53 Yahoo 7097669637377933758.html
Regulator Asks 5 Firms To Recall Diabetes Drug Over Carcinogen Concerns

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said on Thursday it has recommended five pharmaceutical firms to voluntarily recall their diabetes drug metformin after the agency found high levels of a possible cancer-causing impurity in some versions of the medication.

29 May 02:54 NDTV.com 5090057681689564229.html
Take 2 for SpaceXs 1st astronaut launch with more storms

29 May 16:44 8 articles

Take 2 for SpaceX's 1st astronaut launch with more storms

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — SpaceX pressed ahead with its second attempt to launch astronauts for NASA — a historic first for a private company — but more stormy weather threatened more delays.

29 May 16:44 680News 8014034333589317144.html
Take 2 for SpaceX's first astronaut launch with more storms

SpaceX pressed ahead with its second attempt to launch astronauts for NASA -- a historic first for a private company -- but more stormy weather threatened more delays.

29 May 18:30 CTVNews 2422791597644338449.html
Storms threaten more delays as SpaceX prepares for new space attempt

Saturday’s rescheduled departure would be the first time astronauts have been launched from Cape Canaveral since 2011.

29 May 17:04 Jersey Evening Post 6141642774020157532.html
Storms threaten more delays as SpaceX prepares for new space attempt

Saturday’s rescheduled departure would be the first time astronauts have been launched from Cape Canaveral since 2011.

29 May 17:03 Express & Star 7324224459484754012.html
Take 2 for SpaceX's 1st astronaut launch with more storms

SpaceX pressed ahead with its second attempt to launch astronauts for NASA—a historic first for a private company—but more stormy weather threatened more delays.

29 May 17:11 phys.org 3476726123584853834.html
Storms threaten more delays as SpaceX prepares for new space attempt

Saturday’s rescheduled departure would be the first time astronauts have been launched from Cape Canaveral since 2011.

29 May 17:02 Shropshire Star 3480199991938576476.html
SpaceX, NASA already planning its next astronaut mission following historic launch

SpaceX’s first launch of Crew Dragon with astronauts on board may have to wait a few more days to get off the ground, but that doesn’t mean that the company isn’t already looking forward to the future. Following Demo-2, and if all goes as planned, NASA is expected to certify the Crew Dragon spacecraft for […]

29 May 17:30 Teslarati 613467574724976260.html
'Elon Musk Is Not A Lunatic': Revisiting The Dawn Of SpaceX

With SpaceX’s historic private launch of astronauts into orbit, here is the first Forbes profile of Elon Musk from 2003, shortly after the company was founded—and five years before the first Tesla rolled off the line.

29 May 00:00 Forbes 6028587531217060088.html
Scientists recommended face coverings weeks before Government advice

29 May 17:17 3 articles

Scientists recommended face coverings weeks before Government advice

The minutes have been released from 34 Sage meetings.

29 May 17:17 Shropshire Star 3480199993264761873.html
Scientists recommended face coverings weeks before Government advice

The minutes have been released from 34 Sage meetings.

29 May 17:19 Jersey Evening Post 6141642775346342929.html
Scientists recommended face coverings weeks before Government advice

The minutes have been released from 34 Sage meetings.

29 May 17:17 Express & Star 7324224460810939409.html
The learning rites of being right all the time

29 May 14:00 3 articles

The learning rites of being right all the time

Recovery, growth and trust are more important than always being right.

29 May 14:00 Brisbane Times 2314609339801074967.html
The learning rites of being right all the time

Recovery, growth and trust are more important than always being right.

29 May 14:00 WAtoday 6806590900247264535.html
The learning rites of being right all the time

Recovery, growth and trust are more important than always being right.

29 May 14:00 The Age 7967730562782002455.html
Duke of Westminster donates £1 million to Covid-19 mental health research

29 May 12:14 3 articles

Duke of Westminster donates £1 million to Covid-19 mental health research

The funds are part of a £10 million donation made by the duke in aid of the Covid-19 response and recovery.

29 May 12:14 Shropshire Star 3480199993015180329.html
Duke of Westminster donates £1 million to Covid-19 mental health research

The funds are part of a £10 million donation made by the duke in aid of the Covid-19 response and recovery.

29 May 12:16 Jersey Evening Post 6141642775096761385.html
Duke of Westminster donates £1 million to Covid-19 mental health research

The funds are part of a £10 million donation made by the duke in aid of the Covid-19 response and recovery.

29 May 12:14 Express & Star 7324224460561357865.html
Scientists raise concern over hydroxychloroquine study

29 May 13:15 5 articles

Scientists raise concern over hydroxychloroquine study

Dozens of scientists have raised concerns over a large-scale study of hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine that led to the World Health Organization suspending clinical trials of the anti-viral drugs as a potential treatment for COVID-19. Hydroxychloroquine, normally used to treat arthritis, is one of

29 May 13:15 Yahoo 7097669638303171361.html
Scientists raise concern over hydroxychloroquine study

Dozens of scientists have raised concerns over a large-scale study of hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine published in the Lancet that led to the World Health Organization suspending clinical trials of the anti-viral drugs as a potential treatment for COVID-19.

29 May 15:17 Coronavirus 2422791598172458036.html
Scientists raise concern over hydroxychloroquine study

Dozens of scientists have raised concerns over a large-scale study of hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine published in The Lancet

29 May 18:40 The Guardian 7580308504544820264.html
More than 120 top scientists criticise a series of FLAWS in study that found Trump-backed hydroxychloroquine drug raised the risk of death to Covid-19 patients and halted global trials

More than 120 leading scientists and doctors from around the world, including four from the UK, have penned an open letter to the editor of the Lancet, the journal in which the study is published.

29 May 09:33 Mail Online 124328111626318008.html
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29 May 07:29 DoolNews 6727595480820861232.html
Allowing people to meet in bubbles ‘could spread coronavirus in population’

29 May 17:34 3 articles

Allowing people to meet in bubbles ‘could spread coronavirus in population’

It was thought the roadmap to easing the lockdown contained the possibility one household could form a social ‘bubble’.

29 May 17:34 Shropshire Star 3480199991240140348.html
Allowing people to meet in bubbles ‘could spread coronavirus in population’

It was thought the roadmap to easing the lockdown contained the possibility one household could form a social ‘bubble’.

29 May 17:37 Jersey Evening Post 6141642773321721404.html
Allowing people to meet in bubbles ‘could spread coronavirus in population’

It was thought the roadmap to easing the lockdown contained the possibility one household could form a social ‘bubble’.

29 May 17:34 Express & Star 7324224458786317884.html
Researchers develop experimental rapid COVID-19 test using nanoparticle technique

29 May 04:00 4 articles

Researchers develop experimental rapid COVID-19 test using nanoparticle technique

Scientists from the University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM) developed an experimental diagnostic test for COVID-19 that can visually detect the presence of the virus in 10 minutes. It uses a simple assay containing plasmonic gold nanoparticles to detect a color change when the virus is present. The test does not require the use of any advanced laboratory techniques, such as those commonly used to amplify DNA, for analysis.

29 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232468358124355.html
Researchers develop experimental rapid COVID-19 test using nanoparticle technique

Scientists from the University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM) developed an experimental diagnostic test for COVID-19 that can visually detect the presence of the virus in 10 minutes. It uses a ...

29 May 16:10 phys.org 3476726124658708412.html
Researchers use new technique to develop experimental rapid COVID-19 test

Scientists from the University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM) developed an experimental diagnostic test for COVID-19 that can visually detect the presence of the virus in 10 minutes.

29 May 05:20 News-Medical.net 4522523031727682793.html
Researchers develop experimental rapid COVID-19 test using nanoparticle technique

Scientists have developed an experimental diagnostic test for COVID-19 that can visually detect the presence of the virus in 10 minutes. It uses a simple assay containing plasmonic gold nanoparticles to detect a color change when the virus is present.

29 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754801376834788.html
Little fear, lots of love as Madrid medics do home rounds amid pandemic

29 May 20:40 3 articles

Little fear, lots of love as Madrid medics do home rounds amid pandemic

By Susana Vera MADRID (Reuters) - With air kisses and palms clasped, elderly patients in Madrid greet medics who come to check them at home during the coronavirus pandemic despite the risks involved.

29 May 20:40 Firstpost 4760741711972822334.html
Little fear, lots of love as Madrid medics do home rounds amid pandemic

By Susana Vera MADRID (Reuters) - With air kisses and palms clasped, elderly patients in Madrid greet medics who come to check them at home during the coronavirus pandemic despite the risks involved.

29 May 20:40 Firstpost 4760741712708257855.html
Little fear, lots of love as Madrid medics do home rounds amid pandemic

MADRID (Reuters) - With air kisses and palms clasped, elderly patients in Madrid greet medics who come to check them at home during the coronavirus pandemic despite the risks involved.

29 May 13:47 Reuters 8334514180524654443.html
Sun Pharma To Test Pancreatitis Drug In COVID-19 Patients

29 May 15:05 13 articles

Sun Pharma To Test Pancreatitis Drug In COVID-19 Patients

The company joins other drugmakers Glenmark and Strides Pharma Science that are conducting trials in India for potential drugs for COVID-19.

29 May 15:05 NDTV.com 5090057681566865812.html
Sun Pharma gets nod for drug trial in COVID-19 patients

DCGI approves testing of pancreatitis drug Nafamostat

29 May 17:25 The Hindu 6679535025165495839.html
COVID-19 in India: DCGI allows clinical trials of Sun Pharma’s Nafamostat

29 May 10:49 Free Press Journal 9080771787906560820.html
Sun Pharma to test two drugs for treatment of Covid-19, stock up 3.5%

At present there are three clinical trials underway to test nafamostat in Covid19 patients around the world

29 May 13:55 Business-Standard 1502508926646734867.html
Sun Pharma to test pancreatitis drug in Covid-19 patients in India

Sun Pharma it has initiated manufacturing of the active pharmaceutical ingredient and the finished product of the drug using technology from its unit, Pola Pharma Japan.

29 May 11:20 Business-Standard 1502508925866512974.html
Coronavirus: Sun Pharma to test pancreatitis drug in COVID-19 patients in India

Sun Pharma said the pancreatitis drug, nafamostat mesilate, has been identified as a potential candidate for COVID-19 patients by scientists at University of Tokyo and Leibniz Institute for Primate Research, Germany

29 May 12:19 Livemint 6614605818966064460.html
Sun Pharma to test pancreatitis drug in COVID-19 patients in India

Sun Pharma said the pancreatitis drug, nafamostat mesilate, has been "identified as a potential candidate for COVID-19 patients by scientists at University of Tokyo and Leibniz Institute for Primate Research, Germany".

29 May 17:33 The Financial Express 1288289580315132258.html
Sun Pharma to conduct clinical trial of pancreatitis drug in COVID-19 patients

Shares of Sun Pharma rose 5 percent intraday on Friday after receiving approval from the Indian drug regulator for clinical trial of its drug on COVID-19 patients.

29 May 11:17 Firstpost 4760741712166557226.html
Sun Pharma gains 5% on DGCI nod to initiate clinical trial of drug on COVID-19 patients

Nafamostat is approved in Japan for improvement of acute symptoms of pancreatitis and treatment of Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (DIC).

29 May 00:00 Moneycontrol 1603024964158815298.html
Sun Pharma gets DCGI nod to start clinical trial of Nafamostat drug in COVID-19 patients

Three clinical trials are undergoing to test Nafamostat in Covid-19 patients; these trials are being led by the University of Tokyo Hospital, Japan; Gyeongsang National University Hospital (South Korea); and a collaborative trial by University Hospital, Italy, University of Zurich, Switzerland and Yokohoma City University, Japan

29 May 11:06 Business Today 1145527432027386294.html
Moderna starts dosing patients in mid-stage coronavirus vaccine study

(Reuters) - Moderna Inc said on Friday it had started dosing patients in a mid-stage study with its experimental coronavirus vaccine and eventually plans to enroll 600 patients for the trial.

29 May 21:35 Reuters 8334514180415189656.html
Covid-19: Sun Pharma gets approval for clinical trial of Nafamostat

Covid-19: Nafamostat was found to be the most potent drug and was able to inhibit virus entry at very low concentrations, consistent with findings from Japan and German labs.

29 May 10:17 newsx.com 5974563061377044936.html
Moderna starts dosing patients in mid-stage coronavirus vaccine study

There are currently about 10 coronavirus vaccines being tested in humans and experts have predicted that a safe and effective vaccine could take 12 to 18 months from the start of development. Earlier this month, Moderna had released https://in.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-moderna/coronavirus-vaccine-from-moderna-appears-safe-shows-promise-in-data-from-eight-people-idINKBN22U1KQ

29 May 21:20 Yahoo 7097669638973903927.html
Blood cancer and pancreatic disease drugs to be tested on Covid-19 patients

29 May 12:17 17 articles

Blood cancer and pancreatic disease drugs to be tested on Covid-19 patients

The trial for camostat will start on Friday while the trial for ruxolitinib is set to begin next week.

29 May 12:17 Shropshire Star 3480199993059774197.html
Blood cancer and pancreatic disease drugs to be tested on Covid-19 patients

The trial for camostat will start on Friday while the trial for ruxolitinib is set to begin next week.

29 May 12:17 Express & Star 7324224460605951733.html
Blood cancer and pancreatic disease drugs to be tested on Covid-19 patients

The trial for camostat will start on Friday while the trial for ruxolitinib is set to begin next week.

29 May 12:12 The Irish News 993065395692582.html
Hydroxychloroquine combination risky for cancer patients with COVID-19: Study

The preliminary results suggest doctors may want to refrain from prescribing the decades-old malaria treatment hydroxychloroquine with the antibiotic azithromycin for these patients until more study is done, researchers said.

29 May 00:00 Moneycontrol 1603024965184327801.html
Hydroxychloroquine worsens odds for cancer patients with COVID-19

As the evidence piles up that a malaria drug touted as a possible coronavirus treatment by President Donald Trump may instead harm patients, a new study shows the same might hold true for cancer patients with COVID-19.

29 May 06:22 UPI 8257973864486298946.html
Roche/Gilead tag team fights COVID-19 with Actemra/remdesivir

Roche and Gilead Sciences are joining forcers to fight COVID-19 with a 450-patient trial that will combine two drugs already being tested against coronavirus as monotherapies.

29 May 13:20 PMLive 7773534729313927885.html
Trastuzumab combined with trimodality treatment does not improve outcomes for patients

Results of the NRG Oncology clinical trial RTOG 1010 indicated that the addition of the monoclonal antibody trastuzumab to neoadjuvant trimodality treatment did not improve disease-free survival (DFS) outcomes for patient with HER2 overexpressing local and locally advanced esophageal adenocarcinoma.

29 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232468083364744.html
Late-Stage Study Combines an Antiviral with Immune Modulator For Treating COVID-19 Patients

Actemra, RoActemra, and Remdesivir treatment study launched

29 May 00:00 Precision Vaccinations 2720772262405360019.html
Hydroxychloroquine combination risky for cancer patients with COVID-19: Study

Cancer patients with COVID-19 who were treated with a drug combination promoted by U.S. President Donald Trump to counter the coronavirus were ...

29 May 07:32 CNA 5644198864251320128.html
Combination therapy does not show superior efficacy in newly diagnosed myeloma

The combination of carfilzomib, lenalidomide, and dexamethasone (KRd) did not show superior efficacy in patients with newly diagnosed myeloma absent a high-risk disease prognosis, compared with the standard of care--bortezomib, lenalidomide, and dexamethasone (VRd).

29 May 06:19 News-Medical.net 4522523030542965284.html
EU governments ban malaria drug for COVID-19, trial paused as safety fears grow

PARIS/LONDON/MILAN, May 27 (Reuters) - European governments moved on Wednesday to halt the use of anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19 patients, and a second global trial was suspended, further blows to hopes for a treatment promoted by U.S. President Donald Trump.

29 May 09:45 Daily Maverick 2373996788450328117.html
Roche, Gilead to test drug cocktail against severe Covid-19

Roche said in a statement that it had joined forces with Gilead for a global phase III clinical trial evaluating the safety and efficacy of using tocilizumab combined with remdesivir in hospitalised patients with severe Covid-19 pneumonia.

29 May 03:03 Hindustan Times 696565557936996506.html
FALSE: Malunggay and kamias tea cure for COVID-19

While some home remedies may alleviate symptoms of COVID-19, WHO says there is still no registered cure for the disease as of May 29

29 May 10:54 Rappler 1882105643501519312.html
Hydroxychloroquine prescriptions surged 2,000% after Trump promoted drug

Prescriptions for the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine jumped almost 2,000% during the week in March when President Trump promoted it to treat COVID-19.

29 May 17:45 Washington Examiner 4625792332815348089.html
Prescriptions for anti-malarial drugs rose 2,000% after Trump support

A new study finds that prescriptions rose sharply for two anti-malarial drugs that President Donald Trump claimed could help prevent or treat COVID-19.

29 May 16:04 UPI 8257973865874015431.html
Trade union wants all slaughterhouse workers tested for coronavirus

The around 33 thousand people who work in the Netherlands' meat processing industry must all be tested for the coronavirus, according to trade union FNV. A recent coronavirus outbreak at a

29 May 13:30 NL Times 9001346992765968065.html
Combined cediranib and olaparib presents similar activity to standard of care treatment

Results of the NRG Oncology phase III clinical trial NRG-GY004 indicated that the addition of the investigational agent cediranib to olaparib and standard platinum-based chemotherapy did not improve progression-free survival (PFS) outcomes for women with platinum-sensitive ovarian cancer;, however, activity between the treatments were similar in patients.

29 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232468727411488.html
Scientists warn ‘too soon to ease lockdown’ ahead of ‘tempting’ warm weekend

29 May 23:58 6 articles

Scientists warn ‘too soon to ease lockdown’ ahead of ‘tempting’ warm weekend

The comments come ahead of relaxation of restrictions in England on Monday.

29 May 23:58 Shropshire Star 3480199992897823522.html
Scientists warn ‘too soon to ease lockdown’ ahead of ‘tempting’ warm weekend

The comments come ahead of relaxation of restrictions in England on Monday.

29 May 23:58 Express & Star 7324224460829502094.html
Top scientists say its too early too ease lockdown amid fears over warm weekend

Police have urged the public to maintain current safeguards about social contact ahead of the lessening of restrictions next week.

29 May 22:38 Shropshire Star 3480199992075941658.html
Top scientists say its too early too ease lockdown amid fears over warm weekend

Police have urged the public to maintain current safeguards about social contact ahead of the lessening of restrictions next week.

29 May 22:38 Express & Star 7324224459622119194.html
Scientists advising Government warn coronavirus lockdown restrictions in England being lifted too fast

The coronavirus lockdown restrictions in England are being introduced too soon and there could be another spike in coronavirus if measures are not adhered to, three leading scientists advising the government have warned. Sir Jeremy Farrar, Professor John Edmunds and Professor Peter Horby, all members of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage), which has been advising the government on the coronavirus outbreak, said ministers were taking risks by allowing the gradual reopening of shops and schools and larger gatherings to meet in private.

29 May 22:37 ITV News 2184971258118840838.html
Covid-19 spreading too fast to lift lockdown in England – Sage advisers

Scientist says 8,000 daily coronavirus infections makes relaxing restrictions too risky

29 May 15:52 the Guardian 1491978795142162910.html
Chief Medical Officer backs voluntary use of face masks on public transport

29 May 07:18 4 articles

Chief Medical Officer backs voluntary use of face masks on public transport

Brendan Murphy has backed the voluntary use of face masks as a new study shows they can reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 when people are asymptomatic.

29 May 07:18 Brisbane Times 2314609339547058836.html
Chief Medical Officer backs voluntary use of face masks on public transport

Brendan Murphy has backed the voluntary use of face masks as a new study shows they can reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 when people are asymptomatic.

29 May 07:18 WAtoday 6806590899993248404.html
Chief Medical Officer backs voluntary use of face masks on public transport

Brendan Murphy has backed the voluntary use of face masks as a new study shows they can reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 when people are asymptomatic.

29 May 07:18 The Age 7967730562527986324.html
Face masks essential in combating asymptomatic spread of SARS-CoV-2 aerosols and droplets

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) occurs through the transmission of droplets and aerosols from infected people through speaking, breathing, coughing, and sneezing. Wearing masks can reduce the airborne transmission of the novel coronavirus, a new study finds. The research is published in the journal Science.

29 May 03:15 News-Medical.net 4522523029950537237.html
If we must have a pay freeze, spare front-line jobs dominated by underpaid women

29 May 14:00 4 articles

If we must have a pay freeze, spare front-line jobs dominated by underpaid women

Any halt to pubic sector pay rises in NSW needs to be short-lived, and the way to recovery must account for the glaring gender pay gap.

29 May 14:00 Brisbane Times 2314609338285668356.html
If we must have a pay freeze, spare front-line jobs dominated by underpaid women

Any halt to pubic sector pay rises in NSW needs to be short-lived, and the way to recovery must account for the glaring gender pay gap.

29 May 14:00 WAtoday 6806590898731857924.html
If we must have a pay freeze, spare front-line jobs dominated by underpaid women

Any halt to pubic sector pay rises in NSW needs to be short-lived, and the way to recovery must account for the glaring gender pay gap.

29 May 14:00 The Age 7967730561266595844.html
As Australia opens back up for businesses, jobseekers are once again searching for roles in hospitality and other hard-hit sectors

The Australian job market has just undergone what will go down as its strangest few months on record, as businesses begin reopening their doors.

29 May 04:49 Business Insider Australia 5575934300968527964.html
Brendan Rodgers confirms he had coronavirus but has now recovered

29 May 13:53 8 articles

Brendan Rodgers confirms he had coronavirus but has now recovered

Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers revealed that both he and his wife Susan contracted COVID-19, and likened the virus' symptoms to climbing Mount Kilamanjaro

29 May 13:53 mirror 675785260144852347.html
Brendan Rodgers: Leicester manager had coronavirus but now recovered

Brendan Rodgers has revealed that he had coronavirus shortly after the Premier League season was suspended.

29 May 17:17 Sky Sports 7729859608750534713.html
Brendan Rodgers says he was ‘really knocked’ by coronavirus

Leicester manager and his wife felt the effects of virus for three weeks before recovering

29 May 17:30 The Irish Times 8204772968109282956.html
Brendan Rodgers: Leicester manager confirms he had coronavirus but has recovered

The Premier League will now heave a sigh of relief after Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers disclosed he earlier contracted the dreaded coronavirus, but ful

29 May 18:19 Legit 3764253650622622878.html
Brendan Rodgers: Leicester City manager says he had coronavirus

Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers says he "had no strength" after contracting the coronavirus in March.

29 May 15:44 BBC Sport 3883826129169431774.html
Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers reveals he had coronavirus as ex-Swansea City, Liverpool and Celtic manager opens up on his suffering

Rodgers has spoken about the symptoms he experienced after testing positive for Covid-19

29 May 14:12 Wales Online 7686550515811451614.html
Leicester boss Rodgers says virus like 'walking up Kilimanjaro'

Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers said that being afflicted with the coronavirus was akin to climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.

29 May 21:50 Sport 682566035503364247.html
Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers reveals he had coronavirus

The Foxes manager, and his wife, fell ill at the end of March.

29 May 17:42 Sports Mole 7750663361582059860.html
Chief Minister KCR inaugurates Kondapochamma Sagar

29 May 00:00 10 articles

Chief Minister KCR inaugurates Kondapochamma Sagar

Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao has inaugurated the 15 TMC Kondapochamma Sagar reservoir by switching on pumps

29 May 00:00 Telangana Today 8182025566747682054.html
KCR commissions another component of Kaleshwaram, water flows into Kondapochamma Sagar

In a major boost to the agriculture sector in the dry tracts of Telangana, Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao today inaugurated the 15-TMC Kondapochamma Sagar reservoir in Siddipet district.He switch

29 May 09:09 BusinessLine 5283600940865816.html
KCR hints at ‘surprise’ package for farmers

Telangana CM inaugurates Kondapochammasagar, the 10th lift reservoir in the Kaleshwaram project

29 May 16:20 The Hindu 6679535024928753284.html
KCR hints at ‘surprise’ package for Telangana

CM inaugurates Kondapochammasagar, the 10th lift reservoir in the Kaleshwaram project

29 May 18:47 The Hindu 6679535024307667893.html
MEIL builds 15 pump houses in Kaleshwaram project

With inauguration of Markook pump house on Friday, 9 pump houses with total 3,767 MW capacity have been operationalised

29 May 17:06 The Hans India 817019415370780397.html
KCR dedicates Kondapochammasagar to Telangana people

Reservoir will serve over 2.85 lakh acres ayacut in nine Assembly constituencies

29 May 06:51 The Hindu 6679535024327496479.html
Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao inaugurates Konda Pochamma Sagar reservoir; project will irrigate 2.85 lakh acres land, provide drinking water to Hyderabad

Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Friday inaugurated the Konda Pochamma Sagar reservoir in Siddipet district, part of the state government's flagship Kaleswaram project across the Godavari river

29 May 14:33 Firstpost 4760741712741575588.html
‘Chandi Homam’ begins before release of Godavari water into Kondapochamma

With Vedic rituals beginning at the Kondapochama Temple during the wee hours of Friday, the countdown for releasing of Godavari water from Markook Pump House into Kondapochamma Sagar Reservoir has begun.

29 May 00:00 Telangana Today 8182025566898971373.html
Chief Minister KCR arrives at Kondapochamma, participates in Homam

Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao along with his wife arrived at the Kondapochamma temple at 7.45 am and took part

29 May 00:00 Telangana Today 8182025568075285545.html
Govt. notifies fee structure for PG medical and dental courses

Quota rule will be followed in admissions: regulatory panel chief

29 May 19:00 The Hindu 6679535024237946728.html
As 50 at AIIMS test positive for COVID-19 in 48 hours, doctors complain about poor quality of N95 masks, PPEs

29 May 05:19 8 articles

As 50 at AIIMS test positive for COVID-19 in 48 hours, doctors complain about poor quality of 'N95 masks, PPEs'

29 May 05:19 Free Press Journal 9080771788070234200.html
Covid-19: ‘Not worried about virus, but government apathy,’ say AIIMS healthcare workers

Over 206 healthcare workers have tested positive at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi.

29 May 15:21 Scroll.in 8669301692660271546.html
AIIMS reports 62 fresh COVID-19 cases in 3 days

‘205 staffers have tested positive for virus since March 15’

29 May 19:46 The Hindu 6679535025346953258.html
Not worried about coronavirus but govt apathy: AIIMS heathcare staff

All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi is witnessing more and more HCWs (health care workers) falling prey to the virus.At India's premier medical institute around 195 HCWs...

29 May 18:00 The Hans India 817019415025443052.html
COVID-19 infects 206 healthcare workers at AIIMS-Delhi

AIIMS is planning to restore limited OPD and non-emergency services in a phased manner for which the talks are on with all departments, said a doctor.

29 May 11:33 newsx.com 5974563062555788582.html
18 flyers who flew in last 3 days test positive for Covid-19, say airlines

India News: NEW DELHI: At least 18 flyers who flew on different domestic routes of two airlines in the last three days have tested positive for coronavirus, airli.

29 May 00:10 The Times of India 6060938664874161218.html
SAI officials test negative

Seven Sports Authority of India’s Bengaluru campus officials, who had come in contact with the cook who tested positive for the novel coronavirus early this month, have tested negative for the virus.

29 May 01:02 Deccan Herald 2027555797663143890.html
Assam rights panel issues notice on assault of doctor

Police had allegedly thrashed the doctor and two health workers for not wearing mask

29 May 19:34 The Hindu 6679535024912980709.html
How to have a socially distanced barbecue – expert’s view

29 May 12:37 2 articles

How to have a socially distanced barbecue – expert’s view

Behavioural neuroscientist Professor Patricia Riddell urged people to consider their guest list carefully.

29 May 12:37 Jersey Evening Post 6141642774529316376.html
How to have a socially distanced barbecue – expert’s view

Behavioural neuroscientist Professor Patricia Riddell urged people to consider their guest list carefully.

29 May 12:36 Express & Star 7324224459993912856.html
Rose Leslie to appear in The Show Must Go Online mental health fundraiser

29 May 13:17 2 articles

Rose Leslie to appear in The Show Must Go Online mental health fundraiser

The performances will be live-streamed on YouTube.

29 May 13:17 Shropshire Star 3480199991864181766.html
Rose Leslie to appear in The Show Must Go Online mental health fundraiser

The performances will be live-streamed on YouTube.

29 May 13:18 Express & Star 7324224459410359302.html
Australia cricket faces further cost-cutting despite improved outlook

29 May 12:47 2 articles

Australia cricket faces further cost-cutting despite improved outlook

Australian cricket faces another round of cost-cutting to shore up finances hit by the coronavirus shutdown and no part of the game will be immune, board chief Kevin Roberts said on Friday. Cricket

29 May 12:47 Deccan Herald 2027555796548250263.html
Australia faces further cost-cutting despite improved outlook

Australian cricket faces another round of cost-cutting to shore up finances hit by the coronavirus shutdown and no part of the game will be ...

29 May 15:50 CNA 5644198862855162120.html
Wildlife managers use pup fostering to boost wolf genetics

29 May 00:00 2 articles

Wildlife managers use pup fostering to boost wolf genetics

A record number of captive-born wolf pups has been placed into the wild as part of an effort by federal and state wildlife managers to boost the genetic diversity among Mexican gray wolves in the Sout

29 May 00:00 The Washington Times 8941836441467604328.html
Wildlife managers use pup fostering to boost wolf genetics

A record number of captive-born wolf pups has been placed into the wild as part of an effort by federal and state wildlife managers to boost the genetic diversity among Mexican gray wolves in the Southwestern ...

29 May 08:00 phys.org 3476726124326067362.html
Anesthesias effect on consciousness solved, settling century-old scientific debate

29 May 00:00 2 articles

Anesthesia's effect on consciousness solved, settling century-old scientific debate

How does general anesthesia cause loss of consciousness? Despite its 175-year-history of use by the U.S. medical system, science has been unable to definitively answer that question, until now. The lipid-based answer could open other brain mysteries.

29 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754801804894991.html
Anesthesia's effect on consciousness solved, settling century-old scientific debate

How does general anesthesia cause loss of consciousness? Despite its 175-year-history of use by the U.S. medical system, science has been unable to definitively answer that question, until now. The lipid-based answer could open other brain mysteries.

29 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232467884754186.html
NGO screens 20,000 in slums despite doctor, workers testing positive

29 May 00:30 2 articles

NGO screens 20,000 in slums despite doctor, workers testing positive

Three batches of healthcare workers from Niramay Seva Foundation are assisting the BMC in Andheri West and Versova

29 May 00:30 Mumbai Mirror 1209961192090821114.html
NGO screens 20,000 in slums despite doctor, workers testing positive

Three batches of healthcare workers from Niramay Seva Foundation are assisting the BMC in Andheri West and Versova

29 May 00:30 Mumbai Mirror 1209961193477152225.html
A Brief History of Workplace Design and Where it Might be Headed Next

29 May 04:00 2 articles

A Brief History of Workplace Design and Where it Might be Headed Next

How workplaces have evolved over the last 50 years and how they might evolve after COVID-19

29 May 04:00 ArchDaily 6219750955524538761.html
A Brief History of Workplace Design and Where it Might be Headed Next

How workplaces have evolved over the last 50 years and how they might evolve after COVID-19

29 May 04:00 ArchDaily 6219750954190748356.html
Missing man believed to be in Nanaimo: RCMP

29 May 13:18 2 articles

Missing man believed to be in Nanaimo: RCMP

Nanaimo RCMP are looking for 45-year-old Kevin Golze, who was reported missing Tuesday and is believed to be in Nanaimo. Based on information provided by the Bowen Island RCMP, there are concerns. . .

29 May 13:18 Times Colonist 7617512060371988634.html
Missing man believed to be Nanaimo: RCMP

Nanaimo RCMP are looking for 45-year-old Kevin Golze, who was reported missing Tuesday and is believed to be in Nanaimo. Based on information provided by the Bowen Island RCMP, there are concerns. . .

29 May 13:18 Times Colonist 7617512060578637272.html
What’s the risk of catching coronavirus from a surface?

29 May 14:14 3 articles

What’s the risk of catching coronavirus from a surface?

Fears about catching the coronavirus from contaminated surfaces have prompted many of us to spend the past few months wiping down groceries, leaving packages unopened and stressing about touching elevator buttons.

29 May 14:14 Bdnews24 8119004129499798244.html
What's the Risk of Catching Coronavirus From a Surface?

Fears about catching the coronavirus from contaminated surfaces have prompted many of us to spend the past few months wiping down groceries, leaving packages unopened and stressing about touching elevator buttons.But what's the real risk of catching COVID-19 from a germy surface or object?The question

29 May 12:12 Yahoo 7097669637713870161.html
What's the risk of catching coronavirus from a surface?

“Based on data from lab studies on Covid-19 and what we know about similar respiratory diseases, it may be possible that a person can get Covid-19 by

29 May 04:24 The Times of India 6060938663298488984.html
The Witcher Series passes major sales milestone, shipping over 50 million copies

29 May 10:30 2 articles

The Witcher Series passes major sales milestone, shipping over 50 million copies

You can’t keep a good witcher down, especially when they have an ultra successful Netflix series to help punt the games.

29 May 10:30 Critical Hit 8797780293539280233.html
經典改編,Netflix《日本沉沒2020》7月全球上線

湯淺導演最新作!

29 May 10:59 4Gamers 8782336199462471706.html
German virus ‘guru’ in crosshairs of lockdown critics

29 May 15:23 2 articles

German virus ‘guru’ in crosshairs of lockdown critics

BERLIN, May 29 — One of Germany’s top virologists has become a hate figure for conspiracy theorists and the anti-lockdown movement, leading to an ugly spat with the country’s top-selling newspaper and exposing a growing rift over scientists’ role in fighting the pandemic. Christian Drosten,...

29 May 15:23 Malaymail 302165934526620019.html
German virus 'guru' in crosshairs of lockdown critics

One of Germany's top virologists has become a hate figure for conspiracy theorists and the anti-lockdown movement, leading to an ugly spat with the country's top-selling newspaper and exposing a growing rift over scientists' role in fighting the pandem...

29 May 15:10 Digital Journal 4566489172594614298.html
New support line for patients during lockdown

29 May 05:00 2 articles

New support line for patients during lockdown

A West Midland healthcare company has redeployed some of its staff to operate a free telephone support lines for vulnerable people suffering from loneliness during the lockdown.

29 May 05:00 Shropshire Star 3480199991903186552.html
New support line for patients during lockdown

A West Midland healthcare company has redeployed some of its staff to operate a free telephone support lines for vulnerable people suffering from loneliness during the lockdown.

29 May 05:00 Express & Star 7324224459449364088.html
Burundi first lady hospitalised in Nairobi: government sources

29 May 14:28 2 articles

Burundi first lady hospitalised in Nairobi: government sources

Burundi's first lady was in hospital in Nairobi on Friday, after being flown in on a late-night medical flight, according to sources at the airport and in the presidency. First lady Denise Bucumi was flown out of Burundi on a Pilatus plane by the AMREF air ambulance service, according to a source

29 May 14:28 Yahoo 7097669638978904738.html
Burundi First Lady hospitalised in Nairobi

Nairobi, Kenya | AFP | Burundi’s first lady was in hospital in Nairobi on Friday, after being flown in on a late-night medical flight, according to sources at the airport and in the presidency. First lady Denise Bucumi was flown out of Burundi on a Pilatus plane by the AMREF air ambulance service, according to a source at the Melchior …

29 May 17:30 The Independent Uganda: 5099025989562266527.html
New research reveals Cannabis and Frankincense at the Judahite Shrine of Biblical Arad

29 May 07:41 5 articles

New research reveals Cannabis and Frankincense at the Judahite Shrine of Biblical Arad

Analysis of the material on two Iron Age altars discovered at the entrance to the "holy of holies" of a shrine at Tel Arad in the Beer-sheba Valley, Israel, were found to contain Cannabis and Frankincense, ...

29 May 07:41 phys.org 3476726123228774706.html
Chemical signatures of cannabis, frankincense found on Iron Age altars in Israel

May 29 (UPI) -- Two Iron Age altars found inside an ancient shrine in Israel once held cannabis and frankincense, according to chemical analysis of the artifacts.

29 May 14:33 UPI 8257973865616027426.html
Ancient cannabis and frankincense discovered at Biblical-era shrine in Israel

Two altars in an ancient shrine in Israel have been revealing their secrets.

29 May 20:30 Fox News 7362823821004143764.html
Israeli Scientists Find Traces of Cannabis and Frankincense on 2,700-Year-Old Altars

Israeli researchers have analyzed organic residues from two altars of the 8th century BC shrine at the Biblical fortress of Arad and found that one of them contained frankincense that was mixed with animal fat for evaporation; on the other altar, cannabis substance was mixed with animal dung to enable its mild heating.

29 May 00:00 Sci News 2819513025448048.html
Cannabis And Frankincense Discovered At Ancient "Holy Of Holies" Altar

Resting atop two limestone altars located at the entrance of Israel’s “holy of holies” shrine are the black residual remains of cannabis and frankincense,

29 May 00:01 IFLScience 242791750113305048.html
Shropshire Star comment: Ethical dilemma facing public

29 May 10:24 2 articles

Shropshire Star comment: Ethical dilemma facing public

Those seeking to find an effective vaccine which could lift us out of the coronavirus nightmare face an ethical dilemma which goes back to the very dawn of vaccination.

29 May 10:24 Shropshire Star 3480199991947273987.html
Express & Star comment: Ethical dilemma facing public

Those seeking to find an effective vaccine which could lift us out of the coronavirus nightmare face an ethical dilemma which goes back to the very dawn of vaccination.

29 May 10:21 Express & Star 7324224459201970504.html
Existing Mechanisms Being Used To Resolve Ladakh Standoff: India To US

29 May 20:43 2 articles

Existing Mechanisms Being Used To Resolve Ladakh Standoff: India To US

India on Friday conveyed to the US that it was eyeing to resolve the military standoff with China in eastern Ladakh through existing bilateral mechanisms, sending a clear message to Washington for the second consecutive day that President Donald Trump's offer to mediate on the border row was not acceptable to it.

29 May 20:43 NDTV.com 5090057681028355126.html
We'll deal Ladakh standoff with China: India to US

India on Friday conveyed to the US that it was eyeing to resolve the military standoff with China in eastern Ladakh through existing bilateral mechanisms, sending a clear message to Washington for the...

29 May 18:55 The Hans India 817019415164876554.html
德國 230 奈米 UV LED 進入測試階段,世界首款 UV 透明口罩問世

29 May 05:38 1 article

德國 230 奈米 UV LED 進入測試階段,世界首款 UV 透明口罩問世

UV LED 產品研發領域又宣告新突破進展。其一是德國研究所和柏林工業大學研發不會傷害人體肌膚的遠紫外線 LED,目前已在醫療單位測試;其二是美國廠商 Redcliffe Medical 開發出透明 UV 口罩,可持續使用長達一個月。 德國遠紫外線 UVC LED 醫療單位測試中 德國研...

29 May 05:38 TechNews 科技新報 8801875132187716215.html
Coronavirus | ICMR-NIN to take up rapid survey for COVID-19 in twin cities hotspots

29 May 12:17 3 articles

Coronavirus | ICMR-NIN to take up rapid survey for COVID-19 in twin cities hotspots

The NIN director said this programme is being taken up in five containment zones or hotspot clusters selected randomly.

29 May 12:17 The Hindu 6679535025299451308.html
ICMR-NIN to conduct rapid Covid survey in Hyderabad

The National Institute of Nutrition (NIN) in collaboration with the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) will conduct a rapid survey

29 May 00:00 Telangana Today 8182025566545651752.html
ICMR-NIN to study community transmission tendencies in city

Rapid survey will be done in five containment areas from today: NIN director

29 May 18:31 The Hindu 6679535024483383218.html
A rising tide of marine disease? How parasites respond to a warming world

29 May 00:00 3 articles

A rising tide of marine disease? How parasites respond to a warming world

A recent study explores the ways parasitism will respond to climate change, providing researchers new insights into disease transmission.

29 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754802672745406.html
A rising tide of marine disease? How parasites respond to a warming world

A recent study from the University of Washington explores the ways parasitism will respond to climate change, providing researchers new insights into disease transmission. The paper was published May 18 in the journal Trends in Ecology and Evolution.

29 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232468845492713.html
A rising tide of marine disease? How parasites respond to a warming world

Warming events are increasing in magnitude and severity, threatening many ecosystems worldwide. As the global temperatures continue to climb, it also raises uncertainties as to the relationship, prevalence, ...

29 May 19:51 phys.org 3476726123603764471.html
People with serious ailments, pregnant women must avoid travelling on Shramik Special trains: Piyush Goyal

29 May 07:56 5 articles

People with serious ailments, pregnant women must avoid travelling on Shramik Special trains: Piyush Goyal

Recent cases of deaths on trains were due to pre-existing medical conditions, says the Railways Minister

29 May 07:56 The Hindu 6679535025550377093.html
After multiple deaths on Shramik trains, Railways asks people with co-morbidities to avoid commute

After deaths of migrant labourers were reported on the special Shramik trains over the past few days, the Ministry of Railways on Friday issued an advisory asking people with co-morbidities to avoid travelling through the trains, unless necessary.

29 May 05:44 Mumbai Mirror 1209961191925159754.html
Ailing people, kids, pregnant women should avoid travel: Railway

India News: NEW DELHI: The railway ministry on Friday appealed to people with pre-existing medical conditions, pregnant women, children below 10 years and those a.

29 May 23:26 The Times of India 6060938663528425718.html
Top news of the day: India’s coronavirus death toll overtakes China's; those with serious ailments, pregnant women told to avoid Shramik Specials, and more

The major news headlines of the day, and more.

29 May 14:35 The Hindu 6679535025386480029.html
Railways asks people with health conditions to avoid Shramik trains

Railways asks people with health conditions to avoid Shramik trains. At least nine passengers were reported dead on May 27 over a span of 48 hours on board the migrant trains, with the railways stating that all of them had health conditions.

29 May 00:00 Rediff 3466372384148617495.html
ESPRESSO confirms the presence of an Earth around the nearest star

29 May 00:00 4 articles

ESPRESSO confirms the presence of an Earth around the nearest star

The existence of a planet the size of Earth around the closest star in the solar system, Proxima Centauri, has been confirmed by an international team of scientists including researchers from the University of Geneva (UNIGE). The results, which you can read all about in the journal Astronomy and Astrophysics, reveal that the planet in question, Proxima b, has a mass of 1.17 earth masses and is located in the habitable zone of its star, which it orbits in 11.2 days.

29 May 00:00 SpaceDaily 2879240068270017552.html
Astronomers Confirm The Earth-Sized Planet at Proxima Centauri Is Definitely There

Using state-of-the-art astronomical instruments, an international team of researchers has confirmed the existence of Proxima b, an Earth-like planet that's orbiting the closest star to our Solar System, Proxima Centauri.

29 May 00:00 ScienceAlert 8369231564746854171.html
There is 'an Earth' around our nearest star, scientists confirm

A planet the size of Earth has been confirmed around the closest star in our solar system, Proxima Centauri, by an international team of scientists. The planet, called ‘Proxima b’, has a mass of 1.17

29 May 06:34 The Independent 2511519171856819746.html
Astronomers predict bombardment from asteroids and comets in other planetary system

The planetary system around star HR8799 is remarkably similar to our solar system. It has four gas giants in between two asteroid belts. A research team led by RuG and SRON used this similarity to model ...

29 May 13:20 phys.org 3476726124038965601.html
Lifting the lockdown will help tackle the Covid crisis better

29 May 10:14 2 articles

Lifting the lockdown will help tackle the Covid crisis better

It will allow Covid cases to be reported, identified, isolated and treated better. Also, patients with other ailments will get more attention

29 May 10:14 BusinessLine 5283601150076376.html
മുംബൈയില്‍ മലയാളി പ്രധാന അധ്യാപകന്‍ കൊവിഡ് ബാധിച്ച് മരിച്ചു

covid 19; malayalee tacher died in mumbai

29 May 10:51 Mangalam 4110864580952278382.html
People more likely to accept nudges if they know how they work and how effective they are

29 May 04:00 2 articles

People more likely to accept nudges if they know how they work and how effective they are

The more people know about when and why behavioural interventions are being used and their effectiveness, the more likely they are to accept their use to change their behaviour.

29 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232467979455808.html
People more likely to accept nudges if they know how they work and how effective they are

The more people know about when and why behavioral interventions are being used and their effectiveness, the more likely they are to accept their use to change their behavior, according to recent research ...

29 May 16:20 phys.org 3476726123040063535.html
Solar probe to pass through comets tail for bonus science

29 May 08:20 3 articles

Solar probe to pass through comet's tail for 'bonus science'

The European Space Agency says its Solar Orbiter will unexpectedly pass through the tail of a comet in the coming days.

29 May 08:20 WVLT 4089046910063503975.html
Solar probe to pass through comet's tail for 'bonus science'

The European Space Agency said Friday that its Solar Orbiter probe will pass through the tail of a comet in the coming days and scientists plan to switch on its instruments early to conduct some 'bonus science.'

29 May 14:47 CTVNews 2422791597442690851.html
Solar Orbiter to pass through the tails of Comet ATLAS

ESA's Solar Orbiter will cross through the tails of Comet ATLAS during the next few days. Although the recently launched spacecraft was not due to be taking science data at this time, mission experts ...

29 May 14:15 phys.org 3476726123692252169.html
Japan air force pilots fly over Tokyo to salute medical workers

29 May 15:51 3 articles

Japan air force pilots fly over Tokyo to salute medical workers

TOKYO (Reuters) - The Japanese air force’s aerobatic demonstration squadron, Blue Impulse, flew over central Tokyo on Friday in a salute to medical workers on the frontline against the coronavirus pandemic.

29 May 15:51 Reuters 8334514180355720825.html
Blue Impulse jets fly over Tokyo to salute medical workers

The Japan Air Self Defense Force's aerobatic demonstration squadron, Blue Impulse, flew over central Tokyo on Friday in a salute to medical workers on the frontline against the coronavirus pandemic. As a team of six T-4 training jets streaked across a clear blue sky shortly after noon, doctors and nurses…

29 May 07:06 Japan Today 8582716286257845998.html
Blue Impulse flies over Tokyo to thank medical staff in coronavirus battle

During a roughly 20-minute show, the jets circled the capital's downtown areas twice, tracing a figure eight.

29 May 07:45 The Japan Times 6673764367039918548.html
Alnylams NDA Accepted, And Other News: The Good, Bad And Ugly Of Biopharma

29 May 04:50 3 articles

Alnylam's NDA Accepted, And Other News: The Good, Bad And Ugly Of Biopharma

Alnylam's Lumasiran NDA has been accepted. Argenx reports positive data from Efgartigimod trial. Co-Diagnostics discusses its coronavirus test kit.

29 May 04:50 Seeking Alpha 5725634556320725042.html
TransMedics Reports Positive Data, And Other News: The Good, Bad And Ugly Of Biopharma

TransMedics reports positive data from the PROTECT Trial. Cerecor discusses COVID-19. Sorrento plans phase 1 trial.

29 May 23:16 Seeking Alpha 5725634557947277541.html
Aurinia Files NDA, And Other News: The Good, Bad And Ugly Of Biopharma

Aurinia filed an NDA for voclosporin. The FDA accepts a refiled application from Kala Pharma. Syndax reports disappointing results.

29 May 02:52 Seeking Alpha 5725634556032686595.html
Pharma chiefs say coronavirus vaccine could be ready this year, but challenges daunting

29 May 00:05 3 articles

Pharma chiefs say coronavirus vaccine could be ready this year, but challenges 'daunting'

Pharmaceutical company executives say one or several COVID-19 vaccines could begin rolling out before 2021, but warned the challenges would be 'daunting' as it was estimated that 15 billion doses would be needed to halt the pandemic.

29 May 00:05 Coronavirus 2422791597368064751.html
Pharma chiefs see coronavirus vaccine by year-end, but challenges 'daunting'

LONDON, May 29 — Pharmaceutical company executives said yesterday that one or several Covid-19 vaccines could begin rolling out before 2021, but warned the challenges would be “daunting” as it was estimated that 15 billion doses would be needed to halt the pandemic. Well over 100 labs around...

29 May 01:31 Malaymail 302165935007550157.html
Coronavirus: Tebas wants 2020-21 to start on September 12 as LaLiga chief warns of €700m losses

LaLiga president Javier Tebas wants the 2020-21 season to start on September 12 and has warned clubs...

29 May 00:00 SportsMax 4584028976449633787.html
Fish kill in Kommaghatta lake again

29 May 14:11 2 articles

Fish kill in Kommaghatta lake again

Residents have made several requests to civic agencies to clean or rejuvenate the lake

29 May 14:11 The Hindu 6679535025027359598.html
ഉത്തര്‍പ്രദേശിലെത്തിയ ട്രെയിന്റെ ശുചിമുറിയില്‍ കുടിയേറ്റ തൊഴിലാളിയുടെ മൃതദേഹം; ദിവസങ്ങളുടെ പഴക്കം

Migrant Worker's Body Found In Train Toilet

29 May 14:13 Mangalam 4110864580707885282.html
Two cured in Kozhikode, one more tests positive

29 May 18:43 4 articles

Two cured in Kozhikode, one more tests positive

Two persons from Kozhikode district, who had been undergoing treatment for COVID-19 at the Government General Hospital, Kannur, were cured of the infection on Friday, while one more was tested positiv

29 May 18:43 The Hindu 6679535025486114222.html
One death in Alappuzha

3 from Gulf test positive

29 May 18:34 The Hindu 6679535024865681158.html
7 in Kannur, 4 in Kasaragod test positive

The arrival of expatriates from other States has led to the spiralling of COVID-19 cases in Kannur. On Friday, seven more persons tested positive for SARS-CoV-2. According to District Collector T.V. S

29 May 19:01 The Hindu 6679535025739258013.html
88-year-old Qatari man cured of COVID-19; family hails the care given at HMGH

An 88-year-old Qatari man, believed to be the oldest patient to recover from COVID-19 in Qatar, has been discharged from hospital, earlier this week. He has spent 11 days at Hamad Medical Corporation’s (HMC) Hazm Mebaireek General Hospital (HMGH) and discharged after recovering.

29 May 10:31 The Peninsula 1202843881972570533.html
COVID 19 | Bengal Minister Sujit Bose, wife, domestic help test positive

29 May 06:10 3 articles

COVID 19 | Bengal Minister Sujit Bose, wife, domestic help test positive

All three have been kept under home quarantine

29 May 06:10 The Hindu 6679535024249069397.html
Bengal Minister Sujit Bose tested Corona Positive -

West Bengal’s Fire and Emergency Services Minister Sujit Bose has been found infected with Novel Coranavirus on Friday. “I am

29 May 13:50 News Hunt Media 8859517517972159863.html
Bengal minister, wife test Covid positive, in home isolation

A domestic help at Sujit Bose’s residence was diagnosed with the disease, according to a PTI report, following which samples of Bose and his family members were sent for examination.

29 May 22:51 The Indian Express 2885715104560691838.html
Tributes pour in for late Shahine Robinson

29 May 19:12 3 articles

Tributes pour in for late Shahine Robinson

Tributes are pouring in for late Labour and Social Security Minister Shahine Robinson who died today. Robinson passed away after ailing with cancer for some time. READ: Labour and Social Security Minister Shahine Robinson has died...

29 May 19:12 The Gleaner 1215260528572011613.html
Labour and Social Security Minister Shahine Robinson has died

Labour and Social Security Minister Shahine Robinson has died after ailing with cancer for some time.

29 May 17:57 The Gleaner 1215260530330461003.html
Minister Shahine Robinson fighting cancer

MINISTER of Labour and Social Security Shahine Robinson is seriously ill, a Jamaica Obser...

29 May 00:00 Jamaica Observer 5357348614695654757.html
How Are You Co-Creating The “New Normal” In Your Workplace?

29 May 00:00 3 articles

How Are You Co-Creating The “New Normal” In Your Workplace?

With only 21.6% of workers feeling positive about returning to the workplaces post COVID-19 how you can help people feel more engaged, energized and productive?

29 May 00:00 Psychology Today 5895805837619807554.html
How Are You Co-Creating The “New Normal” In Your Workplace?

4 Questions To Guide You

29 May 00:00 Thrive Global 4395312877270505821.html
Empaths, Listen Up: 7 Ways To Make Your Home Feel Calm Amid The Chaos

Remember: You can retreat and recover in almost any space.

29 May 10:32 mindbodygreen 5822886643177218965.html
A study explains why coffee is good for digestive disorders

29 May 17:50 3 articles

A study explains why coffee is good for digestive disorders

Dietary fibre and polyohenols found in coffee can support the health growth of microflora populations.

29 May 17:50 The Indian Express 2885715104369762302.html
Here’s how coffee is good for your digestion

A new report reviews the latest research into coffee's effect on digestion, and indicates a potential protective effect against gallstones

29 May 00:00 Telangana Today 8182025566513152987.html
Drink Coffee to Cut Risk of Digestive Disorders Like Gallstone

Read on to know how coffee helps in reducing risk of developing digestive disorders.

29 May 16:47 India News, Breaking News, Entertainment News | India.com 7150386083258426333.html
Jets Blasted To 80% The Speed Of Light From A Black Hole Caught On Film

29 May 21:34 3 articles

Jets Blasted To 80% The Speed Of Light From A Black Hole Caught On Film

Jets blasted outwards from a stellar-mass black hole at 80 percent the speed of light have been caught on film by NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory. MAXI J1

29 May 21:34 IFLScience 242791748188778529.html
Astronomers share video of black hole outburst

May 29 (UPI) -- Scientists with NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory released a new video Friday showing a pair of jets exploding from a black hole located 10,000 light-years from Earth. Chandra recorded the jets approaching speeds of nearly 80 percent the speed of light.

29 May 17:42 UPI 8257973865726029140.html
MAXI J1820+070: Black hole outburst caught on video

Astronomers have caught a black hole hurling hot material into space at close to the speed of light. This flare-up was captured in a new movie from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory.

29 May 13:29 phys.org 3476726124677214515.html
In a technology-reliant time, researcher studies why people with disabilities are less likely to use technology

29 May 11:36 4 articles

In a technology-reliant time, researcher studies why people with disabilities are less likely to use technology

In a time when people are self-isolating due to COVID-19 restrictions, technology allows people to work from home through Zoom and to chat with friends and family through social media. This is not so ...

29 May 11:36 phys.org 3476726124631812841.html
Doctor's Note: Does a high viral load make coronavirus worse?

According to a study from the Royal College of Physicians in the United Kingdom, one-fifth of hospital doctors are off work sick or in quarantine due to COVID-19.

29 May 11:01 Aljazeera 6642629762076276774.html
Carmageddon awaits unless work from home continues

With social distancing likely to be the norm over the next two years, the notion of sardine-packing residents into trains, buses and trams is obviously no longer viable if Australia is to contain outbreaks of COVID-19.

29 May 05:00 MacroBusiness 6890797929883751112.html
Op-ed: Covid-19 and patient safety

Sosena Kebede, MD, MPH “The physician must … have two special objects in view with regard to disease, namely, to do good or to do no harm” (Adopted from Hippocratic corpus- a collection of medical works associated with Hippocrates and his teaching) Addis Abeba, May 29/2020 – This simple statement that describes ...

29 May 18:00 Addis Standard 929763681385775973.html
Kottayam reports its first COVID-19 death

29 May 18:34 2 articles

Kottayam reports its first COVID-19 death

The 65-year-old man arrived from Dubai on May 11

29 May 18:34 The Hindu 6679535026224342211.html
One more COVID-19 death in Kottayam; Kerala’s toll climbs to 8

The deceased is a Thiruvalla native who was employed in Sharjah.

29 May 03:49 The Hindu 6679535026041375490.html
Using brain imaging to demonstrate weaker neural suppression for those with autism

29 May 00:00 2 articles

Using brain imaging to demonstrate weaker neural suppression for those with autism

A new study shows the differences in visual motion perception in autism spectrum disorder are accompanied by weaker neural suppression in the visual cortex of the brain.

29 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754802424305419.html
Using brain imaging to demonstrate weaker neural suppression for those with autism

A University of Minnesota Medical School researcher recently published an article in Nature Communications that shows the differences in visual motion perception in autism spectrum disorder are accompanied by weaker neural suppression in the visual cortex of the brain.

29 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232468736311457.html
How comorbidities affect SARS-CoV-2 viral entry

29 May 03:28 5 articles

How comorbidities affect SARS-CoV-2 viral entry

Almost from the start of the current COVID-19 pandemic, it has become clear that individuals suffering from other medical conditions like diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and lung disease are far more likely to contract the infection and to have a poorer outcome.

29 May 03:28 News-Medical.net 4522523030311931638.html
Researchers review all clinical and research findings related to COVID-19

Due to the devastating worldwide impact of COVID-19, the illness caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, there has been unprecedented efforts by clinicians and researchers from around the world to quickly develop safe and effective treatments and vaccines.

29 May 14:12 News-Medical.net 4522523030653847744.html
A ‘Dementia Gene’ Doubles Your Risk Of Severe COVID-19

Medical researchers have found that people who carry a genetic variant associated with dementia are twice as likely to suffer from coronavirus.

29 May 00:00 Forbes 6028587530472135727.html
Coronavirus claims the lives of five more doctors

Two doctors from Lahore and one from Gujranwala, Peshawar and Faisalabad each have lost their lives

29 May 19:04 Dunya News 5863268918602975167.html
Lovi and Zanjjoe lose and find each other in ‘Malaya’

Lovi Poe and Zanjoe Marudo grapple with the choice to abandon or realize a once-in-a-lifetime love in the movie Malaya, another dreamy romance from Glorious director Concepcion Macatuno, now streaming on iWant and TFC.tv.

29 May 19:40 manilastandard.net 4715274784777332886.html
Targeted therapy tepotinib for non-small cell lung cancer with MET exon 14 skipping mutation shows durable response

29 May 04:00 3 articles

Targeted therapy tepotinib for non-small cell lung cancer with MET exon 14 skipping mutation shows durable response

Patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) and the MET exon 14 (METex14) skipping mutation had a 46.5% objective response rate to the targeted therapy drug tepotinib, as shown in a study published today in the New England Journal of Medicine and presented at the 2020 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting ASCO20 Virtual Meeting (Abstract 9556 - Poster 322) by researchers from The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.

29 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232467959969365.html
Targeted therapy pralsetinib achieves high response rates in advanced cancers with RET gene fusions

The targeted therapy pralsetinib appears to have high response rates and durable activity in patients with a broad variety of tumors harboring RET gene fusions, according to results from the international Phase I/II ARROW trial, led by researchers at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.

29 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232467702637343.html
Research finds delayed treatment for ischemic stroke patients during COVID-19 pandemic

New research published today in the Journal of NeuroInterventional Surgery shows ischemic stroke patients are arriving to hospitals and treatment centers an average of 160 minutes later during the COVID-19 pandemic, as compared with a similar timeframe in 2019.

29 May 02:24 News-Medical.net 4522523030971077969.html
Less worry may mean more COVID-19 risk for older men

29 May 18:47 2 articles

Less worry may mean more COVID-19 risk for older men

Older men may be at higher risk of getting COVID-19 because they worry less than older women or young people about infection or death from the disease.

29 May 18:47 Futurity 5051862824747896353.html
Pandemic Voting

The League of Women Voters sued Alabama in Montgomery County Court for better access to mail-in voting during the Covid-19 pandemic.

29 May 13:57 Courthouse News Service 1799505148859215642.html
Researchers find mathematical structure in biological complexity

29 May 14:02 2 articles

Researchers find mathematical structure in biological complexity

What is and is not possible for natural evolution may be explained using models and calculations from theoretical physics, say researchers in Japan.

29 May 14:02 phys.org 3476726124423416284.html
Limits on evolution revealed by statistical physics

What is and is not possible for natural evolution may be explained using models and calculations from theoretical physics, say researchers in Japan. To explain this the limits of evolution, researchers simplified the natural world to fit idealized physics models and searched for any mathematical structure within biological complexity.

29 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232467802797091.html
Researchers create active material out of microscopic spinning particles

29 May 13:31 2 articles

Researchers create active material out of microscopic spinning particles

At the atomic level, a glass of water and a spoonful of crystalline salt couldn't look more different. Water atoms move around freely and randomly, while salt crystals are locked in place in a lattice. ...

29 May 13:31 phys.org 3476726122915966895.html
Active material created out of microscopic spinning particles

Researchers have created a new kind of self-healing active material out of 'microspinners,' which self-assemble under a magnetic field to form a lattice.

29 May 00:00 ScienceDaily 600754803011329178.html
Coronavirus numbers explained: Delhi has maximum caseload after Mumbai

29 May 09:50 3 articles

Coronavirus numbers explained: Delhi has maximum caseload after Mumbai

India Coronavirus (Covid-19) Cases Numbers: Despite the big rise in Delhi on two consecutive days, the growth rate in the city is still below the national average right now. The current growth rate (seven day compounded daily growth) in Delhi is 4.89 while the national growth rate is 5.02 per cent.

29 May 09:50 The Indian Express 2885715105589966083.html
COVID-19 recovery rate in Navi Mumbai improves

29 May 01:29 Free Press Journal 9080771787144025282.html
Delhi: Cases up over past 10 days, so is positivity rate

The city's overall positivity rate is 8.7% with the authorities having carried out 1,99,626 tests until May 29, out of which 17,386 were found positive.

29 May 20:55 The Indian Express 2885715105654032907.html
School dormitories to be used as isolation/treatment centres

29 May 03:39 3 articles

School dormitories to be used as isolation/treatment centres

The Federal Government on Thursday hinted that hotels and schools will be considered for use as isolation and treatment centres for COVID-19 patient ...

29 May 03:39 Latest Nigeria News, Nigerian Newspapers, Politics 2658445900875208787.html
Fed Govt to appoint CSO to monitor recovered $311.79m Abacha loot

The Federal Government  on Thursday began the process of appointing a civil society’s representative into a committee that will monitor ...

29 May 06:11 Latest Nigeria News, Nigerian Newspapers, Politics 2658445900051848713.html
Fed Govt: many Nigerians dying of common ailments

Many Nigerians are dying of common ailments because hospitals refuse to attend to people as a result of COVID-19 fear, the government lamented ..

29 May 03:28 Latest Nigeria News, Nigerian Newspapers, Politics 2658445900232020572.html
Glimmer in Covid surge: Less than 5% of all patients require critical care

29 May 02:23 3 articles

Glimmer in Covid surge: Less than 5% of all patients require critical care

Of the total 83,004 active cases on May 27, less than 3500 needed any kind of intervention -- oxygen therapy, ICU or ventilators.

29 May 02:23 The Indian Express 2885715103918767338.html
1,018 patients discharged as MOH tweaks criteria; 373 cases yesterday

A total of 1,018 Covid-19 patients were discharged yesterday, after the Ministry of Health (MOH) announced a change in its discharge criteria. All patients assessed to be clinically well and no longer infectious by day 21 of their illness will be sent home without having to...

29 May 06:00 thenewpaper 2217039562176512196.html
In battle against COVID-19, India faces new challenges

In battle against COVID-19, India faces new challenges. The pandemic is set to become even more challenging, with migrant workers returning home, relaxations in lockdown rules, and the approaching monsoon. However, states are looking at community participation to ramp up testing and home treatment of patients

29 May 00:00 Rediff 3466372383928515080.html
Film production and exhibition will dramatically change post Covid: Mani Ratnam

29 May 09:32 3 articles

Film production and exhibition will dramatically change post Covid: Mani Ratnam

Ace film maker Mani Ratnam on Thursday said that the film production and exhibition business will see a dramatic change in the post-Covid world.“The film industry has witnessed changes in earlier days

29 May 09:32 BusinessLine 5283600309642718.html
Stars will have to reduce their price: Mani Ratnam on films and filmmaking in a post-COVID world

In a webinar session, the veteran filmmaker spoke about the various challenges posed by the pandemic with regard to the craft of filmmaking

29 May 10:37 The Hindu 6679535026174708507.html
Hollie Fowler's multiple sclerosis diagnosis changed her life in more ways than one

Saturday is World Multiple Sclerosis Day to raise awareness of the incurable disease and spread the message of the need for self care

29 May 08:00 The Courier 3604583736195582318.html
Irrawaddy Dolphin population triples in Odisha’s Chilika Lake! Here’s IIT Madras’ dredging methodology brought Dolphins back

29 May 15:32 2 articles

Irrawaddy Dolphin population triples in Odisha’s Chilika Lake! Here’s IIT Madras’ dredging methodology brought Dolphins back

The searchers conducted geotechnical, hydraulic and satellite imagery studies and developed a dredging methodology with minimum impact on the lake ecosystem.

29 May 15:32 The Financial Express 1288289581119213171.html
IIT Project Helps Increase Dolphin Population In Odisha's Chilika Lake

A research project by the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras has helped Odisha's Chilika lake, Asia's largest brackish water body, in tripling the population of the Irrawaddy dolphins.

29 May 08:35 NDTV.com 5090057681815601214.html
Taking a deep look into animals

29 May 18:00 2 articles

Taking a deep look into animals

Advances in neuroscience research and microscopy: a collaborative project driven by researchers of the Max Perutz Labs Vienna, a joint venture of the University of Vienna and the Medical University of ...

29 May 18:00 phys.org 3476726123030367745.html
Taking a deep look into animals

Advances in neuroscience research and microscopy: a new technique makes it possible to clear a wide variety of different animals, making them transparent and allowing researchers to look deep into their organs and nervous systems.

29 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232469012704492.html
Number Of Discharged Covid-19 Patients Surpasses Active Cases In Madhya Pradesh’s Indore

29 May 13:10 3 articles

Number Of Discharged Covid-19 Patients Surpasses Active Cases In Madhya Pradesh’s Indore

On Thursday, as many as 117 patients were discharged from three hospitals in Indore after recovering from Covid-19.

29 May 13:10 Swarajya 4977622829587405935.html
Challenge to plasma therapy: Getting donors to come forward

According to sources, over 440 people were contacted by the Delhi government to donate plasma, out of which around 15 agreed. As many as 7,264 people have recovered/migrated/been discharged from hospitals as of May 27.

29 May 20:51 The Indian Express 2885715105228924780.html
18 new Covid containment zones in G’gram

The number of containment zones in the district has increased to 63 from 45 on Thursday with new additions in the Gurugram district. The district administration added 18 areas in the district to the revised list of containment zones, while Dev Jewellery Shop, Ashok Vihar, Nandi Dham, Chhotu Ram

29 May 00:00 The Pioneer 1146783232722146415.html
Antigen tests for COVID-19 are fast and easy – and could solve the coronavirus testing problem despite being somewhat inaccurate

29 May 12:29 3 articles

Antigen tests for COVID-19 are fast and easy – and could solve the coronavirus testing problem despite being somewhat inaccurate

An antigen test was given emergency use authorization by the FDA in early May. A biochemist explains how COVID-19 antigen tests work.

29 May 12:29 The Conversation 6012421227454706680.html
State could see $16 million in coronavirus costs through September, panel told

Health insurance claims for 47,000 state employees stemming from COVID-19 illness could cost the state more than $16 million through September depending on how extensively stay-at-home guidance and...

29 May 01:17 Las Vegas Review-Journal 8640648836137862166.html
Experts issue new guidance to improve stroke care amid COVID-19

Top stroke experts have issued new guidance to ensure stroke patients receive safe, timely care while preventing the transmission of COVID-19.

29 May 00:04 News-Medical.net 4522523031376933426.html
Why WHO suspended chloroquine clinical trial for COVID-19 treatment

29 May 18:16 3 articles

Why WHO suspended chloroquine clinical trial for COVID-19 treatment

Dozens of scientists have raised concerns over a large-scale study of hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine published in the Lancet.

29 May 18:16 Vanguard News 4125100340608724667.html
Coronapod: The divisive hydroxychloroquine study that's triggering mass confusion

Hear the latest science from the coronavirus pandemic

29 May 00:00 Nature 7937820126446065074.html
Safety fears over drug hyped to treat the coronavirus spark global confusion

A study that suggested using hydroxychloroquine — a malaria drug — to treat people with COVID-19 could be dangerous has slowed clinical trials, but the study itself has also been questioned.

29 May 00:00 Nature 7937820127508951402.html
Six more coronavirus-related deaths and 29 cases announced

29 May 18:05 2 articles

Six more coronavirus-related deaths and 29 cases announced

Six more coronavirus patients have died in Ireland taking the death toll to 1,645.A further 29 c...

29 May 18:05 Newstalk 7635722258303114112.html
Covid-19: Six deaths reported as people urged to maintain distance over long weekend

Dr Tony Holohan, Chief Medical Officer, said that figures are encouraging as Ireland approaches the end of the first phase.

29 May 17:04 Irishexaminer 8196011178797366555.html
₹300-cr. rural rejuvenation scheme launched

29 May 18:42 2 articles

₹300-cr. rural rejuvenation scheme launched

COVID-19 Assistance Package is part of a World Bank- assisted project

29 May 18:42 The Hindu 6679535025292258190.html
Special scheme to help rural industrial units in Tamil Nadu launched

The scheme, which is part of the State Rural Transformation Project, would cover about 1.39 lakh beneficiaries of whom 31,952 would get a long-term loan of Rs 159.76 crore.

29 May 00:00 Moneycontrol 1603024965095580717.html
Distance from Brightest Stars Is Key to Preserving Primordial Discs

29 May 00:00 2 articles

Distance from Brightest Stars Is Key to Preserving Primordial Discs

The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope was used to conduct a three-year study of the crowded, massive and young star cluster Westerlund 2. The research found that the material encircling stars near the cluster's centre is mysteriously devoid of the large, dense clouds of dust that would be expected to become planets in a few million years.

29 May 00:00 SpaceDaily 2879240067668200375.html
Westerlund 2’s Core is No Place to Form Planets, Astronomers Say

Astronomers using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope have observed young stars in a crowded stellar cluster called Westerlund 2. They’ve found that lower-

29 May 00:00 Sci News 2819514155815722.html
Zynn is a TikTok clone that climbed the App Store ranks by paying users to watch videos

29 May 21:36 2 articles

Zynn is a TikTok clone that climbed the App Store ranks by paying users to watch videos

Zynn is a TikTok clone from a major competitor out of China, which pays users to watch videos, and has climbed in popularity in the App Store.

29 May 21:36 iDownloadBlog.com 3326243716484130058.html
A new TikTok clone hit the top of the App Store by paying users to watch videos

That’s one way to get users...

29 May 21:05 The Verge 1337119304847269909.html
Camila Cabello Detailed Her Battle With OCD and Anxiety: ;I Was Embarrassed and Ashamed;

29 May 14:55 2 articles

Camila Cabello Detailed Her Battle With OCD and Anxiety: "I Was Embarrassed and Ashamed"

In an essay for WSJ Magazine, Camila Cabello opened up about her struggles with obsessive-compulsive disorder and anxiety.

29 May 14:55 POPSUGAR Fitness 1694745614935112095.html
Camila Cabello Opens Up About Mental Health Struggles: 'There Was Something Hurting Inside Me'

Camila Cabello shares her struggle with mental health issues in a candid first-person essay in the Wall Street Journal magazine for Mental Health Month in which she says her anxiety got so bad at one point that "it made me feel like my mind was playing a cruel trick on me." The 23-year-old singer describes how just looking at her Insta feed over the past few months you might see her working in the studio, wearing a "bomb-dot-com" outfit before hitting the stage or cuddling with her dog, Eugene, on the couch.

29 May 00:00 Billboard 3719329425406994902.html
Pixel Buds 2 users report audio cutouts especially when outdoors

29 May 20:40 2 articles

Pixel Buds 2 users report audio cutouts especially when outdoors

Users report that they have been experiencing connectivity issues with Pixel Buds 2. The issues, which have been reported since earbuds first started shipping, haven't been fixed by firmware updates.

29 May 20:40 Neowin 8633418615144017571.html
Pixel Buds: Growing number of users report audio cutouts w/ Google’s earbuds

Quite a few users of Google's Pixel Buds have been reporting issues lately with audio cutouts, especially when they're using them outside.

29 May 17:32 9to5Google 6197440881430795344.html
How to recover your TikTok account within 30 days of deleting it

29 May 03:02 2 articles

How to recover your TikTok account within 30 days of deleting it

You can easily recover your TikTok account if it was deleted in the past 30 days. Here's how to do it.

29 May 03:02 Business Insider Nederland 7680839748679314423.html
How to delete your Instagram account permanently, or temporarily deactivate it

You can easily delete your Instagram account if you no longer want to use it, or you can temporarily deactivate.

29 May 03:13 Business Insider Nederland 7680839746856172443.html
Galaxy Z Flip Thom Browne Edition Heads to Spain Singapore, More Color Variants for S20 Trio, Buds+ Announced

29 May 20:44 2 articles

Galaxy Z Flip Thom Browne Edition Heads to Spain & Singapore, More Color Variants for S20 Trio, Buds+ Announced

Samsung has now brought its Galaxy Z Flip Thom Browne Edition to the Spain and Singapore. Furthermore, it has also announced color options for S20 and Buds+

29 May 20:44 Gizchina 5392375275499372332.html
Galaxy Z Flip Thom Browne Edition lands in Spain and Singapore

Samsung is bringing the Galaxy Z Flip Thom Browne edition to customers in two additional markets, namely Spain and Singapore. The special edition foldable phone is finally available in Spain starting

29 May 15:23 SamMobile 1601131850182841294.html
Reps worried over strange death in Bonny Island - The Nation Nigeria

29 May 19:45 2 articles

Reps worried over strange death in Bonny Island - The Nation Nigeria

The House of Representatives has asked the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control(NCDC) to immediately identify the cause of strange...

29 May 19:45 Latest Nigeria News, Nigerian Newspapers, Politics 2658445901270928386.html
Rivers community reacts as NCDC orders shutdown for 21 days

The people of Asari-Toru Local Government Area, ASALGA received the directive of the Nigeria Centre For Disease Control,(NCDC) to shut down for 21 days following the sudden demise of the executive chairman of Area, Odiari Princewill, who was said to have died from coronavirus with mixed feeling.

29 May 14:51 The Guardian 7580308504887050151.html
Coronavirus India lockdown Day 66 updates | May 29, 2020

29 May 03:32 2 articles

Coronavirus India lockdown Day 66 updates | May 29, 2020

Coronavirus vaccine developed by India likely to begin human trial in October, says expert.

29 May 03:32 The Hindu 6679535025906358108.html
‘Pre-clinical Covid-19 vaccine trials in India could conclude by October’

India may be close to successfully developing a vaccine for the novel coronavirus, Principal Scientific Adviser Dr K VijayRaghavan said on Thursday adding that of the 30 groups engaged in the exercise, 20 are ‘working at a good pace’.

29 May 00:30 Mumbai Mirror 1209961193484861996.html
Coronavirus Live Updates: Read The Latest About The COVID-19 Outbreak

29 May 18:56 2 articles

Coronavirus Live Updates: Read The Latest About The COVID-19 Outbreak

Stay up to date as we cover the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and its effects across the world.

29 May 18:56 HuffPost 5982769914741667737.html
Researchers investigate possible causes of high COVID-19 mortality in Italy

On March 11th, 2020 the World Health Organization declared Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) a pandemic.

29 May 06:58 News-Medical.net 4522523030297647619.html
Novartis will start making coronavirus vaccine this month

29 May 12:14 2 articles

Novartis will start making coronavirus vaccine this month

Swiss drugmaker Novartis will start producing a genetic coronavirus vaccine this month under a deal with Massachusetts researchers. AveXis, Novartis’ gene-therapy arm, agreed to manufacture the

29 May 12:14 New York Post 7654946767861258974.html
Novartis to make US researchers' COVID-19 gene therapy vaccine hopeful

Novartis re-entered vaccine making on Thursday, inking a manufacturing deal with a US team whose COVID-19 candidate relies on technology similar to that of the Swiss drugmaker's $2.1 million-per-patient gene therapy, Zolgensma.

29 May 02:07 Bdnews24 8119004129165529151.html
E.U.’s Coronavirus Recovery Plan Also Aims to Fight Climate Change

29 May 05:45 2 articles

E.U.’s Coronavirus Recovery Plan Also Aims to Fight Climate Change

The proposed package would boost clean energy and transport to help the continent become carbon neutral by 2050

29 May 05:45 Scientific American 532798823567546156.html
'Make Europe Great Again' recovery fund to reverse euro's fortunes: BofA

'Make Europe Great Again' recovery fund to reverse euro's fortunes: BofA

29 May 00:00 Investing.com 5710361974696456041.html
Solution to century-old math problem may predict disease transmission

29 May 18:24 2 articles

Solution to century-old math problem may predict disease transmission

May 29 (UPI) -- The solution to a century-old math problem could help modelers predict infectious disease transmission without relying on time-intensive computer models.

29 May 18:24 UPI 8257973865274579868.html
Solution to century-old math problem could predict transmission of infectious diseases

A Bristol academic has achieved a milestone in statistical/mathematical physics by solving a 100-year-old physics problem—the discrete diffusion equation in finite space.

29 May 15:15 phys.org 3476726124234056283.html
Virus from chicken farms could dwarf coronavirus and kill HALF world’s population, says scientist in extreme warning

29 May 22:35 2 articles

Virus from chicken farms could dwarf coronavirus and kill HALF world’s population, says scientist in extreme warning

AN apocalyptic virus from chicken farms could dwarf the coronavirus pandemic and kill half of the world’s population, a scientist has said in an extreme warning. Dr Michael Greger, a campaign…

29 May 22:35 The Sun 7379604593702096685.html
Food security and sustainability during the pandemic

The virus provides an opportunity. But will we Take it?Amid rising deaths from the coronavirus worldwide, the World Food Programme (WFP) has warned that the world could face a "global hunger p

29 May 19:39 Pakistan Today 6621510369806265718.html
Gulu University students to be screened for COVID-19

29 May 08:02 2 articles

Gulu University students to be screened for COVID-19

education

29 May 08:02 The Observer 7850745373105604602.html
Tourists could begin to return to Hawaii by late summer, economic report says | Honolulu Star-Advertiser

The latest economic projections from the University of Hawaii Economic Research Organization suggest it will take at least two years for the mainland economy to recover from the coronavirus pandemic, with tourists beginning to return to Hawaii in late July of this year.

29 May 00:36 Star-Advertiser 3439335388408373118.html
Adoptive T-cell therapy ADP-A2M4 targeting MAGE-A4 shows early activity in patients with advanced solid tumors

29 May 04:00 2 articles

Adoptive T-cell therapy ADP-A2M4 targeting MAGE-A4 shows early activity in patients with advanced solid tumors

The adoptive T-cell therapy ADP-A2M4, which is engineered to express a T-cell receptor (TCR) directed against the MAGE-A4 cancer antigen, achieved responses in patients with multiple solid tumor types, including synovial sarcoma, head and neck cancer and lung cancer, according to results from a Phase I clinical trial led by researchers at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.

29 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232467877997458.html
Targeted therapy shows immense benefit for patients with early stage NSCLC

According to findings led by researchers at Yale Cancer Center, treatment with the targeted therapy osimertinib following surgery significantly improves disease-free survival (DFS) in patients with early-stage, non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) with EGFR gene mutations.

29 May 04:52 News-Medical.net 4522523030138335361.html
Mental Health | Share the joy and the pain

29 May 22:00 2 articles

Mental Health | Share the joy and the pain

Mental Health

29 May 22:00 The Esperance Express 1581298858950770318.html
Are you suffering from 'Zoom fatigue'? As more and more people vent about video chat exhaustion, psychologists warn the condition could cause severe burnout and even depression

Named after the popular video chatting platform, Zoom fatigue is used to describe the exhaustion that comes with participating in video conferences.

29 May 11:53 Mail Online 124328112407452551.html
BookMyShow cost-cutting to hit 270 employees

29 May 09:00 2 articles

BookMyShow cost-cutting to hit 270 employees

Members of the workforce who have been put on furlough will continue to remain employed with the company and will be eligible for all medical insurance, gratuity and other benefits.

29 May 09:00 The Financial Express 1288289580562962985.html
Station Casinos extends pay for workers through Wednesday

Station Casinos is extending regular pay and benefits for all full-time team members through Wednesday, one day before it will reopen select properties.

29 May 03:10 Las Vegas Review-Journal 8640648835860769133.html
Aidan O’Shea sees both sides of the equation when it comes to professionalism

29 May 05:00 2 articles

Aidan O’Shea sees both sides of the equation when it comes to professionalism

'I find it hard for the players in this argument. We’re not asking for professionalism'

29 May 05:00 The Irish Times 8204772967938779179.html
Ask Ethan: How Are Mega-Constellations Of Satellites Changing The Night Sky?

It's not just about SpaceX and Starlink. What we're deciding today will have a global impact for years and decades to come.

29 May 00:00 Forbes 6028587531889746876.html
Bob Casey, Dem senator from Pennsylvania, says antibody test shows he had coronavirus

29 May 21:18 2 articles

Bob Casey, Dem senator from Pennsylvania, says antibody test shows he had coronavirus

Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., revealed Friday he tested positive for coronavirus antibodies and will donate plasma to help others battling the virus.

29 May 21:18 Fox News 7362823819811059704.html
Some Coronavirus Patients Test Positive For Weeks. Interpret Those Results With Caution

Dr. Matthew Binnicker, an expert in the diagnosis of infectious disease, explains why someone might still test positive for Covid-19 weeks after they’ve recovered.

29 May 00:00 Forbes 6028587530356856368.html
Expert suggests it could be too soon to lift lockdown - this is why

29 May 18:43 2 articles

Expert suggests it could be too soon to lift lockdown - this is why

The government is 'taking some risk' in relaxing social distancing measures, according to Prof John Edmunds

29 May 18:43 men 6694993429153623599.html
Caution needed on cross-country Covid-19 comparisons

Countries across the world currently report widely different mortality experiences with Covid-19 and this results in apparently very different disease impacts being reported in different countries.

29 May 05:29 RTE.ie 7595237277938174878.html
Puffy cotton ball clouds are a rocket launchs most common nightmare. Heres why they delayed SpaceXs historic flight.

29 May 21:49 2 articles

Puffy 'cotton ball' clouds are a rocket launch's most common nightmare. Here's why they delayed SpaceX's historic flight.

SpaceX and NASA delayed their historic astronaut launch on Wednesday after puffy clouds rolled in. They're the biggest threats to a rocket launch.

29 May 21:49 Yahoo 7097669637491119303.html
SpaceX’s 1st astronaut launch in space! Discovery to document the historic leap

The launch was called off on Wednesday with less than 17 minutes to go in the countdown because of thunderclouds and the danger of lightning.

29 May 17:10 The Financial Express 1288289579487730602.html
Tips for Recovering from PTSD and TBI

29 May 00:00 2 articles

Tips for Recovering from PTSD and TBI

Unpacking the many pieces of the treatment puzzle.

29 May 00:00 Psychology Today 5895805839509099693.html
Cell Therapy and Autism

A moment for re-evaluation.

29 May 00:00 Psychology Today 5895805837550478161.html
Disease screening should be required for imported dogs

29 May 08:30 2 articles

Disease screening should be required for imported dogs

More than one million dogs are imported into the U.S. each year according to the CDC, yet only about 1 percent of these dogs are screened for the serious diseases they carry. We would not tolerate this lack of oversight for cattle, poultry or swine arriving in the U.S. and we should not tolerate it for the animals who are our closest companions.

29 May 08:30 HeraldNet 3867135409197602549.html
Many states have reported fewer TB deaths during the lockdown. Here’s why this is bad news

It suggests the system for tracking tuberculosis patients has collapsed.

29 May 01:00 Scroll.in 8669301692883020366.html
Review: Lady Gaga is back, but where’s the art or spark?

29 May 20:26 2 articles

Review: Lady Gaga is back, but where’s the art or spark?

Lady Gaga, “Chromatica” (Interscope) In the 12 years since Lady Gaga dropped her first album, the singer has exceptionally shown that she knows how to create a killer album. “The Fame” was danceable and clever. “The Fame Monster” was an epic adventure into her darker mind. “Born This Way” brilliantly…

29 May 20:26 Japan Today 8582716287346070238.html
Lady Gaga: Chromatica review – Gaga rediscovers the riot on her most personal album

Returning to the sound of her maximalist electro-pop heyday, Gaga explores buried trauma, mental illness and the complexities of fame on this return to form

29 May 12:11 the Guardian 1491978794333741090.html
Woman loses damages claim over BreastCheck screening

29 May 16:09 2 articles

Woman loses damages claim over BreastCheck screening

Liability for substantial costs of action by Siobhán Freeney to be decided at a later date

29 May 16:09 The Irish Times 8204772967860427270.html
Woman who claimed Breastcheck was negligent in her screening loses High Court case

Six months after receiving a normal screening result, the Wexford mother-of-two was diagnosed with breast cancer.

29 May 16:48 TheJournal.ie 6446904419155008025.html
Russia sparks space race with the US by announcing plans for an orbital station

29 May 21:21 2 articles

Russia sparks space race with the US by announcing plans for an orbital station

The plans revealed by the Kremlin will start after the International Space Station is scrapped in around 2030 and will allow it to launch “far-out” missions to the moon and Mars

29 May 21:21 mirror 675785260292609071.html
NASA Astronauts Start Epic Journey In Tesla Model X SUVs — Of Course

The day coming soon when NASA astronauts launch into space again is one that will leave us with tears in our eyes and chills running down our spines — from joy, pride, and love. It is history in the making, dreams coming true, and another step for humanity and Americans.

29 May 05:57 CleanTechnica 1065744425057726657.html
NIA Court Denies Interim Bail To Sudha Bhardwaj Accused In Bhima-Koregaon Case

29 May 17:58 2 articles

NIA Court Denies Interim Bail To Sudha Bhardwaj Accused In Bhima-Koregaon Case

A special NIA court in Mumbai on Friday rejected the interim bail application of activist Sudha Bhardwaj, an accused in the Bhima Koregaon case.

29 May 17:58 NDTV.com 5090057680618809901.html
Court denies interim bail to Dongri building collapse accused

29 May 01:30 Free Press Journal 9080771787434456557.html
Science News Briefs from All Over

29 May 07:52 2 articles

Science News Briefs from All Over

Here are some brief reports about science and technology from around the planet, including one about an incredibly well-preserved horned lark ( Eremophila alpestris ), like the one pictured, that lived 46,000 years ago.

29 May 07:52 Scientific American 532798825201974059.html
A Guide: Top 3 Combat Sports

There are many different combat sports out there, some more dangerous and thrilling than others. Each sport has its own rules making them all unique from one another. They each focus on different s…

29 May 05:56 The Sports Daily 5871911277470802732.html
Prince William Spoke Candidly About The Mental Health Impact Of Calling NHS Staff “Heroes”

29 May 14:24 2 articles

Prince William Spoke Candidly About The Mental Health Impact Of Calling NHS Staff “Heroes”

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s work with mental health over the years has not gone unnoticed, and throughout the coronavirus pandemic the couple’s loyalty to the cause hasn't faltered. They have held video calls with hospital staff, care…

29 May 14:24 Bustle 7391390687526402745.html
The One Show: Prince William expresses fears for 'broken NHS staff all over the country'

He featured on Thursday's episode

29 May 12:01 Entertainment Daily 8392972517379417714.html
Dealing With Major Acne Breakouts Even Amid Lockdown? THIS Rs. 150 Gel Can Be The Cure!

29 May 11:04 2 articles

Dealing With Major Acne Breakouts Even Amid Lockdown? THIS Rs. 150 Gel Can Be The Cure!

Oily skin is truly a curse for many. Be it summers, winters, or spring – the breakouts would happen for some reason or the other. Too much junk, lack of hydration as well as dandruff, anything, an

29 May 11:04 Koimoi 5184275671541859680.html
Don’t be bothered by acne scars if you have mint leaves at home

The leaves, which are used to make refreshing summer drinks, are known to keep the body cool from the inside. This can reflect on the skin as well.

29 May 03:40 The Indian Express 2885715104449445683.html
A Frito-Lay exec explains why your favorite Doritos and Lays flavors might be missing from stores since the pandemic hit

29 May 19:09 2 articles

A Frito-Lay exec explains why your favorite Doritos and Lay's flavors might be missing from stores since the pandemic hit

Frito-Lay, which is responsible for brands like Tostitos, Doritos, and Cheetos, had to reduce assortment of its flavors at the start of the pandemic.

29 May 19:09 Business Insider 6060062400990519313.html
The secret life of discontinued apps

When a book goes out of print the publishers don't pop round and remove old copies from your shelves. Similarly, when an app is discontinued it can be taken off the app stores but continues to linger on users' devices.

29 May 13:37 BetaNews 3764252313487017698.html
Day after moving SC, Anbumani writes to panel on quota

29 May 19:13 2 articles

Day after moving SC, Anbumani writes to panel on quota

A day after moving the Supreme Court for implementation of the 27% OBC quota in medical college admissions under the all India quota (AIQ), PMK leader Anbumani Ramadoss on Friday wrote to the National

29 May 19:13 The Hindu 6679535025193568134.html
DMK moves SC for implementation of 50% OBC quota in Tamil Nadu's share of All India Medical seats

The party said its plea is directed against the Respondents (Centre, Medical Council of India (MCI) and Tamil Nadu government) denying the implementation of 50 percent OBC policy of the state, other than in central government institutions.

29 May 00:00 Moneycontrol 1603024964483808047.html
‘Recruitment of medical personnel soon’

29 May 19:03 2 articles

‘Recruitment of medical personnel soon’

Notification in first week of June, says CM

29 May 19:03 The Hindu 6679535026228287559.html
CM to lay foundation stone for medical college at Paderu soon

The institution will be set up in 35 acres, says Muttamsetti

29 May 18:10 The Hindu 6679535025597140733.html
How cosmologists finally found the ‘missing’ half of our universe’s matter

29 May 08:16 2 articles

How cosmologists finally found the ‘missing’ half of our universe’s matter

In the late 1990s, cosmologists made a prediction about how much ordinary matter there should be in the universe. About 5%, they estimated, should be regular stuff with the rest a mixture of dark matter and dark energy. But when cosmologists counted up everything they could see or measure at the time, they came up […]

29 May 08:16 The Next Web 3990801509903196396.html
Intergalactic Pulses Solve Mystery of Universe’s Missing Matter

Scientists have spent three decades trying to locate half of all the “normal” matter that’s supposed to exist in the universe. A new paper is claiming to have finally found this missing stuff, in a discovery made possible by measuring incoming fast radio bursts.

29 May 07:00 Gizmodo UK 8363059001197548821.html
Contact tracing indicates Campbellton COVID-19 cluster might have spread to other parts of N.B.

29 May 16:28 2 articles

Contact tracing indicates Campbellton COVID-19 cluster might have spread to other parts of N.B.

New Brunswick's chief medical officer of health said the Campbellton cluster of COVID-19 cases might have already spread to other parts of the province.

29 May 16:28 Atlantic 8060955781440336859.html
A Children’s Medication Might Be The Key To Curing Severe Coronavirus Cases

Though much of the health community has been focused on a vaccine for the novel coronavirus, doctors have started eagerly hailing a new children’s drug as a potential cure for severe cases of ...

29 May 03:20 The Inquisitr 1745625231690994643.html
Only half of people with symptoms are self-isolating for a week, scientists warn

29 May 19:05 2 articles

Only half of people with symptoms are self-isolating for a week, scientists warn

The worrying claim came to light as Sage released the minutes of more than 30 of their meetings to date

29 May 19:05 men 6694993427604797405.html
Half of Brits with coronavirus symptoms 'have not self-isolated for a week'

Behavioural experts have warned the government's Sage committee of low compliance with the new track and test system to tackle coronavirus and ease the lockdown further

29 May 18:45 mirror 675785260713606885.html
Declare your coronavirus status to help fight stigmatisation – Maurice Ampaw to MPs

29 May 00:00 2 articles

Declare your coronavirus status to help fight stigmatisation – Maurice Ampaw to MPs

Private legal practitioner, Lawyer Maurice Ampaw has added his voice to the ongoing debate about whether public office holders, particularly members of Parliament must disclose their coronavirus status or otherwise.

29 May 00:00 GhanaWeb 9132111494972328019.html
Medical Officer proposes steam haling to cure coronavirus

A private medical practitioner has proposed the use of steam inhalation as a treatment for coronavirus cases in the country.

29 May 00:00 GhanaWeb 9132111494785221035.html
Kalbe to start COVID-19 vaccine trial with S. Korean pharma firm

29 May 15:29 1 article

Kalbe to start COVID-19 vaccine trial with S. Korean pharma firm

Publicly listed pharmaceutical company Kalbe Farma has signed an agreement with South Korea-based biotechnology firm Genexine Inc. to start a clinical trial of a COVID-19 candidate vaccine in Indonesia.

29 May 15:29 The Jakarta Post 7678601102686160745.html
Coronavirus: Herrera questions drastic decision to end Ligue 1 campaign early

29 May 16:22 1 article

Coronavirus: Herrera questions 'drastic' decision to end Ligue 1 campaign early

Ander Herrera has questioned the decision to end the Ligue 1 season prematurely, despite winning the title with Paris Saint-Germain.

29 May 16:22 sportskeeda 1601194028078177228.html
An entire 18th-century Swedish village is selling for $7 million. Heres a look inside the historic spa town.

29 May 13:52 1 article

An entire 18th-century Swedish village is selling for $7 million. Here's a look inside the historic spa town.

A Swedish doctor founded Sätra Brunn in 1700 to share its pure and "healing" mineral water. The village has been a wellness destination since.

29 May 13:52 Business Insider 6060062400690149698.html
Research explores the impact of invasive grasses on South Texas landscapes

29 May 16:09 1 article

Research explores the impact of invasive grasses on South Texas landscapes

Scientists writing for the journal Invasive Plant Science and Management say several exotic grass species once grown in South Texas for livestock forage and erosion control have expanded from the areas ...

29 May 16:09 phys.org 3476726124139458261.html
Evil dad sets fire to own daughter, 24, after overhearing her talk about converting from Islam to Christianity

29 May 13:11 1 article

Evil dad sets fire to own daughter, 24, after overhearing her talk about converting from Islam to Christianity

A young woman has been recovering in a Ugandan hospital after her Muslim father allegedly burned her for converting to Christianity, it’s been reported. Rahema Kyomuhendo, 24, is said to be s…

29 May 13:11 The Sun 7379604592684548292.html
Pakistan reaffirms resolve to UN peacekeeping missions

29 May 16:14 1 article

Pakistan reaffirms resolve to UN peacekeeping missions

The countr­y is proud of its long-standi­ng contri­bution­s to UN peacek­eeping spanni­ng over six decade­s: MoFA

29 May 16:14 The Express Tribune 1105816785848549421.html
Diane Dodds says north faces long, hard road to recovery

29 May 15:26 1 article

Diane Dodds says north faces 'long, hard road to recovery'

Economy minister Diane Dodds has warned the north faces a "long, hard road to recovery" as it battles the "economic shock" of the coronavirus lockdown.

29 May 15:26 The Irish News 993065904810760.html
Philadelphia escort among victims in Long Island Gilgo Beach murder case, DNA shows

29 May 15:11 1 article

Philadelphia escort among victims in Long Island Gilgo Beach murder case, DNA shows

Remains found by Long Island detectives assigned to the Gilgo Beach murder case belong to a Philadelphia escort, an identification made through DNA and genetic genealogy.

29 May 15:11 Fox News 7362823820691607323.html
Russia struggles to keep up in race for virus vaccine

29 May 16:04 1 article

Russia struggles to keep up in race for virus vaccine

Russia is among the countries racing to develop a vaccine but is no longer the vaccine developer it was in Soviet times and it is struggling to match virus research being carried out elsewhere.

29 May 16:04 Coronavirus 2422791598426332115.html
FDA finds contamination in several brands of diabetes drug

29 May 15:10 1 article

FDA finds contamination in several brands of diabetes drug

U.S. health regulators are telling five drugmakers to recall their versions of a widely used diabetes medication after laboratory tests found elevated levels of a contaminant linked to cancer.

29 May 15:10 KNOE 8 News 9048639191167553147.html
COVID-19: ‘One of Key Things is to Get People Help Who Need Help,’ Academic Says

29 May 15:38 1 article

COVID-19: ‘One of Key Things is to Get People Help Who Need Help,’ Academic Says

Students, parents and teachers in the UK are reporting a widespread decline in their mental health as schools in the country prepare to open on Monday. It follows a...

29 May 15:38 Sputniknews 967333868781593678.html
EPA orders Merck to address persistent problem of bad odours from east Cork plant

29 May 15:15 1 article

EPA orders Merck to address persistent problem of bad odours from east Cork plant

The State environmental watchdog has instructed a leading medical science and technology firm to take “significant action” to address the persistent problem of bad odours coming from its plant in east Cork.

29 May 15:15 Irishexaminer 8196011178491012305.html
Five Catholic grammar schools call off 11-plus exams for one year

29 May 15:46 1 article

Five Catholic grammar schools call off 11-plus exams for one year

FIVE grammar schools have become the first to cancel their entrance exams due to take place this winter.

29 May 15:46 The Irish News 993066072192543.html
Antarctic ice sheets retreated at a faster rate in the past, study suggests

29 May 15:59 1 article

Antarctic ice sheets retreated at a faster rate in the past, study suggests

Scientists analysed wave-like ridges on the Antarctic seafloor

29 May 15:59 Metro 970161747390988504.html
Nursing assistant, 31, who starred in stay home poster dies of coronavirus

29 May 15:52 1 article

Nursing assistant, 31, who starred in 'stay home' poster dies of coronavirus

Denny Darby was killed by Covid-19 just weeks after appearing in the 'Stay home' poster aimed at saving lives

29 May 15:52 Metro 970161747719696757.html
TPAD 2 System for TSC Teachers: All You Need to Know

29 May 15:13 1 article

TPAD 2 System for TSC Teachers: All You Need to Know

The Teacher Performance Appraisal and Development (TPAD) system 2 enhances professional growth and learning outcomes as...

29 May 15:13 Kenyans.co.ke 8634838153373957347.html
Scots mum, 28, who lost newborn baby tragically dies from lung inflammation weeks after cancer all clear

29 May 13:53 1 article

Scots mum, 28, who lost newborn baby tragically dies from lung inflammation weeks after cancer all clear

A MUM who lost her newborn baby and battled cancer twice has tragically died. Danielle Currie, 28, sadly passed away on May 11 – just weeks after being told she could leave Glasgow’s Be…

29 May 13:53 The Scottish Sun 6609127673473120118.html
The Starbucks Flamingo Frappuccino is the latest drink thats made for Instagram

29 May 15:22 1 article

The Starbucks Flamingo Frappuccino is the latest drink that's made for Instagram

Pink aesthetic hive, assemble.

29 May 15:22 Metro 970161747694361023.html
Woman, 24, with breast cancer wants all women to do one thing for her

29 May 13:25 1 article

Woman, 24, with breast cancer wants all women to do 'one thing for her'

Georgia Day, from Toxteth, Liverpool, was just 21 she found out she had the BRCA1 gene, meaning she has a 50% chance of developing breast cancer

29 May 13:25 mirror 675785260019981149.html
Riddhima Kapoor Sahni Gets A New Hairstyle By Mother Neetu Kapoor, Calls Her Supermom

29 May 13:30 1 article

Riddhima Kapoor Sahni Gets A New Hairstyle By Mother Neetu Kapoor, Calls Her Supermom

Riddhima Kapoor Sahni is currently living with her mother Neetu Kapoor, since she arrived in Mumbai.

29 May 13:30 https://www.filmibeat.com 7601703244838825520.html
Larry Fitzgerald helps boy celebrate end of cancer treatment

29 May 15:26 1 article

Larry Fitzgerald helps boy celebrate end of cancer treatment

A 9-year-old boy from South Dakota is celebrating being cancer-free and he got a special congratulations from one of Arizona’s biggest sports stars.

29 May 15:26 ABC15 Arizona 911680910627884015.html
Taraji P. Henson working to end mental health stigma amid pandemic

29 May 15:01 1 article

Taraji P. Henson working to end mental health stigma amid pandemic

May 29 (UPI) -- Taraji P. Henson is working to end the stigma around mental health issues amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

29 May 15:01 UPI 8257973864048778830.html
Forbes: Russias new assault ship might look familiar to French Mistral

29 May 15:20 1 article

Forbes: Russia's new assault ship might look familiar to French Mistral

Project 23900, set to be developed in the occupied Crimea, is a "clone" of the French Mistral design.

29 May 15:20 UNIAN 6863008971182844032.html
Coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccine latest update: Doubts over Moderna vaccine; no Indian jab in clinical trial stage yet

29 May 15:54 1 article

Coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccine latest update: Doubts over Moderna vaccine; no Indian jab in clinical trial stage yet

Coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccine latest update: Shares of Moderna Inc tumble over doubts over vaccine; Novavax Inc buys vaccine manufacturing plant from Serum Institute of India

29 May 15:54 The Indian Express 2885715105248459132.html
Scientist warns its not safe to have barbecues despite Boris Johnsons green light

29 May 15:53 1 article

Scientist warns it's not safe to have barbecues despite Boris Johnson's green light

Professor Sally Bloomfield, of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, today warned that sharing cutlery and crockery at barbecues is "dangerous", despite the Prime Minister saying yesterday that people in England can hold garden gatherings from Monday

29 May 15:53 mirror 675785260339217190.html
The world’s first integrated power-to-X-to-power hydrogen gas turbine demonstrator

29 May 13:13 1 article

The world’s first integrated power-to-X-to-power hydrogen gas turbine demonstrator

With the HyflexPower project, a consortium — made up of Engie Solutions (Paris, France), Siemens Gas and Power GmbH & Co. KG (Munich, Germany), Centrax

29 May 13:13 Chemical Engineering 9204118374868701937.html
Sudha Bharadwaj’s interim medical bail plea rejected

29 May 14:29 1 article

Sudha Bharadwaj’s interim medical bail plea rejected

She is lodged in Byculla jail, where an inmate has tested positive for COVID-19

29 May 14:29 The Hindu 6679535025390961244.html
Yandex: Not So Immune To Corona As You Might Think

29 May 14:49 1 article

Yandex: Not So Immune To Corona As You Might Think

The coronavirus outbreak is going to reveal the biggest downside of Yandex's case: the company is tied tightly with the ever-shrinking Russian economy. Yandex.T

29 May 14:49 Seeking Alpha 5725634557970611871.html
Mental health, job opportunities among issues raised by youths in engagement sessions

29 May 14:04 1 article

Mental health, job opportunities among issues raised by youths in engagement sessions

SINGAPORE: Mental health, future job opportunities and environmental sustainability were among the issues in focus among youths who participated ...

29 May 14:04 CNA 5644198862892329856.html
Man poisons father for causing misfortune

29 May 14:27 1 article

Man poisons father for causing misfortune

A Gokwe man poisoned his biological father after accusing of causing misfortunes in his life.Justine Chakauya (28) of Village 15A, Musadzi Village, Chireya in G...

29 May 14:27 Bulawayo24 News 5565663540268305763.html
Urgent Need To Plug Information Gaps On Clinical Covid Infections

29 May 14:30 1 article

Urgent Need To Plug Information Gaps On Clinical Covid Infections

The lack of detail on the transmission of Covid-19 in clinical environments will send shudders through the health workforce, says the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists.

29 May 14:30 SCOOP 5315658999518095970.html
Study shows how toxic protein leads to neuronal death and dementia

29 May 14:05 1 article

Study shows how toxic protein leads to neuronal death and dementia

Toxic versions of the protein tau are believed to cause the death of neurons of the brain in Alzheimer's disease.

29 May 14:05 News-Medical.net 4522523031565160092.html
Chronobiological treatment can help treat insomnia

29 May 14:32 1 article

Chronobiological treatment can help treat insomnia

Insomnia disorder is the second-most common mental health problem and a major risk factor for depression. Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBTi) is the treatment of choice and has successfully been provided through the Internet (ICBTI).

29 May 14:32 News-Medical.net 4522523030376704201.html
Gujarat Suggests COVID-19 Vaccine Made Out of Cow Urine-Dung, First Ever Clinical Trial to Take Place Soon in India

29 May 14:02 1 article

Gujarat Suggests COVID-19 Vaccine Made Out of Cow Urine-Dung, First Ever Clinical Trial to Take Place Soon in India

Ayurvedic medicine derived from panchgavya — cow’s milk, butter, ghee, dung and urine is Gujarat's serious bid to ward off coronavirus. Clinical trials to test efficiency of the medicine on COVID-19 patients to begin soon

29 May 14:02 India News, Breaking News, Entertainment News | India.com 7150386084182857549.html
As COVID cuts deadly path through Indiana prisons, inmates say symptoms ignored

29 May 14:23 1 article

As COVID cuts deadly path through Indiana prisons, inmates say symptoms ignored

Scottie Edwards died of COVID-19 just weeks before he would have gotten out of the Westville Correctional Facility in Indiana.

29 May 14:23 News-Medical.net 4522523030788610723.html
QA: Anatomy of the perfect team in a modernized IT environment

29 May 14:06 1 article

Q&A: Anatomy of the perfect team in a modernized IT environment 

What is the best way to assemble and lead a team using agile DevOps and emerging technologies – while still leveraging key legacy knowledge? Brandon Edenfield, CEO of Modern Systems outlines a strategy.

29 May 14:06 Digital Journal 4566489173123662651.html
US: UoM Consumer Sentiment Index recovers to 72.3 (final) in May vs. 74 expected

29 May 14:06 1 article

US: UoM Consumer Sentiment Index recovers to 72.3 (final) in May vs. 74 expected

The University of Michigan's Survey of Consumers revealed that the Index of Consumer Sentiment edged higher to 72.3 (final) in May from 71.8 in April.

29 May 14:06 FXStreet 4480975639237645496.html
Hotels report 82% drop in occupancy; recovery unlikely before September

29 May 14:08 1 article

Hotels report 82% drop in occupancy; recovery unlikely before September

The other key parameter ADR (average daily rate) has come down sharply as well. For instance, the average room rate for a branded hotel in April was Rs 4,113 per night, which was 27 per cent lower than the ADR in the same month last year

29 May 14:08 Business Today 1145527432693173906.html
Indian monkeys snatch coronavirus samples, later recovered intact

29 May 14:03 1 article

Indian monkeys snatch coronavirus samples, later recovered intact

The coronavirus has been detected in animals, though there is no confirmation that the disease can then be passed on to humans

29 May 14:03 Rappler 1882105641779584697.html
How viruses have shaped our DNA

29 May 14:00 1 article

How viruses have shaped our DNA

An evolutionary biologist says the scars of ancient epidemics are written in our genome – and finding out their causes may help us to predict the next pandemic.

29 May 14:00 Australian Financial Review 3974284486467663574.html
Bonfire of dead rules to drive Australias recovery

29 May 14:00 1 article

Bonfire of dead rules to drive Australia's recovery

Over-regulation risks a "meandering" economy that will struggle to re-employ Australians who have lost their jobs.

29 May 14:00 Australian Financial Review 3974284487291502341.html
A non-destructive method of analysing molecules in cells

29 May 14:03 1 article

A non-destructive method of analysing molecules in cells

When investigating how tumors grow, or how pharmaceuticals affect different types of cells, researchers have to understand how molecules within a cell react—and interact. This is possible with modern ...

29 May 14:03 phys.org 3476726123702035307.html
CCMB paving way towards COVID-19 vaccine development

29 May 14:02 1 article

CCMB paving way towards COVID-19 vaccine development

Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB) on Thursday announced that it has established a stable culture of coronavirus that will enable it to work towards vaccine development to fight COVID-19.

29 May 14:02 Oneindia 2023829372347830598.html
Changes in gut mucus are linked to brain disorders

29 May 14:17 1 article

Changes in gut mucus are linked to brain disorders

Mucus is the first line of defense against bad bacteria in our gut. But could it also be part of our defense against diseases of the brain?

29 May 14:17 News-Medical.net 4522523031435678237.html
Irish-American priest set to be beatified may have died of coronavirus

29 May 14:19 1 article

Irish-American priest set to be beatified may have died of coronavirus

A 19th Century Irish-American priest set to be beatified by the Catholic Church may have died from a form of coronavirus. Father Michael McGivney, who founded the Knights of Columbus in 1882, died in 1890 during the Russian Flu Pandemic that killed one million people globally and 13,000 people in the United States. 

29 May 14:19 IrishCentral 7319968743952131390.html
Madhya Pradesh: Indore has 1,545 active cases, recovery rate encouraging, says reports

29 May 13:11 1 article

Madhya Pradesh: Indore has 1,545 active cases, recovery rate encouraging, says reports

29 May 13:11 Free Press Journal 9080771786865244351.html
5 Ways Being In Nature Changes Your Brain, According To Science

29 May 14:01 1 article

5 Ways Being In Nature Changes Your Brain, According To Science

Can you remember when you last spent quality time with some trees and grass? Research has long documented how spending time in the great outdoors (and not just to travel from point A to point B) can have numerous benefits for your overall well-being…

29 May 14:01 Bustle 7391390688187527579.html
First Bell for online classes in Kerala schools from June 1

29 May 15:49 1 article

First Bell for online classes in Kerala schools from June 1

Sessions to be made available through KITE Victers channel and other mechanisms for all classes except class 11

29 May 15:49 The Hindu 6679535025062565584.html
Dispensed: The untold story of Moderna — Building a new future for medicine — Startups poised to take off

29 May 15:08 1 article

Dispensed: The untold story of Moderna — Building a new future for medicine — Startups poised to take off

Welcome to Dispensed. Inside, why teams of healthcare workers spend their days flipping seriously ill coronavirus patients onto their stomachs.

29 May 15:08 Business Insider 6060062401092713140.html
Eagle-eyed Dundalk gardai recover stolen golf clubs worth €1300

29 May 15:53 1 article

'Eagle'-eyed Dundalk gardai recover stolen golf clubs worth €1300

Gardai

29 May 15:53 Dundalk Democrat 5738461708142346456.html
How does oil pulling rev up your immunity? | TheHealthSite.com

29 May 15:16 1 article

How does oil pulling rev up your immunity? | TheHealthSite.com

In a recently released advisory, the Ministry of AYUSH has shared some self-care guidelines to boost immunity. One of them is oil pulling. | TheHealthSite.com

29 May 15:16 Thehealthsite 4766622850532321654.html
IFPMA industry association conference: ‘no-one left behind’ on coronavirus vaccine

29 May 13:29 1 article

IFPMA industry association conference: ‘no-one left behind’ on coronavirus vaccine

Pharma industry leaders pledged to pull out all the stops to get a vaccine for coronavirus available as soon as possible – perhaps as early as October this year – and make sure that it is available to everyone who needs it around the world.

29 May 13:29 PMLive 7773534728566223245.html
GSK plans to produces one billion doses of vaccine adjuvant for COVID-19

29 May 13:11 1 article

GSK plans to produces one billion doses of vaccine adjuvant for COVID-19

GlaxoSmithKline has announced plans to produce one billion doses in 2021 of its vaccine adjuvant system to support numerous COVID-19 vaccine candidates.

29 May 13:11 PMLive 7773534728801830856.html
Next frontier in bacterial engineering

29 May 15:14 1 article

Next frontier in bacterial engineering

From bacteria-made insulin that obviates the use of animal pancreases to a better understanding of infectious diseases and improved treatments, genetic engineering of bacteria has redefined modern medicine. ...

29 May 15:14 phys.org 3476726124338487470.html
Yes, your dog wants to rescue you

29 May 15:20 1 article

Yes, your dog wants to rescue you

Imagine you're a dog. Your owner is trapped in a box and is crying out for help. Are you aware of his despair? If so, can you set him free? And what's more, do you really want to?

29 May 15:20 phys.org 3476726124588538906.html
A new view on how tissues flow in the embryo

29 May 15:14 1 article

A new view on how tissues flow in the embryo

As embryos develop, tissues flow and reorganize dramatically on timescales as brief as minutes. This reorganization includes epithelial tissues that cover outer surfaces and inner linings of organs and ...

29 May 15:14 phys.org 3476726124642877329.html
For second day running, Delhi records more than thousand Covid-19 cases

29 May 15:11 1 article

For second day running, Delhi records more than thousand Covid-19 cases

In a change of strategy, Kejriwal government narrative now focuses on stressing that most patients recover without serious consequences

29 May 15:11 The Telegraph 2864094127254648571.html
JJs Ebola vaccine wins EU regulatory panel backing

29 May 13:37 1 article

J&J's Ebola vaccine wins EU regulatory panel backing

(Reuters) - A panel of the European health regulator on Friday recommended approving Johnson & Johnson’s two-dose experimental vaccine for Ebola in the European Union.

29 May 13:37 Reuters 8334514179700386288.html
Covid-19: IIT Alumni Council, Mumbai University to partner for MegaLab Mumbai initiative

29 May 14:30 1 article

Covid-19: IIT Alumni Council, Mumbai University to partner for MegaLab Mumbai initiative

According to a release by the alumni council, MegaLab Mumbai is the biggest COVID-19 initiative of the IIT Alumni Council, which aims to help design and establish the largest genetic testing laboratory for COVID-19 and other infectious diseases with an end-to-end capacity to carry out over 10 million tests per month.

29 May 14:30 The Indian Express 2885715103922363489.html
Autorickshaw drivers in Gujarat seek permission to ply after May 31

29 May 15:29 1 article

Autorickshaw drivers in Gujarat seek permission to ply after May 31

The president of the Gujarat Auto Rickshaw Driver Action Committee has sent a letter to Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani with the demands of the autorickshaw drivers, including the release of autorickshaws detained during lockdown by recovering nominal fine from the drivers since their financial condition is very weak at present.

29 May 15:29 The Indian Express 2885715105862471827.html
Starving dogs left on deaths door making recovery after being rescued by ISPCA

29 May 15:14 1 article

Starving dogs left on death's door making recovery after being rescued by ISPCA

The dogs were left living in squalor starving and severely dehydrated

29 May 15:14 Irish Mirror 2875825629683445680.html
A Major Plot Hole From Breaking Bad To Be Fixed In Better Call Saul Season 5

29 May 15:15 1 article

A Major Plot Hole From Breaking Bad To Be Fixed In Better Call Saul Season 5

Breaking Bad’s major plot hole about Saul’s failed marriages has healed. Vince Gilligan has finally found a way to write around the plot hole

29 May 15:15 DKODING 1461033208801345194.html
Psychologist on Mental Health After Covid: Online Sessions ‘Equally as Effective’ as Face to Face

29 May 14:29 1 article

Psychologist on Mental Health After Covid: Online Sessions ‘Equally as Effective’ as Face to Face

Prince William has stated that the mental health of NHS workers could be affected by the pressures brought on by the ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic.

29 May 14:29 Sputniknews 967333869600751897.html
I wont believe Boris Johnson is following scientific advice until he proves it

29 May 14:09 1 article

I won't believe Boris Johnson is following scientific advice until he proves it

If this Cummings crisis has taught us anything, it's that it is vital that we the public are informed of the science as soon as it is available.

29 May 14:09 Metro 970161748579298005.html
Fossil Hunter Discovers Flying Dinosaur on the Isle of Wight

29 May 13:30 1 article

Fossil Hunter Discovers Flying Dinosaur on the Isle of Wight

People who get excited about dinosaurs are excited about a very small part of a dinosaur that's been uncovered, not because it's new or contains genetic material that could be used to bring it back to life and raised for gourmet burger meat, but because it was found on the Isle of Wight.

29 May 13:30 Gizmodo UK 8363059002462760613.html
A deep dive into better understanding nitrogen impacts

29 May 16:10 1 article

A deep dive into better understanding nitrogen impacts

A key atomic building block for all living organisms and one of the most abundant elements in the galaxy, nitrogen is an essential part of our ecosystem. But for our ecosystem to function, nitrogen-based ...

29 May 16:10 phys.org 3476726124497586130.html
English schools opening now may increase coronavirus R rate by 0.3, scientists warn

29 May 15:12 1 article

English schools opening now may increase coronavirus 'R' rate by 0.3, scientists warn

A group of experts calling themselves the Independent Sage Group warned reopening schools on June 1 risks pushing the 'R' rate above one and could lead to a new surge of infections

29 May 15:12 mirror 675785261601987561.html
Saving lives and livelihoods

29 May 00:00 1 article

Saving lives and livelihoods

The question of livelihood is getting desperate. The cure today is proving more expensive than the pandemic A housing society with nearly 3,000 families in Greater Noida was sealed this week due to a family being found Covid-positive. These families, most of them first-time flat owners,

29 May 00:00 The Pioneer 1146783233573840702.html
First aircraft lands at new Yobe International cargo airport

29 May 17:51 1 article

First aircraft lands at new Yobe International cargo airport

Two aeroplanes, on Friday landed at the new International Cargo Airport in Damaturu, Yobe State, in a test run ahead of the official opening of the airport.

29 May 17:51 The Guardian 7580308504596063464.html
A Senator from Arizona emerges as a pharma favorite

29 May 16:32 1 article

A Senator from Arizona emerges as a pharma favorite

Sen. Kyrsten Sinema formed a congressional caucus to raise "awareness of the benefits of personalized medicine" in February. Soon after that, employees of pharmaceutical companies donated $35,000 to her campaign committee.

29 May 16:32 News-Medical.net 4522523030097726487.html
A third of Americans report anxiety or depression symptoms during the pandemic

29 May 20:20 1 article

A third of Americans report anxiety or depression symptoms during the pandemic

Young adults are experiencing the highest rates of mental health strain during the pandemic, according to new CDC data.

29 May 20:20 Vox 6416095788803182849.html
‘Ants are amazing scientific and social beings — we humans need them’

29 May 20:30 1 article

‘Ants are amazing scientific and social beings — we humans need them’

India News: Corrie Moreau is a renowned evolutionary biologist and entomologist, specialising in myrmecology or the study of ants.

29 May 20:30 The Times of India 6060938662871160861.html
Burning Rock Biotech Starts U.S. IPO Effort

29 May 20:02 1 article

Burning Rock Biotech Starts U.S. IPO Effort

Burning Rock Biotech has filed to raise $100 million in a U.S. IPO, although the final figure may differ. The firm provides oncology testing and related therapy

29 May 20:02 Seeking Alpha 5725634556564955795.html
Build a Functional Trebuchet with Blender Physics

29 May 20:05 1 article

Build a Functional Trebuchet with Blender Physics

wintermute digital writes: Learn to use Blender's powerful Rigidbody System + Rigidbody Constraints to build …

29 May 20:05 BlenderNation 3769153472452101975.html
Employees urge BMC to allot hospital beds for virus-afflicted staff

29 May 20:01 1 article

Employees urge BMC to allot hospital beds for virus-afflicted staff

So far, more than 1,500 civic employees — healthcare staff, engineers, workers from the conservancy department, and others on coronavirus-related duties — have been infected by the virus, while 25 have succumbed due to it.

29 May 20:01 The Indian Express 2885715104283107379.html
Retired Immaculate principal Sister Angella Harris dies

29 May 20:18 1 article

Retired Immaculate principal Sister Angella Harris dies

Retired principal of the Immaculate Conception High School Sister Angella Harris has died. She passed away at 11 o’clock this morning after a long fight with cancer. Described as a great leader, mentor and supporter of student athletes,...

29 May 20:18 The Gleaner 1215260528743050725.html
Saudi authorities monitor health violations in Qatif

29 May 19:25 1 article

Saudi authorities monitor health violations in Qatif

QATIF: The Eastern Province municipality has carried out thousands of field inspection tours in Qatif governorate during Ramadan to ensure that precautionary measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) were being followed. The inspectors toured 5,006 food outlets, with 859 of those receiving warnings and 409 being shut down.  

29 May 19:25 Arab News 8912634262986764466.html
Truck drivers seen as crucial during COVID-19 crisis, recovery

29 May 19:42 1 article

Truck drivers seen as crucial during COVID-19 crisis, recovery

A long-haul truck driver from Las Vegas documented his life on the road for more than three months as he transported essential goods during the coronavirus pandemic.

29 May 19:42 Las Vegas Review-Journal 8640648836632144389.html
Ancient Antarctic Ice Sheet Loss Dwarfs Modern Melting, Study Finds

29 May 19:30 1 article

Ancient Antarctic Ice Sheet Loss Dwarfs Modern Melting, Study Finds

More than a year ago, researcher Julian Dowdeswell boarded a research vessel at the edge of the Fimbul ice shelf to the east of the Antarctic Peninsula. He and six other scientists with the University of Cambridge were setting off as part of an expedition to study the ancient patterns of ice sheet retreat along the peninsula, what is one of today’s most vulnerable ice shelves.

29 May 19:30 Gizmodo UK 8363059002562854327.html
VA to reopen hospitals for compensation and pension exams

29 May 19:24 1 article

VA to reopen hospitals for compensation and pension exams

May 29 (UPI) -- The Department of Veterans Affairs, with a backlog of 114,000 cases, announced that it will resume in-person disability examinations at some VA medical centers.

29 May 19:24 UPI 8257973865384335598.html
The Irish Times view on the world after Covid-19: Rethinking our societies

29 May 19:44 1 article

The Irish Times view on the world after Covid-19: Rethinking our societies

Amid the darkness, we have also caught glimpses of light: the solidarity of neighbours, the heroics of frontline workers, the kindness of strangers

29 May 19:44 The Irish Times 8204772968779372806.html
Today In Payments: Mastercard Introduces Recovery Insights Tools; Starling Notches $49M In Funding

29 May 19:00 1 article

Today In Payments: Mastercard Introduces Recovery Insights Tools; Starling Notches $49M In Funding

In today's top news, Mastercard introduces Recovery Insights tools, Google is mulling a share of Vodafone India, and Starling has raised $49 million.

29 May 19:00 PYMNTS.com 7357138825149524248.html
End of US Waivers Will Not Impair Iran Nuclear Activity

29 May 19:30 1 article

End of US Waivers Will Not Impair Iran Nuclear Activity

The United States' termination of sanctions waivers that allowed foreign firms to cooperate at Iranian nuclear sites will have no impact on Tehran's nuclear activities, spokesman for the Atomic

29 May 19:30 Financial Tribune 7109125995816032532.html
At isolation centre, TMH cancer patients find familiar faces

29 May 19:26 1 article

At isolation centre, TMH cancer patients find familiar faces

Hospital staff continue to care for patients at another facility

29 May 19:26 The Hindu 6679535024987434379.html
CMC diagnostic centre gets an upgrade

29 May 19:37 1 article

CMC diagnostic centre gets an upgrade

Medical centre to commences operation from June 1

29 May 19:37 The Hindu 6679535024505629609.html
Filling gaps in our understanding of how cities began to rise

29 May 19:37 1 article

Filling gaps in our understanding of how cities began to rise

Genomic analysis shows long-term genetic mixing in West Asia before the rise of the world’s first cities

29 May 19:37 Harvard Gazette 5954216207810266983.html
Heat Wave Continues In UP; Etawah Hottest At 43.8 Degrees

29 May 19:56 1 article

Heat Wave Continues In UP; Etawah Hottest At 43.8 Degrees

The intense heat wave conditions continued at many places in Uttar Pradesh on Friday with Etawah being the hottest place in the state at 43.8 degrees Celsius, the meteorological department said.

29 May 19:56 NDTV.com 5090057681833435203.html
European, South Korean authorities vie for COVID-19 antiviral remdesivir

29 May 19:36 1 article

European, South Korean authorities vie for COVID-19 antiviral remdesivir

By Carl O'Donnell and Pushkala Aripaka European and South Korean authorities are vying for Gilead Sciences' potential COVID-19 treatment, remdesivir, even though the drugmaker has yet to gain regulatory approval in either market and is still ramping up production of the anti-viral drug.

29 May 19:36 Firstpost 4760741712752673676.html
Airline Chiefs Talk Travel Rebound, Cut Jobs Anyway

29 May 19:07 1 article

Airline Chiefs Talk Travel Rebound, Cut Jobs Anyway

People are starting to fly again and that's encouraging. But companies are sticking with sweeping layoffs, suggesting a tepid recovery at best.

29 May 19:07 Bloomberg.com 4032480122665188785.html
Bangladeshi eggplant farmers reap rewards via genetics

29 May 19:53 1 article

Bangladeshi eggplant farmers reap rewards via genetics

Farmers in Bangladesh achieved significantly higher yields and revenues by growing insect-resistant, genetically engineered eggplant, a new Cornell study has found.

29 May 19:53 phys.org 3476726124139982172.html
Nolte: The Science Turns Against Americas Mask Fascists

29 May 19:28 1 article

Nolte: The Science Turns Against America's Mask Fascists

No less than the New England Journal of Medicine has dealt a body blow to America's growing army of mask fascists.

29 May 19:28 Breitbart 3148363492068006789.html
I’m giving MS the finger, but I admit, this disease has taught me resilience

29 May 20:10 1 article

I’m giving MS the finger, but I admit, this disease has taught me resilience

It’s easy to surrender to my circumstances and admit defeat. But I can’t help hoping for a cure for my multiple sclerosis, writes Sheri Astorino

29 May 20:10 The Globe and Mail 68426411787458490.html
Very early stage breast cancer ups risk for invasive tumors, study shows

29 May 20:26 1 article

Very early stage breast cancer ups risk for invasive tumors, study shows

Women with cancerous cells in their milk ducts -- also known as DCIS -- are at a high risk for developing fatal breast cancer, British researchers report.

29 May 20:26 UPI 8257973865423096801.html
This week’s passages

29 May 20:00 1 article

This week’s passages

Larry Kramer, 84, the playwright, screenwriter, essayist and AIDS activist whose raging protests against the government, medical establishment and even the gay community helped bring attention to the health crisis,...

29 May 20:00 The Seattle Times 9121942837294263472.html
The apocalyptic virus that would make COVID-19 seem irrelevant: Leading scientist warns of the danger of a pandemic triggered by chicken farms that could kill half the worlds population

29 May 21:07 1 article

The apocalyptic virus that would make COVID-19 seem irrelevant: Leading scientist warns of the danger of a pandemic triggered by chicken farms that could kill half the world's population

This apocalyptic warning comes from Dr Michael Greger, a scientist, medical guru and campaigning nutritionist. His conclusion is that our close connection to animals makes us vulnerable. 

29 May 21:07 Mail Online 124328112101408483.html
Gov Emmanuel commissions 300-bed space Isolation centre

29 May 23:55 1 article

Gov Emmanuel commissions 300-bed space Isolation centre

By Chioma Onuegbu, Uyo Governor Udom Emmanuel yesterday commissioned a 300- bed space infectious disease Isolation and treatment center, Ituk Mbang, Uruan local government area as part of activities to mark the first anniversary of his second term in office. Speaking at the inauguration of the project on Friday, Emmanuel assured that the center whichRead More

29 May 23:55 Vanguard News 4125100340800330878.html
Why Moderna Stock Jumped 10.7% Today

29 May 23:21 1 article

Why Moderna Stock Jumped 10.7% Today

The biotech is beginning a new study for its experimental COVID-19 vaccine.

29 May 23:21 The Motley Fool 2231313658461315492.html
RBI extends Rupee Co-op Bank licence by 3 months

29 May 23:38 1 article

RBI extends Rupee Co-op Bank licence by 3 months

In a statement issued by the bank, Sudhir Pandit, chairman, board of administrators, said that the bank has till date recovered Rs 258.11 crore and has registered an aggregate profit of Rs 53.19 crore during the last four years.

29 May 23:38 The Financial Express 1288289581462408327.html
Hall of Fame Running Back Has Been Diagnosed With Cancer

29 May 22:17 1 article

Hall of Fame Running Back Has Been Diagnosed With Cancer

Hall of Fame running back Floyd Little, who rose to prominence with Syracuse and the Denver Broncos, has been diagnosed with cancer.

29 May 22:17 The Spun 9122471848515530284.html
Scientists Simulate Unmanned Aircraft Striking, Deflecting Asteroid From Earth

29 May 22:18 1 article

Scientists Simulate Unmanned Aircraft Striking, Deflecting Asteroid From Earth

Researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences have come up with a novel way to deflect asteroids from Earth by having unmanned vehicles collide with the threatening...

29 May 22:18 Sputniknews 967333868328586941.html
REVEALED: Kogi’s index case is chief imam of Kabba

29 May 22:00 1 article

REVEALED: Kogi’s index case is chief imam of Kabba

The community in Kogi from which the index case of the coronavirus was recorded says the virus was contracted within the state.

29 May 22:00 TheCable 7513571675881676509.html
Petty officer reprimanded, fined for faking medical documentation

29 May 22:20 1 article

Petty officer reprimanded, fined for faking medical documentation

A petty officer who tried to hide his depression and substance abuse by falsifying medical documents to explain absences from work has received a severe reprimand and a $3,000 fine. On Friday, . . .

29 May 22:20 Times Colonist 7617512061149690411.html
Angus Kebbell talks to a Hurunui River dairy farmer and DOCs chief scientist about how land use changes brought by irrigation are changing the river catchment water quality

29 May 22:30 1 article

Angus Kebbell talks to a Hurunui River dairy farmer and DOC's chief scientist about how land use changes brought by irrigation are changing the river catchment water quality

Angus Kebbell talks to a Hurunui River dairy farmer and DOC's chief scientist about how land use changes brought by irrigation are changing the river catchment water quality

29 May 22:30 interest.co.nz 6454226277491753694.html
Harry and Meghan distressed over drone, and William’s anxiety tips

29 May 22:02 1 article

Harry and Meghan distressed over drone, and William’s anxiety tips

A low-flying drone spying on Harry and Meghan has the couple concerned for the safety of their young son, while Prince William opens up about mental health.

29 May 22:02 The New Daily 5848147786266269090.html
Major Market Indicators Report June 2020: Downshifting To Neutral

29 May 22:08 1 article

Major Market Indicators Report June 2020: Downshifting To Neutral

U.S. equity markets stage a V-shaped recovery as our indicators shift down to neutral. Our risk adjusted fair value target on the S&P 500 is 3,080, representing

29 May 22:08 Seeking Alpha 5725634557241514983.html
At AIIMS, 206 cases among healthcare workers but most have recovered

29 May 19:48 1 article

At AIIMS, 206 cases among healthcare workers but most have recovered

The country’s top medical institute has a manpower of 20,000 people, which includes administration, faculty, doctors, nurses, paramedics, as well as outsourced workers.

29 May 19:48 The Indian Express 2885715105229826780.html
Google Pixel Buds 2 users are suffering with audio issues - Gizchina.com

29 May 22:48 1 article

Google Pixel Buds 2 users are suffering with audio issues - Gizchina.com

According to reports from several Pixel Buds 2 owners, the earphones are losing audio very often. Google is working on a software fix.

29 May 22:48 Gizchina 5392375274795470311.html
Need a dental check-up? Youll have to wait until 2021! Huge backlog of urgent cases will mean patients will not get an appointment until next year, dentists warn

29 May 22:55 1 article

Need a dental check-up? You'll have to wait until 2021! Huge backlog of urgent cases will mean patients will not get an appointment until next year, dentists warn

With clinics only able to see a few patients a day, even those with severe toothache will be left waiting up to two months, according to the British Dental Association.

29 May 22:55 Mail Online 124328111438117339.html
Coronavirus in Mumbai: Nurse attacked attacked with cricket bat for being a ‘spreader’

29 May 21:46 1 article

Coronavirus in Mumbai: Nurse attacked attacked with cricket bat for being a ‘spreader’

29 May 21:46 Free Press Journal 9080771787132289794.html
Ilhan Omar had ‘Britney Spears-style meltdown’ after first marriage ended

29 May 21:43 1 article

Ilhan Omar had ‘Britney Spears-style meltdown’ after first marriage ended

Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar addresses feverish speculation over her messy personal life in a new autobiography where she describes a “Britney Spears-style meltdown” after leaving her first

29 May 21:43 New York Post 7654946768456677303.html
Coronavirus Scotland: Professor Jason Leitch says his ‘herd immunity’ remarks were mangled

29 May 21:13 1 article

Coronavirus Scotland: Professor Jason Leitch says his ‘herd immunity’ remarks were mangled

PROFESSOR Jason Leitch has stressed his “herd immunity” remarks had been mangled — branding any suggestion he’d wanted people to die as “false and upsetting”. The national clinical director said re…

29 May 21:13 The Scottish Sun 6609127673447087287.html
Aldon Smith opens up about what inspired him to seek recovery from addictiont

29 May 21:22 1 article

Aldon Smith opens up about what inspired him to seek recovery from addictiont

It’s been nearly five years since Aldon Smith last played in the NFL, but the Cowboys took a flyer on the pass rusher, and if he’s cleared, he could take the field again this season. It…

29 May 21:22 The Sports Daily 5871911277704159031.html
A steaming cauldron follows the dinosaurs demise

29 May 21:41 1 article

A steaming cauldron follows the dinosaurs' demise

A new study reveals the Chicxulub impact crater may have harbored a vast and long-lived hydrothermal system after the catastrophic impact event linked to the extinction of dinosaurs 66 million years ago.

29 May 21:41 phys.org 3476726123693274266.html
Scientists develop method to help epidemiologists map spread of COVID-19

29 May 21:33 1 article

Scientists develop method to help epidemiologists map spread of COVID-19

Rochester Institute of Technology scientists have developed a method they believe will help epidemiologists more efficiently predict the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Their new study, published in ...

29 May 21:33 phys.org 3476726124591184958.html
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba Has Done Truly Incredible This Year

29 May 21:30 1 article

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba Has Done Truly Incredible This Year

Debuting in 2016, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba has sold 60 million print copies. Amazingly, between May 17 and November 18 of last year, it has sold 45.29 million print copies....

29 May 21:30 Kotaku Australia 2018810247342209724.html
Im a Psychologist, and Here Are 5 Things I Often Think During Therapy

29 May 21:23 1 article

I'm a Psychologist, and Here Are 5 Things I Often Think During Therapy

I'm a clinical psychologist specializing in evidence-based psychotherapies for anxiety, depression, and trauma in teens and adults. The nature of the

29 May 21:23 POPSUGAR Fitness 1694745613705157566.html
Emily Lloyd enchanted us in Wish You Were Here - then suffered years of mental turmoil. Now she makes a shattering confession: People thought fame was to blame. In truth I was hiding the cruel abuse I suffered.... by my stepfather

29 May 21:04 1 article

Emily Lloyd enchanted us in Wish You Were Here - then suffered years of mental turmoil. Now she makes a shattering confession: 'People thought fame was to blame. In truth I was hiding the cruel abuse I suffered.... by my stepfather'

Emily was 18 when she finally confessed to her family that she had suffered years of 'horrendous' abuse which started when she was five.

29 May 21:04 Mail Online 124328111294087553.html
HoloLens used to protect staff at London hospital from coronavirus exposure

29 May 22:40 1 article

HoloLens used to protect staff at London hospital from coronavirus exposure

A major teaching hospital on London, UK, is using the Microsoft HoloLens on its COVID-19 wards to keep doctors safer as they help patients with the virus. Staff at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust are wearing the HoloLens with Dynamics 365 Remote Assist using Microsoft Teams to send a secure live video-feed to a computer screen […]

29 May 22:40 MSPoweruser 1651641549754107667.html
Turkey: Despite the downside surprise of 1Q GDP, we still maintain 0% 2020 GDP forecast – BBVA

29 May 16:52 1 article

Turkey: Despite the downside surprise of 1Q GDP, we still maintain 0% 2020 GDP forecast – BBVA

According to the Research Department at BBVA, despite the downside surprise of 1Q GDP in Turkey, they still maintain a 2020 GDP forecast of 0%, with r

29 May 16:52 FXStreet 4480975640161916541.html
The Country Is Reopening. My Patients Are Still Suffering.

29 May 19:18 1 article

The Country Is Reopening. My Patients Are Still Suffering.

Nursing home residents. Cabdrivers. Immigrants. Covid-19 has become a disease of the vulnerable.

29 May 19:18 NY Times 1961078289495294480.html
Your AI Chatbot Therapist Isn’t Sure What It’s Doing

29 May 18:00 1 article

Your AI Chatbot Therapist Isn’t Sure What It’s Doing

In 1966, Joseph Weizenbaum created Eliza, the first psychotherapy chatbot. Eliza’s programming was relatively simple: Engage the user by detecting keywords in their statements and reflect this information back at them as an open-ended prompt. (A user might say “I’m sad,” to which Eliza could respond, “I’m sorry to hear you are sad.”)

29 May 18:00 Gizmodo UK 8363059001765832753.html
The Week In Payments: How Businesses Can Navigate The Road To Recovery

29 May 17:00 1 article

The Week In Payments: How Businesses Can Navigate The Road To Recovery

In this week's payment news: Could voice authentication, digital banking and alternate payment terms help businesses meet the current challenges?

29 May 17:00 PYMNTS.com 7357138826332550428.html
Explore the history and future of America in space with Fox Nation

29 May 17:18 1 article

Explore the history and future of America in space with Fox Nation

As the world awaits the launch of NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken to the International Space Station, Fox Nation is giving its subscribers access to an extensive library of shows that explore America's history and future in space.

29 May 17:18 Fox News 7362823819635821541.html
George Floyd case revives qualified immunity debate, as Supreme Court could soon take up issue

29 May 17:47 1 article

George Floyd case revives 'qualified immunity' debate, as Supreme Court could soon take up issue

Qualified immunity is a concept developed by the Supreme Court that gives government officials immunity from harms caused by their actions under a large number of circumstances that may happen as they perform their official duties.

29 May 17:47 Fox News 7362823819695306379.html
Environment clearance for diversion of forest land for govt. medical college

29 May 17:29 1 article

Environment clearance for diversion of forest land for govt. medical college

One of the last remaining green spaces within town will be destroyed: activists

29 May 17:29 The Hindu 6679535024429914474.html
Scientists are raising questions about a new study suggesting hydroxychloroquine is deadly

29 May 17:00 1 article

Scientists are raising questions about a new study suggesting hydroxychloroquine is deadly

A growing body of research finds the antimalarial doesn’t help hospitalized coronavirus patients.

29 May 17:00 Vox 6416095788600616538.html
Omega Healthcare: This Outperformer Is Undervalued With An 8.7% Yield

29 May 17:46 1 article

Omega Healthcare: This Outperformer Is Undervalued With An 8.7% Yield

Omega Healthcare has a strong track record with market beating returns. The current share price offers an attractive entry point with a strong going-in yield. M

29 May 17:46 Seeking Alpha 5725634557186471736.html
Hamilton Accies boss presents top to 89-year-old fan who lost daughter to cancer

29 May 17:11 1 article

Hamilton Accies boss presents top to 89-year-old fan who lost daughter to cancer

Accies superfan George Hosie has been recovering from the loss of his daughter and suffering a mini-stroke

29 May 17:11 dailyrecord 552235479423352469.html
NIH funding supports research on first therapeutic drug to regenerate heart tissue

29 May 17:35 1 article

NIH funding supports research on first therapeutic drug to regenerate heart tissue

With funding from the National Institutes of Health, University of Arkansas researchers hope to develop the first therapeutic drug that can regenerate heart tissue.

29 May 17:35 News-Medical.net 4522523031500946980.html
NCL team helps control leaked gas from tanker

29 May 17:15 1 article

NCL team helps control leaked gas from tanker

The leaked gas was identified as acetic acid, which has a boiling point at 118 degrees Celsius, is highly corrosive and can be toxic when inhaled.

29 May 17:15 The Indian Express 2885715105305212312.html
PMC to focus anti-Covid effort on senior citizens, comorbid patients in containment zones

29 May 17:26 1 article

PMC to focus anti-Covid effort on senior citizens, comorbid patients in containment zones

Those in the high risk group include people with high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma or tuberculosis, kidney ailment, obesity, cancer and pregnant women.

29 May 17:26 The Indian Express 2885715105824668547.html
Can I go for a bike ride with my friends during the pandemic?

29 May 17:36 1 article

Can I go for a bike ride with my friends during the pandemic?

With more people escaping self-isolation for a springtime bike ride, infectious disease specialists say cycling may be one of the safer choices for outdoor activities during the COVID-19 pandemic.

29 May 17:36 Coronavirus 2422791598757617663.html
Apple comes out swinging against Tile after EU complaint

29 May 17:55 1 article

Apple comes out swinging against Tile after EU complaint

Apple claims it’s just protecting users.

29 May 17:55 The Verge 1337119303975359641.html
Slaughterhouses: You don’t have to eat to survive

29 May 16:41 1 article

Slaughterhouses: You don’t have to eat to survive

Re: “Meat industry is trying to get back to normal, but workers are still getting sick”: : Instead of intensifying the debate between accelerating the reopening of slaughterhouses...

29 May 16:41 The Seattle Times 9121942837782100830.html
Elgar Parishad case: Activist Varavara Rao admitted to hospital in Mumbai

29 May 16:53 1 article

Elgar Parishad case: Activist Varavara Rao admitted to hospital in Mumbai

Taloja Jail authorities said Rao was being treated at the medical facility within the jail, but his condition did not improve for three days.

29 May 16:53 Scroll.in 8669301693525820901.html
EU promises billions to help companies weather the impact of Covid-19

29 May 16:34 1 article

EU promises billions to help companies weather the impact of Covid-19

Investment will focus on healthcare, space, defence, digital and green technologies

29 May 16:34 The Irish Times 8204772967943603242.html
‘Wicked and unrepentant’ paedophile, 78, who raped and sexually abused two girls dies of cancer in jail

29 May 16:12 1 article

‘Wicked and unrepentant’ paedophile, 78, who raped and sexually abused two girls dies of cancer in jail

FORMER soldier Roger Lee, 78, passed away in a hospice days after being transferred from Risley jail, in Cheshire. He had been suffering from cancer. His death is not being treated as coronavirus related.

29 May 16:12 The Sun 7379604593414515311.html
History, music and traditions - touring Ireland with the Begley’s

29 May 16:50 1 article

History, music and traditions - touring Ireland with the Begley’s

A father and son trip this TG4 brings viewers on a ride filled with fascinating viewing, riveting music, beautiful scenery in Ireland. If you are immune to the charms of Normal People, the smash hit series on Hulu about young love set in Sligo and Dublin...

29 May 16:50 IrishCentral 7319968745245750070.html
No fines issued over two large family gatherings tied to COVID-19 outbreak in Saskatoon

29 May 16:04 1 article

No fines issued over two large family gatherings tied to COVID-19 outbreak in Saskatoon

Province’s chief medical health officer says officials decided education and compliance were the right course of action

29 May 16:04 The Globe and Mail 68426410712931302.html
Is flying safe right now? Experts break down the risks associated with boarding a flight during COVID-19.

29 May 16:27 1 article

Is flying safe right now? Experts break down the risks associated with boarding a flight during COVID-19.

We asked an infectious disease doctor, an ER doctor, a medical advisor for an aviation trade association, a pilot, and industry experts: is flying safe right now?

29 May 16:27 Business Insider 6060062399493487845.html
ACLU Sues Tech Firm To Halt Unlawful, Privacy-Destroying Facial Recognition Activities

29 May 16:16 1 article

ACLU Sues Tech Firm To Halt 'Unlawful, Privacy-Destroying' Facial Recognition Activities

by Jessica Corbett, staff writer

29 May 16:16 SCOOP 5315658999176122463.html
Reminder: Moonlighters ;Huge; DLC Expansion Launches On Switch Today

29 May 16:00 1 article

Reminder: Moonlighter's "Huge" DLC Expansion Launches On Switch Today

As the game sells one million copies

29 May 16:00 Nintendo Life 5246707018857927445.html
Students in Bunyangabu decry low accessibility to learning materials

29 May 13:40 1 article

Students in Bunyangabu decry low accessibility to learning materials

Bunyangabu, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Students in Bunyangabu district have failed to access learning materials being distributed by the Ministry of Education. The materials were distributed by the Ministry of Education and Sports to maintain learning even as schools remain closed as a result of coronavirus disease – COVID-19. Moses Sunday Rubalema, the Bunyangabu District …

29 May 13:40 The Independent Uganda: 5099025989049770502.html
More Than 10 Million Download Free Uncharted, Journey During Coronavirus Crisis

29 May 17:38 1 article

More Than 10 Million Download Free Uncharted, Journey During Coronavirus Crisis

Sony to support around 100 affected indie developers

29 May 17:38 Push Square 8538862519235077125.html
Did an asteroid create life on Earth? Scientists float theory after finding impact that wiped out the dinosaurs created a network of waterways 2,300ft below the crater

29 May 18:00 1 article

Did an asteroid create life on Earth? Scientists float theory after finding impact that wiped out the dinosaurs created a network of waterways 2,300ft below the crater

Researchers took soil samples from the Chicxulub crater that is buried underneath the Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico that was left behind by dinosaur asteroid.

29 May 18:00 Mail Online 124328111712706447.html
Sonoma Pharmaceuticals News: SNOA Stock Skyrockets 117% on COVID-19 Disinfectant

29 May 18:37 1 article

Sonoma Pharmaceuticals News: SNOA Stock Skyrockets 117% on COVID-19 Disinfectant

Sonoma Pharmaceuticals (SNOA) is in the news Friday after approval for a disinfectant of the novel coronavirus sent SNOA stock skyrocketing.

29 May 18:37 InvestorPlace 24614509958905283.html
Quest for COVID-19 vaccines: Where they stand

29 May 18:56 1 article

Quest for COVID-19 vaccines: Where they stand

May 29 (UPI) -- As the worldwide death toll from the novel coronavirus continues to rise, scientists across the globe are racing to find a vaccine.

29 May 18:56 UPI 8257973864900311221.html
Wild salmon in two rivers reported to have symptoms of red skin disease

29 May 18:48 1 article

Wild salmon in two rivers reported to have symptoms of red skin disease

Fish with infection should not be taken from the water, authorities warn

29 May 18:48 The Irish Times 8204772968246213810.html
Denial of medical seats for OBCs takes political turn

29 May 18:37 1 article

Denial of medical seats for OBCs takes political turn

Former union health minister, Dr Anbumani Ramadoss filed a case in the SC on the refusal to allot adequate number of seats for OBCs

29 May 18:37 Deccan Chronicle 7881006363996735773.html
SES details LEO constellation and expanded MEO constellation to FCC

29 May 18:50 1 article

SES details LEO constellation and expanded MEO constellation to FCC

SES proposed a low Earth orbit constellation to the U.S. Federal Communications Commission that, if built, would make the company an operator of satellites in low, medium and geostationary orbits. 

29 May 18:50 SpaceNews 7631243600184928051.html
US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests sweeping changes to offices

29 May 18:00 1 article

US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests sweeping changes to offices

If followed, the guidelines would lead to a far-reaching remaking of the corporate work experience. They even upend years of advice on commuting, urging people to drive to work by themselves, instead of taking mass transportation or carpooling, to avoid potential exposure to the virus.

29 May 18:00 The Economic Times 7653256037299406586.html
DNA helps solve Colorado womans cold case rape, murder after 50 years

29 May 18:38 1 article

DNA helps solve Colorado woman's cold case rape, murder after 50 years

Colorado investigators used DNA and genetic genealogy to solve the rape and murder of a 23-year-old Denver woman five decades ago.

29 May 18:38 Fox News 7362823821151037042.html
2020’s oil recovery seen a bit slower, 2021 demand cut

29 May 18:45 1 article

2020’s oil recovery seen a bit slower, 2021 demand cut

2020’s oil recovery seen a bit slower, 2021 demand cut

29 May 18:45 Saudi Gazette 6913978434490047470.html
Webinar focusses on post-COVID scenario

29 May 18:11 1 article

Webinar focusses on post-COVID scenario

'Government should spend more on science and technology'

29 May 18:11 The Hindu 6679535026340459867.html
At BIIRD, robots to turn physiotherapists

29 May 18:45 1 article

At BIIRD, robots to turn physiotherapists

TTD-run orthopaedic hospital gets approval to purchase hi-tech equipment

29 May 18:45 The Hindu 6679535026144974718.html
‘Didn’t cap N95 prices to prevent mass buying’

29 May 18:09 1 article

‘Didn’t cap N95 prices to prevent mass buying’

Centre files affidavit in High Court

29 May 18:09 The Hindu 6679535025449848967.html
ITC to use Amway network to sell juices as coronavirus pushes demand for immunity boosters

29 May 19:13 1 article

ITC to use Amway network to sell juices as coronavirus pushes demand for immunity boosters

FMCG major ITC has partnered with direct selling company Amway to retail its range of juices as demand for immunity building products witness a boom during the coronavirus pandemic.

29 May 19:13 The Financial Express 1288289580857794828.html
Pvt. medical, dental colleges term fee stipulated by govt. as unviable

29 May 18:54 1 article

Pvt. medical, dental colleges term fee stipulated by govt. as unviable

Say they will not admit students in PG courses in 2020-21

29 May 18:54 The Hindu 6679535025319496380.html
We have taken healthcare to people’s doorstep: Jagan

29 May 18:21 1 article

We have taken healthcare to people’s doorstep: Jagan

‘Aarogyasri coverage will be incrementally increased by November’

29 May 18:21 The Hindu 6679535024784982693.html
Transfusion expertise tilts scales in favour of SVIMS

29 May 18:39 1 article

Transfusion expertise tilts scales in favour of SVIMS

Stage set for experimental plasma therapy in COVID hospital

29 May 18:39 The Hindu 6679535024833453463.html
80-year-old tests positive for SARS-CoV-2

29 May 18:19 1 article

80-year-old tests positive for SARS-CoV-2

She had reached Kochi by train from Mumbai on Thursday morning

29 May 18:19 The Hindu 6679535024340595484.html
The Worlds Chonkiest Plane Is Fighting COVID-19

29 May 18:22 1 article

The World's Chonkiest Plane Is Fighting COVID-19

The Soviets made it to carry spacecraft. Now it's zooming medical supplies around the globe.

29 May 18:22 Atlas Obscura 58081918171838889.html
Contest: Win a physical copy of Arcade Spirits for Switch or PS4

29 May 18:30 1 article

Contest: Win a physical copy of Arcade Spirits for Switch or PS4

In today's contest you can win a physical PS4 or Switch copy of visual novel Arcade Spirits! The last true arcade I remember seeing was an Aladdin's Castle at the mall in Virginia Beach. I have fond memories of going there and wasting away ...

29 May 18:30 Destructoid 5545714966684739521.html
Bodies Of Priest, His Son Recovered From Temple In UPs Sambhal District

29 May 18:21 1 article

Bodies Of Priest, His Son Recovered From Temple In UP's Sambhal District

The bodies of a priest and his son were found at a temple in a village in Uttar Pradesh's Sambhal district, police said on Friday.

29 May 18:21 NDTV.com 5090057682405798232.html
Textile garment workers worst hit by COVID-19 – NUTGTWN

29 May 18:09 1 article

Textile garment workers worst hit by COVID-19 – NUTGTWN

The President, National Union of Textile Garment and Tailoring Workers of Nigeria (NUTGTWN), Comrade John Adaji has said that workers

29 May 18:09 Vanguard News 4125100339221065561.html
DPO, policemen face disciplinary action for assaulting medical doctor

29 May 18:47 1 article

DPO, policemen face disciplinary action for assaulting medical doctor

The Divisional Police Officer (DPO) of Okada and some of his men are facing disciplinary action for assaulting and detaining a member of staff

29 May 18:47 Latest Nigeria News, Nigerian Newspapers, Politics 2658445901067319074.html
There’s Still Time to Buy the Disney Stock Dip

29 May 18:49 1 article

There’s Still Time to Buy the Disney Stock Dip

DIS stock is up nearly 20% in May. The reason? The country is reopening. And as it does, Disney gets to showcase the power of its brand.

29 May 18:49 InvestorPlace 24614509182745728.html
Why Virgin Galactic Is Still Dreaming of Space Travel

29 May 18:44 1 article

Why Virgin Galactic Is Still Dreaming of Space Travel

Although the markets are turning positive, several fundamental factors are conspiring against Virgin Galactic.

29 May 18:44 InvestorPlace 24614510716630660.html
Chennai Metro to install foot-operated lifts

29 May 18:51 1 article

Chennai Metro to install foot-operated lifts

In an effort to control the spread of COVID-19, Chennai Metro will soon install foot-operated elevators in its stations. A prototype has been installed in the admin building at Koyambedu. The foot-ope

29 May 18:51 The Hindu 6679535025266790628.html
Commentary: COVID Immunity Passport No More Reliable Than a Coin Flip

29 May 13:37 1 article

Commentary: COVID 'Immunity Passport' No More Reliable Than a Coin Flip

For most of us, a positive COVID-19 antibody test would correspond to a 50/50 chance that we actually have antibodies against the virus. Dr F. Perry Wilson explains.

29 May 13:37 WebMD 4010151887600637280.html
Flattening the mental health curve is the next big coronavirus challenge

29 May 12:24 1 article

Flattening the mental health curve is the next big coronavirus challenge

A mental health crisis has begun, as social isolation from the coronavirus and loss of jobs, income and loved ones have left people reeling. A transformation of care is badly needed.

29 May 12:24 The Conversation 6012421226140670613.html
Bacteria breakthrough could lead to new biomaterials

29 May 13:16 1 article

Bacteria breakthrough could lead to new biomaterials

Physicists at the Australian National University (ANU) have found a way to manipulate the growth of bacterial biofilms—one of the most abundant forms of life on earth.

29 May 13:16 phys.org 3476726124186935413.html
The Left wields its Science Club

29 May 03:00 1 article

The Left wields its Science Club

When Michael Dukakis ran for president in 1988, he presented himself as a technocrat rather than a politician. Good government, he suggested, was about implementing what science and its derivatives, social science and the dismal science of economics, had shown to work. Technocratic solutions founded on science should, he implied, trump less tangible and more emotional phenomena such as optimism, the entrepreneurial spirit, and patriotism.

29 May 03:00 Washington Examiner 4625792333038581928.html
5-day Remdesivir dose works as well as the 10-day dose in COVID-19, study finds

29 May 03:58 1 article

5-day Remdesivir dose works as well as the 10-day dose in COVID-19, study finds

With more than 5.8 million people infected with the novel severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), the search is on for an effective SARS-CoV-2 vaccine or drug to treat COVID-19 disease.

29 May 03:58 News-Medical.net 4522523031453693400.html
A mislaid path for PAS — Liew Chin Tong

29 May 03:42 1 article

A mislaid path for PAS — Liew Chin Tong

MAY 29 — The existing arrangement of Muafakat Nasional between PAS and Umno is not as straightforward as one plus one equals two. There's more to this than meets the eye. As a political science student researching on PAS and later as a politician working closely with PAS leaders, I often lamented...

29 May 03:42 Malaymail 302165935926512589.html
Men’s health: Importance of regular health screening, medication adherence among Malaysians

29 May 03:23 1 article

Men’s health: Importance of regular health screening, medication adherence among Malaysians

KUALA LUMPUR, May 29 – In a world now affected by many non-communicable diseases, there is a need to encourage both genders to go for screening for diseases such as hypertension, diabetes and hyperlipidaemia and subsequently adhering to the treatment plan. Compliance with medication is of great...

29 May 03:23 Malaymail 302165935096580525.html
NCCCR continues to deliver high-quality services during COVID-19 pandemic

29 May 03:39 1 article

NCCCR continues to deliver high-quality services during COVID-19 pandemic

Hamad Medical Corporation’s National Center for Cancer Care and Research (NCCCR) continues to deliver highquality cancer services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Measures has been taken protect all vulnerable patients and limit the risk of exposure to patients and staff.

29 May 03:39 The Peninsula 1202843882995878744.html
Bacterial colonies of tumors could guide cancer care

29 May 02:18 1 article

Bacterial colonies of tumors could guide cancer care

The human body is teeming with bacteria, and a new study finds the same is true of many cancers -- raising questions about what role microbes might play in the diseases.

29 May 02:18 UPI 8257973864192606429.html
Plan on cards to keep tabs on migrants going home

29 May 02:13 1 article

Plan on cards to keep tabs on migrants going home

The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) is working on a new protocol for surveillance of migrants who moved home from cities to ensure that the infection doesnt spread in a new wave in villages.

29 May 02:13 The Economic Times 7653256036885721594.html
Ingraham decries outrageous behavior of officers in George Floyd death, bad actors rioting in Minneapolis

29 May 02:44 1 article

Ingraham decries 'outrageous' behavior of officers in George Floyd death, 'bad actors' rioting in Minneapolis

Laura Ingraham opened Thursday night's edition of "The Ingraham Angle" by responding to the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police officers, saying they had engaged in "outrageous and even perhaps murderous behavior" and calling the death of another African-American in police custody "infuriating and heartbreaking."

29 May 02:44 Fox News 7362823819711816331.html
Stockdale: Online abuse impacted my mental health

29 May 02:30 1 article

Stockdale: Online abuse impacted my mental health 

An unfortunate consequence of the world in which we currently live is that some people think that hurling online abuse at others is perfectly normal behaviour.

29 May 02:30 independent 5894610845266261499.html
Big firms lend hands to COVID-19 fight

29 May 02:10 1 article

Big firms lend hands to COVID-19 fight

The world faces unprecedented challenges brought by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.  It has changed the way communities, governments and businesses function, underscoring the importance of healthcare and public-private sector collaboration to help all communities affected by the crisis, especially those most vulnerable.  Providing unwavering assistance to the Filipino community, some of the country’s largest companies have joined the fight against COVID-19 in various and equally crucial ways. SM Group  The SM group of companies has donated over P170 million for medical sup-plies for hospitals combatting COVID-19 nationwide. The donation includes personal protective equipment such as suits, face shields, gloves, N95 and sur-gical masks and goggles, among others.  It is also shifting its focus to digital channels in order to ensure the continuity of its programs. The group has various efforts in the education, agriculture and healthcare as well as partnerships with brands like Goldilocks and Uniqlo…

29 May 02:10 manilastandard.net 4715274784375683168.html
Biophysicists reveal molecular mechanism behind light-driven sodium pumping

29 May 02:36 1 article

Biophysicists reveal molecular mechanism behind light-driven sodium pumping

An international research team has for the first time obtained the structure of the light-sensitive sodium-pumping KR2 protein in its active state.

29 May 02:36 News-Medical.net 4522523031599547534.html
Cardiac surgery stalled as novel coronavirus spread

29 May 02:02 1 article

Cardiac surgery stalled as novel coronavirus spread

As the novel coronavirus spread across the globe in early 2020, hospitals worldwide scaled back medical procedures, including life-saving heart surgery, to deal with the emerging threat of COVID-19.

29 May 02:02 News-Medical.net 4522523030594279036.html
Covidiots: Here in my backyard

29 May 03:25 1 article

Covidiots: Here in my backyard

There is an elephant in the room. The pesky flu is all over town. Old and kids, rich and poor, are all, included in its tour. If you fail to self-isolate,

29 May 03:25 Greater Kashmir 4662909091897880930.html
Brazilian researchers design low-cost mechanical ventilators

29 May 02:05 1 article

Brazilian researchers design low-cost mechanical ventilators

A group of researchers at the University of São Paulo's Engineering School (POLI-USP) in Brazil have developed a mechanical ventilator that costs only approximately 7% as much as a conventional ventilator.

29 May 02:05 News-Medical.net 4522523031120262489.html
New Research: Surgeries held up, how long to clear backlog?

29 May 02:39 1 article

New Research: Surgeries held up, how long to clear backlog?

To help ease the backlog, lead author Dr Amit Jain has proposed several strategies to increase surgical throughput, including more use of telemedicine.

29 May 02:39 The Indian Express 2885715103873080020.html
Ontarios strict rules for reopening dental clinics differ from other provinces

29 May 02:29 1 article

Ontario's strict rules for reopening dental clinics differ from other provinces

For dentists in Ontario, reopening their clinics means fulfilling a long list of expensive safety requirements that could be challenging to meet.

29 May 02:29 Coronavirus 2422791597597737555.html
COP26 climate talks pushed back to November 2021

29 May 02:03 1 article

COP26 climate talks pushed back to November 2021

The UN's climate science advisory panel makes it clear that time is not on our side

29 May 02:03 Rappler 1882105643802513405.html
Patients share beds as coronavirus cases overwhelm Mumbai’s hospitals

29 May 02:00 1 article

Patients share beds as coronavirus cases overwhelm Mumbai’s hospitals

As India’s pandemic continues, in some areas the healthcare system is close to collapse

29 May 02:00 the Guardian 1491978795156339065.html
Co Armagh mums death robbed family after cancer treatment halted due to Covid-19

29 May 01:00 1 article

Co Armagh mum's death 'robbed' family after cancer treatment halted due to Covid-19

THE family of a Co Armagh woman who died following a battle with cancer have said she will be remembered as a "real lady".

29 May 01:00 The Irish News 993066964330756.html
West Belfast father died from cancer days after meeting first grandchild

29 May 01:00 1 article

West Belfast father died from cancer days after meeting first grandchild

A WEST Belfast father has lost a year-long battle with cancer just two days after the joy of meeting his first grandchild.

29 May 01:00 The Irish News 993066257423425.html
7 shot at Louisville protest over fatal police shooting

29 May 01:29 1 article

7 shot at Louisville protest over fatal police shooting

Taylor, a 26-year-old emergency medical tech, was shot eight times on March 13 after Louisville narcotics detectives knocked down the front door. No drugs were found in the home.

29 May 01:29 KNOE 8 News 9048639190930191409.html
Rep. Tim Ryans Big Idea: Giving Americans a mental timeout

29 May 01:55 1 article

Rep. Tim Ryan's Big Idea: Giving Americans a mental timeout

The Big Idea is a series that asks top lawmakers and officials to discuss their moonshot — what’s the one proposal, if politics and polls and even price tag were not an issue, they’d implement to change the country for the better?

29 May 01:55 Fox News 7362823820976503647.html
Where does stress live in the brain? Scientists may have the answer

29 May 01:41 1 article

Where does stress live in the brain? Scientists may have the answer

A new study from scientists at Yale University have found where stress lives in the brain.

29 May 01:41 Fox News 7362823819731702424.html
Jason Kenney faces criticism for incorrectly referring to COVID-19 as ‘influenza’

29 May 01:20 1 article

Jason Kenney faces criticism for incorrectly referring to COVID-19 as ‘influenza’

Alberta premier repeatedly said the novel coronavirus is a minimal threat to most people, while experts disagree

29 May 01:20 The Globe and Mail 68426410442104981.html
Oncologists highlight the need for more palliative care training

29 May 01:53 1 article

Oncologists highlight the need for more palliative care training

Oncologists who practice and teach at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center are calling on medical oncology training programs to invest substantially more time educating physicians about palliative care and how to talk to patients about "bad news."

29 May 01:53 News-Medical.net 4522523030424545035.html
Temple research suggests new way to prevent abdominal aortic aneurysm therapeutically

29 May 01:00 1 article

Temple research suggests new way to prevent abdominal aortic aneurysm therapeutically

The main thoroughfare that carries oxygen-rich blood from the heart to the abdomen is known as the abdominal aorta.

29 May 01:00 News-Medical.net 4522523030063196284.html
Ludwig Cancer Research study profiles immune landscape of brain tumors

29 May 02:20 1 article

Ludwig Cancer Research study profiles immune landscape of brain tumors

A Ludwig Cancer Research study has profiled, in a sweeping comparative analysis, the distinct immune landscapes of tumors that arise in the brain, or gliomas, and those that metastasize to the organ from the lungs, breast and skin.

29 May 02:20 News-Medical.net 4522523030515410395.html
Nanoscope received NIH grant to advance ultrafast laser-based gene delivery to the retina

29 May 01:57 1 article

Nanoscope received NIH grant to advance ultrafast laser-based gene delivery to the retina

The Nanoscope team has developed Multi-Characteristic Opsins to sensitize cells toward low level of white light so that vision is improved at ambient room light.

29 May 01:57 News-Medical.net 4522523030692049657.html
Bayanihan law draws support

29 May 03:10 1 article

Bayanihan law draws support

Two senators on Thursday filed separate bills to extend the validity of the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act, giving President Rodrigo Duterte more time during which he can realign appropriations under the national budget to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 pandemic.

29 May 03:10 manilastandard.net 4715274785038749118.html
Givealittle page raises money for drought-stricken Hawkes Bay farmers

29 May 04:19 1 article

Givealittle page raises money for drought-stricken Hawke's Bay farmers

"There is a massive and critical lack of feed, and some farmers are in dire situations, mentally exhausted and trying to keep stock alive."

29 May 04:19 Newshub 2131266986674628477.html
Coronavirus fears slow CRH blood donations – doc

29 May 05:29 1 article

Coronavirus fears slow CRH blood donations – doc

WESTERN BUREAU: Fears emanating from the COVID-19 pandemic have caused concerns about blood donations to spiral at Cornwall Regional, the hospital’s senior medical officer has said. Dr Derrick Harvey made the observation during an interview with...

29 May 05:29 The Gleaner 1215260529801629141.html
Dialysis and COVID-19, a scary mix for renal patients

29 May 05:15 1 article

Dialysis and COVID-19, a scary mix for renal patients

Western Bureau: The advent of COVID-19 has created a new challenge for diabetic patients with end-stage renal disease as, despite their conditions, they are forced, at least twice per week, to operate within the restrictions as it relates to social...

29 May 05:15 The Gleaner 1215260528918637027.html
COVID deaths rock Bronx church with large J’can congregation

29 May 05:30 1 article

COVID deaths rock Bronx church with large J’can congregation

With 21 reported deaths from COVID-19, a Bronx church that serves a large Jamaican community has been hit hard by the disease. St Luke’s Episcopal Church, located on Barnes Avenue and East 222nd Street in the Northeast section of the Bronx, also...

29 May 05:30 The Gleaner 1215260528808708512.html
15-year-old hit by brain tumour needs help

29 May 05:22 1 article

15-year-old hit by brain tumour needs help

WESTERN BUREAU: Fifteen-year-old Anchovy High School student Kaylia Pinnock is in desperate need of help to get medical attention for a grade two brain tumour, which has left her facing an uncertain future and plunging her mother, Velma Latchman,...

29 May 05:22 The Gleaner 1215260528306112807.html
SARS-CoV-2 possibly emerged from shuffling and selection of viral genes across different species

29 May 04:00 1 article

SARS-CoV-2 possibly emerged from shuffling and selection of viral genes across different species

A combination of genetic shuffling and evolutionary selection of near-identical genetic sequences among specific bat and pangolin coronaviruses may have led to the evolution of SARS-CoV-2.

29 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232469624011529.html
Images in neurology: Brain of patient with COVID-19, smell loss

29 May 04:00 1 article

Images in neurology: Brain of patient with COVID-19, smell loss

This case report describes a 25-year-old female radiographer with no significant medical history who had been working in a COVID-19 ward who presented with a mild dry cough that lasted for one day, followed by persistent severe anosmia (loss of smell) and dysgeusia (an impaired sense of taste).

29 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232469581999141.html
Scientists develop sorbent for purifying water from radioactive elements

29 May 04:00 1 article

Scientists develop sorbent for purifying water from radioactive elements

Scientists from Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) in collaboration with colleagues from the Institute of Chemistry FEB RAS come up with a smart technology for the synthesis of sorbent based on a ''tungsten bronze'' compound powder (Na2WO4) aimed to purify industrial and drinking water from hazardous radionuclides cesium (137Cs), and strontium (90Sr), as well as for effective processing of liquid radioactive waste. A related article appears in the Journal of Materials Science.

29 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232469643343388.html
Blood test as a potential new weapon in the fight to eliminate malaria

29 May 04:00 1 article

Blood test as a potential new weapon in the fight to eliminate malaria

An international collaborative team from PROS Ehime University and CellFee Science, Japan; the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, Australia; Pasteur Institute, France; and Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics, Switzerland developed a new diagnostic blood test which detects recent exposure to 'vivax' malaria. The new test can also identify people who may harbor dormant liver-stage malaria parasites, which can cause illness. This new diagnostic approach has the potential to enhance malaria surveillance and accelerate elimination.

29 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232469363301525.html
Study reveals factors influencing outcomes in kidney cancer treated with immunotherapy

29 May 04:00 1 article

Study reveals factors influencing outcomes in kidney cancer treated with immunotherapy

By analyzing tumors from patients treated with immunotherapy for advanced kidney cancer in three clinical trials, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute scientists have identified several features of the tumors that influence their response to immune checkpoint inhibitor drugs.

29 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232468825501616.html
New streamlined assay can improve prenatal detection of alpha-thalassemia

29 May 04:00 1 article

New streamlined assay can improve prenatal detection of alpha-thalassemia

In a report in The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics, published by Elsevier, researchers describe a rapid, accurate novel assay for nondeletional alpha-thalassemia genotyping based on one-step nested asymmetric PCR melting curve analysis, which may enhance prenatal diagnosis, newborn screening, and large-scale population screening.

29 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232469092552746.html
Better outcomes, lower cost in first-ever oncology hospital at home evaluation

29 May 04:00 1 article

Better outcomes, lower cost in first-ever oncology hospital at home evaluation

Researchers at Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) at the University of Utah (U of U) presented the first outcomes evaluation of an adult oncology hospital-at-home program today at the 2020 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) annual meeting. The study evaluated patients participating in HCI's Huntsman at HomeTM. The data demonstrate strong evidence for this care model, showing improved patient outcomes, including reduced hospitalizations and decreased visits to the emergency department.

29 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232467653257921.html
Assessing cancer diagnosis in children with birth defects

29 May 04:00 1 article

Assessing cancer diagnosis in children with birth defects

In this study, led by Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children's Hospital, researchers provide a better understanding of cancer risk in children with birth defects.

29 May 04:00 EurekAlert! 8889232467839879051.html
Covid-19 study on hydroxychloroquine use questioned by 120 researchers and medical professionals

29 May 04:45 1 article

Covid-19 study on hydroxychloroquine use questioned by 120 researchers and medical professionals

Surgisphere issues public statement defending integrity of coronavirus study published in the Lancet

29 May 04:45 the Guardian 1491978795162921145.html
Leukemia drug nilotinib safe, shows promise against Alzheimers disease in trial

29 May 04:16 1 article

Leukemia drug nilotinib safe, shows promise against Alzheimer's disease in trial

May 29 (UPI) -- The leukemia drug nilotinib, which shows promise in reducing the effects of Alzheimer's disease, is safe and has minimal side effects when used at low doses, according to a small clinical trial published Friday in the journal Annals of Neurology.

29 May 04:16 UPI 8257973864811759036.html
The world is still far from herd immunity for coronavirus

29 May 04:47 1 article

The world is still far from herd immunity for coronavirus

In new studies that test the population more broadly, the percentage of people who have been infected so far is still in the single digits. The numbers are a fraction of the threshold known as herd immunity, at which the virus can no longer spread widely.

29 May 04:47 The Economic Times 7653256037705444590.html
Cancer, coronavirus are a dangerous mix, new studies find

29 May 04:00 1 article

Cancer, coronavirus are a dangerous mix, new studies find

New research shows how dangerous the coronavirus is for current and former cancer patients. Those who developed COVID-19 were much more likely to die within

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$50k donation for healthcare

29 May 04:00 1 article

$50k donation for healthcare

Kelowna Chevrolet has made a $50,000 donation to the Our Students, Your Health campaign.

29 May 04:00 Castanet 616068602959949284.html
Shorter 5-day course of remdesivir works as well as 10-day: Gilead study

29 May 04:24 1 article

Shorter 5-day course of remdesivir works as well as 10-day: Gilead study

SAN FRANCISCO, California: Gilead Sciences Inc, which has suggested that a shorter treatment duration could extend limited supplies of its drug ...

29 May 04:24 CNA 5644198863169400012.html
Karnataka on alert over locust invasion

29 May 04:12 1 article

Karnataka on alert over locust invasion

Entomologist says Amphan may have changed the wind direction leading to change of route

29 May 04:12 The New Indian Express 4718288653730183981.html
Stress induced arthritis: Know how to deal with it naturally

29 May 04:44 1 article

Stress induced arthritis: Know how to deal with it naturally

Stress contributes significantly to the development of autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis. Know how to deal with this condition.

29 May 04:44 Thehealthsite 4766622850631265951.html
Rare deadly disease linked to coronavirus infection seen in children

29 May 04:34 1 article

Rare deadly disease linked to coronavirus infection seen in children

Now, new evidence has shown that children with coronavirus disease (COVID-19) experience a Kawasaki-like illness, called multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C). The complication is akin to toxic shock syndrome, a condition that occurs due to sepsis. Though rare, the condition is life-threatening.

29 May 04:34 News-Medical.net 4522523031122679556.html
Radiation and surgery do not prolong survival in newly diagnosed metastatic breast cancer

29 May 04:40 1 article

Radiation and surgery do not prolong survival in newly diagnosed metastatic breast cancer

Up to now, women who present with a new diagnosis of breast cancer that is already in an advanced stage (stage IV) face an unanswered question about whether surgery and radiation to the tumor in the breast (local therapy) will prolong survival compared to the traditional treatment of systemic treatment alone.

29 May 04:40 News-Medical.net 4522523030354272146.html
Flu season is bad news for Covid-19 severity, scientists warn

29 May 04:35 1 article

Flu season is bad news for Covid-19 severity, scientists warn

Worsening the situation, are the country’s extreme socioeconomic disparities, which threaten the survival of vulnerable communities.

29 May 04:35 The Citizen 410802300517893876.html
Rajkot: 10 faculty members resign protesting transfer of their head

29 May 04:13 1 article

Rajkot: 10 faculty members resign protesting transfer of their head

Dr Gadhvicharan, head of the medicine department of the PDU Medical College, was transferred to Bhavnagar

29 May 04:13 The Indian Express 2885715105453096317.html
China, India soak up oil from floating storage as demand recovers

29 May 04:56 1 article

China, India soak up oil from floating storage as demand recovers

A total of 3.4 million tonnes of crude oil was discharged from floating storage into Asian markets in the past seven days, with China the top destination at 1.8 million tonnes and India second at 842,679 tonnes.

29 May 04:56 The Indian Express 2885715104931034198.html
As it ramps up public healthcare, India must give more room to private sector

29 May 04:04 1 article

As it ramps up public healthcare, India must give more room to private sector

Only a healthy nation can grow. The COVID-19 pandemic has presented India with an opportunity. The Indian healthcare system can go through a radical overhauling, where it can be more sustainable as well as responsive.

29 May 04:04 The Indian Express 2885715105676541687.html
OMeara waiting for all-clear from medical team

29 May 04:05 1 article

O'Meara waiting for all-clear from medical team

Hawthorn are optimistic injured midfielder Jaeger O'Meara can avoid donning a Jason Dunstall-esque crash helmet and appear in round two.

29 May 04:05 The Age 7967730561257985510.html
Targeted drugs shrink breast cancer tumors in mice without toxic side effects

29 May 01:05 1 article

Targeted drugs shrink breast cancer tumors in mice without toxic side effects

A team of researchers led by Worcester Polytechnic Institute Provost Wole Soboyejo has identified targeted drugs that reduced the sizes of hard-to-treat breast cancer tumors in mice without inducing the toxic side effects that are typically associated with conventional chemotherapy.

29 May 01:05 News-Medical.net 4522523030973011681.html
Combination therapy found to be effective against IDH1-mutated acute myeloid leukemia

29 May 01:08 1 article

Combination therapy found to be effective against IDH1-mutated acute myeloid leukemia

A combination therapy of ivosenidib (IVO) plus venetoclax (VEN) with or without azacitidine (AZA) was found to be effective against a specific genetic subtype of acute myeloid leukemia (AML) in a Phase Ib/II trial led by researchers at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.

29 May 01:08 News-Medical.net 4522523030002791461.html
Ringgit opens higher against US dollar

29 May 01:50 1 article

Ringgit opens higher against US dollar

KUALA LUMPUR, May 29 ― The ringgit strengthened against the US dollar in early session today on an overnight recovery of oil prices but investors are cautious by a possible escalation of the United States (US)-China trade war risk, said an analyst. At 9.08am today, the local note was quoted at...

29 May 01:50 Malaymail 302165935738008770.html
Maternal Birth Trauma and PTSD

29 May 00:00 1 article

Maternal Birth Trauma and PTSD

What is maternal birth trauma? Can it cause PTSD?

29 May 00:00 Psychology Today 5895805837982018349.html
Masking the Future of Well-Being

29 May 00:00 1 article

Masking the Future of Well-Being

In the midst of pandemic suffering, we can learn a great from a gracious woman, a potter who lives on $300 a year in West Africa.

29 May 00:00 Psychology Today 5895805837791354660.html
Lyft violates Washington DC sick day law during pandemic, lawsuit claims

29 May 00:00 1 article

Lyft violates Washington DC sick day law during pandemic, lawsuit claims

Lyft violates Washington DC sick day law during pandemic, lawsuit claims

29 May 00:00 Investing.com 5710361975264566306.html
How Kibra has fueled surge of Covid-19 cases as 147 more test positive

29 May 00:00 1 article

How Kibra has fueled surge of Covid-19 cases as 147 more test positive

Spike in cases in Kibra and Langata linked to lack of social distancing and heavy use of public transport.

29 May 00:00 The Standard 5587226194807432293.html
Govt committed to making Internet access a right, says minister

29 May 00:00 1 article

Gov't committed to making Internet access a right, says minister

MINISTER of Science, Energy and Technology Fayval Williams says COVID-19 has brought into...

29 May 00:00 Jamaica Observer 5357348613714079241.html
Immunity Passports Are a Threat to Our Privacy and Information Security

29 May 00:47 1 article

Immunity Passports Are a Threat to Our Privacy and Information Security

With states beginning to ease shelter-in-place restrictions, the conversation on COVID-19 has turned to questions of when and how we can return to work, take kids to school, or plan air

29 May 00:47 Electronic Frontier Foundation 5045880201731950024.html
Erin OToole promises increased childcare support as part of COVID-19 economic recovery plan

29 May 00:39 1 article

Erin O'Toole promises increased childcare support as part of COVID-19 economic recovery plan

Both frontrunners in the Conservative leadership race, O'Toole and Peter MacKay, have now released their plans for leading Canada out of the COVID-19 crisis

29 May 00:39 National Post 4816958592228408377.html
Flag day

29 May 00:55 1 article

Flag day

Navy men unfurl the Philippine tricolor during a flag-raising ceremony in Imus, Cavite on May 28, 2020 as the nation celebrates Flag Day. The occasion also marks the Battle of Alapan that took place on May 28, 1898 led by Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, who displayed the Filipino flag for the first time. Flag Day is celebrated from May 28 to June 12 each year and Filipinos are encouraged to display the flag in all government offices, schools, private homes and business establishments.

29 May 00:55 manilastandard.net 4715274785854273533.html
Scientists from gnomAD Consortium release first set of discoveries on human genetic variation

29 May 00:51 1 article

Scientists from gnomAD Consortium release first set of discoveries on human genetic variation

For the last eight years, the Genome Aggregation Database Consortium (and its predecessor, the Exome Aggregation Consortium, or ExAC), has been working with geneticists around the world to compile and study more than 125,000 exomes and 15,000 whole genomes from populations around the world.

29 May 00:51 News-Medical.net 4522523031905148716.html
Study provides groundwork for restoring nerve-muscle connection in ALS

29 May 00:51 1 article

Study provides groundwork for restoring nerve-muscle connection in ALS

Patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, lose muscle control as nerve cells or neurons in the brain and spinal cord degenerate and can no longer send signals to muscles.

29 May 00:51 News-Medical.net 4522523030727862405.html
Study finds increase in pediatric fractures sustained at home during COVID-19 pandemic

29 May 00:34 1 article

Study finds increase in pediatric fractures sustained at home during COVID-19 pandemic

COVID-19 social distancing measures, including the closure of schools and parks and the indefinite cancellation of team sports, have led to a nearly 60% decrease overall in pediatric fractures but an increase in the proportion of fractures sustained at home, according to a new study by researchers at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

29 May 00:34 News-Medical.net 4522523030193115879.html
Getting Good Sleep Requires Having the Right Mindset

29 May 00:00 1 article

Getting Good Sleep Requires Having the Right Mindset

A few changes during your day to heal the mind can have lasting impact on your sleep.

29 May 00:00 Thrive Global 4395312877369831939.html
Your Feelings Are Real

29 May 00:00 1 article

Your Feelings Are Real

Has your life experience been invalidated by others?

29 May 00:00 Psychology Today 5895805839548981108.html
How Do I Know If I Have Social Anxiety?

29 May 00:00 1 article

How Do I Know If I Have Social Anxiety?

If you struggle with every day social interactions, read this.

29 May 00:00 Thrive Global 4395312876164421550.html
No regrets for teen who tried to cross Cook Strait in dinghy

29 May 00:00 1 article

No regrets for teen who tried to cross Cook Strait in dinghy

A teen who had to be rescued while trying to cross Cook Strait in a dinghy says he would make the treacherous trip again. Tachyon Hutt, 18, set off...

29 May 00:00 Otago Daily Times Online News 3107042080229075104.html
Computer Science – The best thing to study for a high starting salary in South Africa

29 May 00:00 1 article

Computer Science – The best thing to study for a high starting salary in South Africa

Research by Analytico found that Computer Science graduates received the best starting salaries in South Africa.

29 May 00:00 MyBroadband 3036103788372972791.html
Study: Women with Neanderthal Progesterone Gene Have Higher Fertility

29 May 00:00 1 article

Study: Women with Neanderthal Progesterone Gene Have Higher Fertility

Almost one in three women with European descent inherited a genetic variant of the progesterone receptor called V660L from Neanderthals.

29 May 00:00 Sci News 2819514625934315.html
Marine Biologists Discover New Species of Red Alga

29 May 00:00 1 article

Marine Biologists Discover New Species of Red Alga

A team of marine biologists from China and the United Kingdom has revised the taxonomy of Pyropia, a large genus of red alga (seaweed) in the family Bangiaceae, and described a new species and four new genera.

29 May 00:00 Sci News 2819514563741510.html
Simulating dead bodies could help calculate an accurate time of death

29 May 00:00 1 article

Simulating dead bodies could help calculate an accurate time of death

Forensic scientists currently use basic temperature measurements to determine time of death, but a 3D simulation of the entire body could give much more accurate estimates

29 May 00:00 New Scientist 2676996513673597966.html
Low Vaccination Rates Fueled NYC’s Last Measles Outbreak

29 May 00:00 1 article

Low Vaccination Rates Fueled NYC’s Last Measles Outbreak

Pediatric under vaccinations can lead to disease outbreaks in 2021

29 May 00:00 Precision Vaccinations 2720772263667145192.html
UKZN graduate who survived a stroke beats the odds to get her degree

29 May 00:00 1 article

UKZN graduate who survived a stroke beats the odds to get her degree

Nokubonga Sithole suffered a stroke that paralysed the left side of her body in October 2018. She received treatment in hospital and was later discharged to begin her recovery at home.

29 May 00:00 ewn.co.za 2308610107103992813.html
Exclusive | PE firm ChrysCapital to buy out Capital Internationals stake in Intas Pharmaceuticals

29 May 00:00 1 article

Exclusive | PE firm ChrysCapital to buy out Capital International's stake in Intas Pharmaceuticals

Capital International wanted to exit the firm because its parent Capital Group is looking to shift focus away from the private equity vertical.

29 May 00:00 Moneycontrol 1603024964256084651.html
In-Depth: Is Herd Immunity our best bet in the fight against coronavirus?

29 May 00:00 1 article

In-Depth: Is Herd Immunity our best bet in the fight against coronavirus?

With many countries easing lockdown restrictions, the debate on Herd Immunity has gained traction. What is Herd Immunity and is it achievable, here is all you need to know:

29 May 00:00 Moneycontrol 1603024964084002829.html
Australia could include Pacific labourers in travel bubble as $280m aid shake-up revealed

29 May 00:26 1 article

Australia could include Pacific labourers in 'travel bubble' as $280m aid shake-up revealed

Money set aside for scholarship and volunteer projects will be redirected towards medical and humanitarian interventions in the region

29 May 00:26 the Guardian 1491978794938067821.html
A PIL to shorten the road to medical care

29 May 00:30 1 article

A PIL to shorten the road to medical care

Filed before the HC, the PIL raises the issue of massive shortage of ambulances; patients resorting to private players as city has only 93 BMC ambulances

29 May 00:30 Mumbai Mirror 1209961191568962836.html
NEET-PG aspirants to DMER, CET: Rich med students submitting fake EWS certificate

29 May 00:30 1 article

NEET-PG aspirants to DMER, CET: Rich med students submitting fake EWS certificate

Many post-graduate medical aspirants have complained to the Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) and the state CET cell

29 May 00:30 Mumbai Mirror 1209961192000186051.html
Cruz, Lee on Next Virus Legislation: Recovery, Not Relief Legislation

29 May 00:03 1 article

Cruz, Lee on Next Virus Legislation: Recovery, Not Relief Legislation

Sens. Ted Cruz and Mike Lee said tax cuts and deregulation are needed to help small businesses recover in the wake of coronavirus.

29 May 00:03 Breitbart 3148363490786121531.html
How The US Can Learn About Successful Innovation Strategies From Israel, The Startup Nation

29 May 00:00 1 article

How The US Can Learn About Successful Innovation Strategies From Israel, The Startup Nation

How The US Can Learn About Successful Innovation Strategies From Israel, The Startup Nation.

29 May 00:00 Forbes 6028587530582882406.html
New OnePlus Buds Could Cause Problems For Google Pixel Buds

29 May 00:00 1 article

New OnePlus Buds Could Cause Problems For Google Pixel Buds

Google proved wireless earbuds could be smart, but now it has competition from OnePlus.

29 May 00:00 Forbes 6028587530751734092.html
Amid COVID-19 Pandemic, Google Offers Anxiety Assessment

29 May 00:00 1 article

Amid COVID-19 Pandemic, Google Offers Anxiety Assessment

As the COVID-19 pandemic takes an increasing toll on mental health, Google on Thursday launched a new tool to help users who search for information on anxiety.

29 May 00:00 Forbes 6028587530885936037.html
Cannabis Farming

29 May 01:12 1 article

Cannabis Farming

A federal court in Washington dismissed a cannabis farming business’ claims against Chelan County relating to its moratorium on siting new cannabis businesses. Grandpa Bud, the cannabis farm, has not shown that the county did not have a legitimate interest in regulating cannabis production. 

29 May 01:12 Courthouse News Service 1799505150027844327.html
Govt should provide relief to healthcare: Dr PC Reddy, founder chairman, Apollo Hospitals

29 May 01:16 1 article

Govt should provide relief to healthcare: Dr PC Reddy, founder chairman, Apollo Hospitals

Dr Reddy believes the country must be mindful of the galloping growth of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) crisis which is going to be another huge health burden.

29 May 01:16 The Financial Express 1288289580460520539.html
Ghanaian Times: Reopening schools amid coronavirus pandemic

29 May 00:00 1 article

Ghanaian Times: Reopening schools amid coronavirus pandemic

Since March, schools across the country have been closed to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus. Subsequently, the country has struggled to combat the disease that has no known cure yet.

29 May 00:00 GhanaWeb 9132111495422109664.html
Bole District: Hot rush for Brazilian grown mango that cure sicknesses

29 May 00:00 1 article

Bole District: Hot rush for Brazilian grown mango that cure sicknesses

The Bole District Chief Farmer Alhaji Abdulai Allahkabo has grown a mango variety called “Pama” on his farm at Bole and there is a rush for the mango he is currently harvesting with people from all walks of life who heard of the mango moving to Bole to buy the mango, said to be medicinal.

29 May 00:00 GhanaWeb 9132111495512718076.html
Peshawars Hayatabad hospital forced to turn COVID-19 patients away over shortage of beds

29 May 00:00 1 article

Peshawar's Hayatabad hospital forced to turn COVID-19 patients away over shortage of beds

The HMC has seen a rise in COVID-19 patient admitting themselves for treatment as the complex is the only one offering plasma therapy for the infections

29 May 00:00 www.geo.tv 9037559356732585837.html
Kansas man charged $50K in medical bills after accident

29 May 00:00 1 article

Kansas man charged $50K in medical bills after accident

Alvin Letner doesn’t remember signing the form where he promises to pay a medical bill of nearly $50,000 he hadn’t yet seen.

29 May 00:00 The Washington Times 8941836441370719639.html
AP Sportlight

29 May 00:00 1 article

AP Sportlight

May 30

29 May 00:00 The Washington Times 8941836440991059375.html
Judge rejects restraining order in chloroquine regulation lawsuit

29 May 00:43 1 article

Judge rejects restraining order in chloroquine regulation lawsuit

A Washoe County judge has rejected the Nevada Osteopathic Medical Association’s request for a temporary restraining order against Gov. Steve Sisolak’s emergency regulation.

29 May 00:43 Las Vegas Review-Journal 8640648836138336314.html
A Tokyo Hospital Is Livestreaming Surgeries in Virtual Reality

29 May 00:00 1 article

A Tokyo Hospital Is Livestreaming Surgeries in Virtual Reality

The Tokyo Women's Medical University started livestreaming surgery in virtual reality as a COVID-19 safety measure that may make education more accessible.

29 May 00:00 Futurism 8561510288364666434.html
Interstellar Visitor May Be One of Rarest Objects In Universe

29 May 00:00 1 article

Interstellar Visitor May Be One of Rarest Objects In Universe

A team of scientists think the interstellar visitor 'Oumuamua might actually be a hydrogen iceberg. The unusual idea could explain its stranger properties.

29 May 00:00 Futurism 8561510289405092257.html
Earths Tectonic Plates Could Be 1 Billion Years Older Than We Thought

29 May 00:00 1 article

Earth's Tectonic Plates Could Be 1 Billion Years Older Than We Thought

Scientists are constantly learning more about the tectonic plates shifting across our planet's surface. According to new research, it turns out those plates have been around on Earth for longer than we originally thought – about a billion years l

29 May 00:00 ScienceAlert 8369231565439875681.html
Cells Inside Cells: The Bacteria That Live in Cancer Cells

29 May 00:00 1 article

Cells Inside Cells: The Bacteria That Live in Cancer Cells

Cancer cells are comfy havens for bacteria. That conclusion arises from a rigorous study of over 1,000 tumor samples of different human cancers, which found bacteria living inside the cells of all the cancer types – from brain to bone to breast cancer – and even identified unique populations of bacteria residing in each type of cancer.

29 May 00:00 Technology Networks 7581232464167832719.html
Solving the Medical Mystery of Anesthesia

29 May 00:00 1 article

Solving the Medical Mystery of Anesthesia

Researchers have solved the longstanding mystery of the mechanisms behind the effects of anesthetics.

29 May 00:00 Technology Networks 7581232464253580033.html
How Bacteria Purge Toxic Metals

29 May 00:00 1 article

How Bacteria Purge Toxic Metals

Bacteria can identify – and then build resistance to – toxic chemicals and metals. Researchers have taken a closer look at this mechanism to understand how it works which could lead to the development of more effective antibacterial treatments.

29 May 00:00 Technology Networks 7581232464727342575.html
The Recipe for Efficient Protein Synthesis

29 May 00:00 1 article

The Recipe for Efficient Protein Synthesis

Scientists have studied more than 30 thousand variants of genetic sequences encoding two fluorescent proteins in order to determine which characteristics of mRNA can increase the efficiency of translation.

29 May 00:00 Technology Networks 7581232463350327198.html
Smart Sponge Could Soak Up Oil Spills

29 May 00:00 1 article

Smart Sponge Could Soak Up Oil Spills

Scientists have developed a highly porous smart sponge that selectively soaks up oil in water. With an ability to absorb more than 30 times its weight in oil, the sponge could be used to inexpensively and efficiently clean up oil spills without harming marine life.

29 May 00:00 Technology Networks 7581232462892121702.html
Developing countries must not be left behind in pandemic recovery, Trudeau tells UN group

29 May 00:09 1 article

Developing countries must not be left behind in pandemic recovery, Trudeau tells UN group

Weeks ahead of bid for seat on Security Council, PM tells virtual conference about Canada’s tradition of bringing together diverse groups

29 May 00:09 The Globe and Mail 68426410151947173.html
FMG appoints Claire Owens as new managing director

29 May 00:00 1 article

FMG appoints Claire Owens as new managing director

Huddersfield-based incident management and recovery business FMG, appointed Claire Owens as a new managing director in March, at the outset of the Covid-19 outbreak in the UK.

29 May 00:00 FleetNews 632199012628512248.html
An Epidemic Simulation At The U.S. Naval War College Provides Lessons For The Coronavirus Pandemic

29 May 00:00 1 article

An Epidemic Simulation At The U.S. Naval War College Provides Lessons For The Coronavirus Pandemic

A deadly disease caused paralysis in decision-making at the top and misinformation to spread on social media – in a simulated epidemic from September 2019 that can provide lessons for today.

29 May 00:00 Forbes 6028587532376367704.html
Harvard Medical Students Partner With Crowdsolving Platform Groopit To Launch Yelp-Like Covid-19 Testing Review Platform

29 May 00:00 1 article

Harvard Medical Students Partner With Crowdsolving Platform Groopit To Launch Yelp-Like Covid-19 Testing Review Platform

First-year med students Dylan Cahill and J.C. Panagides were intent on giving people first-hand insight into testing sites across the country.

29 May 00:00 Forbes 6028587532297748107.html
40% Of Americans Incorrectly Think Herpes Is Deadly, According To A Study

29 May 00:00 1 article

40% Of Americans Incorrectly Think Herpes Is Deadly, According To A Study

Getting to grips with safe sex is imperative for your physical and mental wellbeing. There are so many myths and misconceptions that surround STIs and a recent study found that 40% of Americans think herpes is deadly.

29 May 00:00 Forbes 6028587532012414008.html
Why Molina Healthcare Stock Is Up 3x Despite Declining Revenue

29 May 00:00 1 article

Why Molina Healthcare Stock Is Up 3x Despite Declining Revenue

Molina Healthcare’s stock (NYSE: MOH) has gained a whopping 240% since early 2017. But how did the company pull off such impressive gains, as its revenues actually declined 5% over the same period? Well, there is a valid reason, of course. As it turns out, the net earnings margins...

29 May 00:00 Forbes 6028587531597114595.html
The Best Grammar Checker May Help You Get Promoted

29 May 00:00 1 article

The Best Grammar Checker May Help You Get Promoted

Teachers, not only those of the English language but in most subjects, will advise students to improve their writing.

29 May 00:00 Forbes 6028587531588686430.html
Airline Crew Members Create Special Lounges For New York City Healthcare Workers

29 May 00:00 1 article

Airline Crew Members Create Special Lounges For New York City Healthcare Workers

Project Wingman USA launched earlier this month, providing first-class treatment for healthcare workers at hospitals near two of New York City's busiest airports. Here's what you need to know and how more airline crew can get involved.

29 May 00:00 Forbes 6028587531306841866.html
We Have To Learn The Lessons Of The Pandemic And Take Healthcare Into The Digital Age

29 May 00:00 1 article

We Have To Learn The Lessons Of The Pandemic And Take Healthcare Into The Digital Age

Few ideas have the potential to contribute as much to our future well-being as redefining and digitally transforming healthcare systems, and moments like the present pandemic provide the best opportunity to do so.

29 May 00:00 Forbes 6028587531175379348.html
5 Steps You Need To Take Before Your Employees Come Back To Work

29 May 00:00 1 article

5 Steps You Need To Take Before Your Employees Come Back To Work

The COVID-19 lockdown is ending. While some areas are only in Phase 1 of the recovery, the return to work by employees is in sight.

29 May 00:00 Forbes 6028587531211329555.html
Please, Keep Artificial Intelligence From Becoming Another Out-Of-Touch Bureaucracy

29 May 00:00 1 article

Please, Keep Artificial Intelligence From Becoming Another Out-Of-Touch Bureaucracy

Successful companies thrive on spontaneity, serendipity and spirit — not mechanized, robotic decision-making, Seventy percent of all AI projects need to be about human collaboration.

29 May 00:00 Forbes 6028587531185226912.html
Jaishankar discusses post-COVID-19 economic recovery with EU foreign policy chief

29 May 05:40 1 article

Jaishankar discusses post-COVID-19 economic recovery with EU foreign policy chief

 External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Thursday held discussions with European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell on initiatives to promote post-Corona economic recovery and preparations

29 May 05:40 Deccan Herald 2027555797257902995.html
Ask Dr. NerdLove: How Do I Recover From Being A Lifelong Fuckup?

29 May 05:30 1 article

Ask Dr. NerdLove: How Do I Recover From Being A Lifelong Fuckup?

Hello, all you Twitternet spooklets of sexcrime, and welcome to Ask Dr. NerdLove, the only advice column that helps you find real love in a virtual world....

29 May 05:30 Kotaku Australia 2018810246251926343.html
Inquest hears MoD mans death likely down to asbestos exposure

29 May 05:00 1 article

Inquest hears MoD man's death likely down to asbestos exposure

Asbestos exposure likely led to the death of a government aeronautical mathematician, an inquest has found.

29 May 05:00 Shropshire Star 3480199992213324743.html
Royal Welsh Show counts cost of coronavirus shutdown

29 May 05:00 1 article

Royal Welsh Show counts cost of coronavirus shutdown

The Royal Welsh Show could take five years to recover from the financial hit of coronavirus, organisers have said.

29 May 05:00 Shropshire Star 3480199992325270182.html
Missing Memories of the Universe

29 May 11:00 1 article

Missing Memories of the Universe

With observatories shut down because of the pandemic, the photons that reveal the secrets of the cosmos can’t be recorded or decoded

29 May 11:00 Scientific American Blog Network 5160668528845342877.html
Boy raises more than £1k for hospital charity by singing ahead of Clap for Our Carers event

29 May 11:50 1 article

Boy raises more than £1k for hospital charity by singing ahead of Clap for Our Carers event

Josh Morton frequently receives treatment at Bristol Children’s Hospital

29 May 11:50 BristolLive 4740742016409691174.html
Media literacy lessons a must for schools

29 May 11:50 1 article

Media literacy lessons a must for schools

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of teaching students the difference between real and fake or misleading news say the authors of a new report into news media literacy education.

29 May 11:50 phys.org 3476726124363816262.html
Bug vacuum captures unidentified flying insects—and valuable data

29 May 11:53 1 article

Bug vacuum captures unidentified flying insects—and valuable data

The third week of May, Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists Doris Lagos-Kutz and Glen Hartman venture to a nearby field to set a timer on a smokestack-like device that rises 20 feet into the ...

29 May 11:53 phys.org 3476726124767325817.html
Probing the secret forces of pericytes

29 May 11:39 1 article

Probing the secret forces of pericytes

Leiden researchers found a way to measure the tiny forces exerted by pericytes, one of the most elusive, hard to research cell types, which occur in tiny blood vessels. Building on this fundamental science, ...

29 May 11:39 phys.org 3476726124190765677.html
Worlds largest lava lamp bubble under NZ

29 May 11:20 1 article

World's largest 'lava lamp bubble' under NZ

Seismic wave-speeds have revealed part of an ancient volcanic "superplume" beneath New Zealand, highlighting connections between the Earth's deep interior and the surface we live on.

29 May 11:20 phys.org 3476726123424357096.html
Sanofi says ‘no favoritism’ when COVID-19 vaccines become available

29 May 11:29 1 article

Sanofi says ‘no favoritism’ when COVID-19 vaccines become available

There are now 110 candidate vaccines for COVID-19, which the DOH is eyeing to be given primarily to 'vulnerable' sectors of the population

29 May 11:29 Rappler 1882105642629678219.html
Two Cheers For Unfiltered Information

29 May 11:07 1 article

Two Cheers For Unfiltered Information

In the early hours of December 31st, 2019 weeks before the coronavirus was recognized as a budding pandemic, Taiwanese Centers for...

29 May 11:07 Techdirt 1456370857786441979.html
Why US anti-vaxxers will refuse a coronavirus vaccine – video

29 May 11:46 1 article

Why US anti-vaxxers will refuse a coronavirus vaccine – video

In a recent survey, 24% of Americans said they will refuse a coronavirus vaccine. Adam Gabbatt investigates the anti-vaxxer movement in the United States – and how the pandemic is helping to fuel its resurgence

29 May 11:46 the Guardian 1491978794716408613.html
Coronavirus vaccine: Pfizer CEO claims COVID-19 medicine could be ready by October-end

29 May 11:51 1 article

Coronavirus vaccine: Pfizer CEO claims COVID-19 medicine could be ready by October-end

American pharmaceutical giant Pfizer is conducting clinical trials with German firm BioNTech on several probable vaccines in Europe and the United States

29 May 11:51 Business Today 1145527431919393916.html
Donald Trump feels perfect after taking potentially fatal hydroxychloroquine

29 May 10:22 1 article

Donald Trump 'feels perfect' after taking potentially fatal hydroxychloroquine

Side effects include fatal heart problems, nausea, stomach pain, skin rash, itching and hair loss.

29 May 10:22 Metro 970161747874818814.html
Professor who predicted Trumps 2016 win explains why he thinks Trump will win again

29 May 10:33 1 article

Professor who predicted Trump's 2016 win explains why he thinks Trump will win again

A political science professor who predicted President Trump's win in 2016 is forecasting another victory. 

29 May 10:33 Fox News 7362823820734782504.html
Realme Buds Q Heading to India with a Below $26 Price Tag

29 May 11:18 1 article

Realme Buds Q Heading to India with a Below $26 Price Tag

Realme Buds Q will soon make its way to the Indian market with an ultra affordable price tag. Find out more about the pricing and availability in this story

29 May 11:18 Gizchina 5392375274839716462.html
Coronavirus Scotland: Glasgow NHS staff ‘one of worst groups of people’ for ‘breaching social distancing’, says surgeon

29 May 10:49 1 article

Coronavirus Scotland: Glasgow NHS staff ‘one of worst groups of people’ for ‘breaching social distancing’, says surgeon

A SURGEON has blasted NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde staff as “one of the worst groups of people” for allegedly breaching social distancing rules. It’s reported that Michael Palmer, a me…

29 May 10:49 The Scottish Sun 6609127673054751979.html
Letters: Get medical visits booked now; To discourage illegal parties, issue citations | Honolulu Star-Advertiser

29 May 10:05 1 article

Letters: Get medical visits booked now; To discourage illegal parties, issue citations | Honolulu Star-Advertiser

Learning technology should be improved

29 May 10:05 Star-Advertiser 3439335388171102220.html
UAE supports fight against COVID-19 in West Africa

29 May 10:51 1 article

UAE supports fight against COVID-19 in West Africa

Medical supplies, field hospital set up air dashed to Ghana upon UN request

29 May 10:51 Gulf News 2086521545338182302.html
US anti-vaxxers aim to spread fear over future coronavirus vaccine

29 May 10:30 1 article

US anti-vaxxers aim to spread fear over future coronavirus vaccine

Anti-vaxxers’ influence and power could affect Americans’ willingness to take a Covid-19 vaccine, experts warn

29 May 10:30 the Guardian 1491978795840086800.html
GU-Q scholars examine most pressing issues of COVID-19 crisis

29 May 10:35 1 article

GU-Q scholars examine most pressing issues of COVID-19 crisis

Top scholars from Georgetown University in Qatar (GU-Q) in the fields of history, political science, ethics, Gulf studies, and theology have come together to examine the most pressing issues of the COVID-19 crisis through a series of virtual panel discussions hosted by GU-Q’s Dean, Dr. Ahmad Dallal.

29 May 10:35 The Peninsula 1202843881812991572.html
Chinese president Xi preaches hope at difficult times

29 May 09:33 1 article

Chinese president Xi preaches hope at difficult times

People first was the keyword in the discussions. Xi referred to the recovery of an 87-year-old COVID-19 patient after 47 days of care by a team of 10 doctors and...

29 May 09:33 New Vision 9103146373739615169.html
;I Never Feel Judged By Her;: An Ode To The Office Friendship

29 May 09:00 1 article

"I Never Feel Judged By Her": An Ode To The Office Friendship

It was a business day just like any other: the sun was peeking through the plastic blinds, the copy machine was running low on toner, the break room smelled like microwaved leftovers and bulk coffee. But something magical was about to happen: Two…

29 May 09:00 Bustle 7391390687532845974.html
Two fathers, two slain daughters – and the novel aims to inspire peace

29 May 09:29 1 article

Two fathers, two slain daughters – and the novel aims to inspire peace

Author Colum McCann has a special talent for describing bleakness and despair.

29 May 09:29 WAtoday 6806590898705864662.html
Why shouldn’t designers sell masks?

29 May 09:57 1 article

Why shouldn’t designers sell masks?

Making a case for personal fashion statements and why a medical necessity can also be decorative

29 May 09:57 The Hindu 6679535025526763724.html
Il recovery fund manco

29 May 09:04 1 article

Il recovery fund manco

IL RECOVERY FUND MANCO È STATO APPROVATO E DI MAIO GIÀ SPENDE I SOLDI PER RIDURRE LE TASSE. PECCATO CHE USARLI PER LA SPESA CORRENTE È VIETATISSIMO E FA SOLO INCAZZARE I GIÀ MOLTO CONTRARI PAESI ''FRUGALI''. COSÌ IL POVERINO CORREGGE IL TIRO E PARLA DI ''RIFORMA FISCALE'' - NEI PROSSIMI GIORNI CONTE PARLERÀ CON I LEADER DI FRANCIA, SPAGNA E PORTOGALLO (CI VUOLE POCO), E POI PURE CON I FALCHI KURZ E RUTTE. COSA DIRÀ PER CONVINCERLI?

29 May 09:04 DAGOSPIA 6533336740280969092.html
Isko: MIDCC needs frontliners

29 May 09:07 1 article

Isko: MIDCC needs frontliners

THE city government of Manila is in need of frontliners for its Manila Infectious Disease Control Center .(MIDCC) located at the Sta. Ana Hospital.

29 May 09:07 Journal Online 6375127391985644192.html
Species Interactions Are The Hidden Key To Understanding Non-native Plant Impacts

29 May 09:48 1 article

Species Interactions Are The Hidden Key To Understanding Non-native Plant Impacts

New research published in the journal Science shows that non-native plants interact differently with insects and soil microbes than native plants, which has dramatic consequences for carbon cycling.

29 May 09:48 SCOOP 5315658999288136957.html
50% of Indians will have Covid-19 by Dec, 90% will never know about it: Report

29 May 09:34 1 article

50% of Indians will have Covid-19 by Dec, 90% will never know about it: Report

The number of cases of novel coronavirus will increase after Lockdown 4.0 ends, warned V Ravi, Head of Neurovirology, National Institute of Mental Health & Neuro Sciences (NIMHANS), and nodal

29 May 09:34 BusinessLine 5283601165313925.html
Digital rights of Akshay Kumar’s ‘Laxmmi Bomb’ sold for Rs. 125 crore?

29 May 10:02 1 article

Digital rights of Akshay Kumar’s ‘Laxmmi Bomb’ sold for Rs. 125 crore?

News about Akshay Kumar’s next ‘Laxmmi Bomb’ releasing on digital platform, Hotstar, has been doing the rounds for a number of weeks. If latest buzz is to be believed, ‘Laxmmi Bomb’ has been acquired by the giant digital platform for an astronomical Rs. 125 crore. A source told PinkVilla, “It’s true that the film will […]

29 May 10:02 BizAsia 5200305000177086441.html
Boyd Gaming: Vegas Locals Market Spurt Will Drive Faster Recovery Than Strip After June 4th Reopening

29 May 11:19 1 article

Boyd Gaming: Vegas Locals Market Spurt Will Drive Faster Recovery Than Strip After June 4th Reopening

The Las Vegas locals market has been one of the strengths of Boyd. Demos suggest a quicker revenue recovery than strip properties. Pre-virus growth showed balan

29 May 11:19 Seeking Alpha 5725634556408696321.html
Goldfinch acquires 80% of Vesta for $125 million

29 May 11:33 1 article

Goldfinch acquires 80% of Vesta for $125 million

Venture capital firm Goldfinch Partners has spent $125 million to acquire an 80% stake in fraud protection and e-commerce payments outfit Vesta.

29 May 11:33 Finextra 6000504749225266267.html
Mastercard Debuts COVID-Recovery Data Tools For Business, Gov’t

29 May 11:01 1 article

Mastercard Debuts COVID-Recovery Data Tools For Business, Gov’t

Mastercard is offering its data insight tools to businesses and governmental bodies looking to try and assess how to move out of the pandemic.

29 May 11:01 PYMNTS.com 7357138826553410563.html
Evidence found of Kuroshio current strengthening due to intensifying tropical cyclones

29 May 13:00 1 article

Evidence found of Kuroshio current strengthening due to intensifying tropical cyclones

A team of researchers from the Ocean University of China and Qingdao National Laboratory for Marine Science and Technology, the Second Institute of Oceanography, the Southern Marine Science and Engineering ...

29 May 13:00 phys.org 3476726123133482133.html
How we can increase the effectiveness of global environment protection

29 May 13:57 1 article

How we can increase the effectiveness of global environment protection

Researchers from the Institute of Environmental Sciences (CML) identified six top priorities where environmental interventions can make the most difference. By doing so, they hope to help researchers ...

29 May 13:57 phys.org 3476726124872629897.html
Uggah: Dog that bit Sarawak boy, 5, confirmed to have rabies

29 May 13:22 1 article

Uggah: Dog that bit Sarawak boy, 5, confirmed to have rabies

KUCHING, May 9 — The dog that bit a five-year-old boy from Taman Sanhill Barat, Sibu, here has tested positive for rabies, said Sarawak Disaster Management Committee (JPBN) chairman Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas. He said the Sarawak Veterinary Services Department (JPVS) had informed that the boy...

29 May 13:22 Malaymail 302165936023701598.html
Cyril Dix obituary

29 May 13:48 1 article

Cyril Dix obituary

Other Lives: Research physicist who helped establish the standard definition of a metre

29 May 13:48 the Guardian 1491978795572317398.html
Investors, scientists urge IEA head to take bolder climate stance

29 May 12:49 1 article

Investors, scientists urge IEA head to take bolder climate stance

LONDON (Reuters) - Fatih Birol, the head of the International Energy Agency (IEA), faced renewed calls to take a bolder stance on climate change on Friday from investors concerned the organisation’s reports enable damaging levels of investment in fossil fuels.

29 May 12:49 Reuters 8334514180886689967.html
Globally addressing polypharmacy and multimorbidities with computational techniques

29 May 12:00 1 article

Globally addressing polypharmacy and multimorbidities with computational techniques

Dr J Bowles, School of Computer Science, University of St Andrews, discusses how to tackle polypharmacy and multimorbidities with computational techniques

29 May 12:00 Open Access Government 7441385493016706590.html
Cannabis Was Used in Hallucinogenic Cult Rituals, 2,700-Year-Old Shrine Reveals

29 May 12:05 1 article

Cannabis Was Used in Hallucinogenic Cult Rituals, 2,700-Year-Old Shrine Reveals

Scientists in Israel may have found evidence of worshipers at a Jewish temple dating back more than 2,700 years likely have used cannabis during cultic ceremonies.

29 May 12:05 Interesting Engineering 7328942540491911634.html
B.C. hospice’s refusal to provide medical assistance in dying sparks criticism, questions about future

29 May 12:47 1 article

B.C. hospice’s refusal to provide medical assistance in dying sparks criticism, questions about future

Angelina Ireland, who heads the Delta Hospice Society, said politicians at the municipal, provincial and federal level who disagree with the Christian basis of its stance against medically assisted death should build another facility to provide the service

29 May 12:47 The Globe and Mail 68426411328254760.html
VIRUS DIARY: For boy with Down syndrome, new path of therapy

29 May 12:43 1 article

VIRUS DIARY: For boy with Down syndrome, new path of therapy

PHOENIX - The speech therapist held up a book of animals. Our 4-year-old looked curiously at her across the Zoom call screen.“Beig! Beig!” Pablo suddenly sh

29 May 12:43 iNFOnews.ca 6669504245522255227.html
New survey data reveals that nearly half of patients are forgoing care amid the pandemic

29 May 12:52 1 article

New survey data reveals that nearly half of patients are forgoing care amid the pandemic

A Kaiser Family Foundation poll revealed that 48% of US patients have either deferred or skipped medical care as a result of the pandemic.

29 May 12:52 Business Insider 6060062401195890815.html
SpaceXs big launch aims to send NASA astronauts to the International Space Station — a 21-year-old laboratory orbiting 250 miles above the Earth

29 May 12:06 1 article

SpaceX's big launch aims to send NASA astronauts to the International Space Station — a 21-year-old laboratory orbiting 250 miles above the Earth

This will be the first time since 2011 that an American-made spacecraft has launched people from US soil to the space station.

29 May 12:06 Business Insider 6060062399606675822.html
Ruby Rose joins long line of TV stars’ early exits

29 May 23:58 1 article

Ruby Rose joins long line of TV stars’ early exits

The show must go on -- with or without its star.

29 May 23:58 New York Post 7654946768415140670.html
6 Mental Health Lessons We Cant Forget After Lockdown Lifts

29 May 12:03 1 article

6 Mental Health Lessons We Can't Forget After Lockdown Lifts

Quarantine taught us a lot. Let's not forget what we've learned.

29 May 12:03 mindbodygreen 5822886644163256642.html
Coronavirus Antibody Therapies Raise Hopes—and Skepticism

29 May 12:00 1 article

Coronavirus Antibody Therapies Raise Hopes—and Skepticism

Some experts caution we should temper our expectations about the much-touted approach

29 May 12:00 Scientific American 532798824421257945.html
Why Big Pharma Is Betting on Blockchain

29 May 12:05 1 article

Why Big Pharma Is Betting on Blockchain

The pandemic has exposed major cracks in medical supply chains.

29 May 12:05 Harvard Business Review 4845392231819958459.html
Pound Sterling Price News and Forecast: GBP/USD – Falling on Friday? [Video]

29 May 12:45 1 article

Pound Sterling Price News and Forecast: GBP/USD – Falling on Friday? [Video]

The broad dollar weakness is really helping Cable bulls at the moment, so much so that there is a renewed prospect of continued recovery. In the past

29 May 12:45 FXStreet 4480975640105020958.html
Tourism: whats our new normal?

29 May 12:20 1 article

Tourism: what's our new normal?

After months of lockdown, it's no surprise that people are itching to get out and about. But with ongoing debates about how and when to open Australia's state and territory borders, it's hard to know ...

29 May 12:20 phys.org 3476726124636845147.html
Experiments in isolation: Training astronauts for long-term solo missions

29 May 12:44 1 article

Experiments in isolation: Training astronauts for long-term solo missions

Isolation can feel like a state of limbo, but being separated from others can also be a huge driver of change and give us a great chance to experiment.

29 May 12:44 phys.org 3476726123961700819.html
Emerald predators: Ohlone tiger beetles reclaim territory with the help of local scientists

29 May 12:48 1 article

Emerald predators: Ohlone tiger beetles reclaim territory with the help of local scientists

For the first time in over a decade, endangered Ohlone tiger beetles roam a preserve near Soquel and await their chance to pounce on unsuspecting prey. Their metallic emerald bodies appear iridescent ...

29 May 12:48 phys.org 3476726124444552674.html
Scientists report on animal welfare in aquaculture

29 May 12:10 1 article

Scientists report on animal welfare in aquaculture

Scientists at the University of Stirling have authored a new report providing guidance on identifying and strengthening best practices for animal welfare in aquaculture.

29 May 12:10 phys.org 3476726123483390173.html
Are masks the new face of our society? Science and the changing landscape of human expression

29 May 12:00 1 article

Are masks the new face of our society? Science and the changing landscape of human expression

As masks become the norm in a post-COVID-19 world, experts discuss adapting to new social cues, facial recognition and even security concerns.

29 May 12:00 phys.org 3476726123104878309.html
Biological Warfare Expert Explains Why You Should Never Get In A Las Vegas Pool

29 May 12:45 1 article

Biological Warfare Expert Explains Why You Should Never Get In A Las Vegas Pool

A specialist in biological and chemical warfare has explained why he believes you should never get in a Las Vegas pool, and it's a rollercoaster. Author Da

29 May 12:45 IFLScience 242791749719730407.html
The Morning Watch: ‘Star Wars: Galaxy of Adventures’ Goes to Dagobah, Set Designing Mansions in Movies More

29 May 12:00 1 article

The Morning Watch: ‘Star Wars: Galaxy of Adventures’ Goes to Dagobah, Set Designing Mansions in Movies & More

In this edition, watch as Star Wars: Galaxy of Adventures heads to Dagobah, a set designer explains mansions and homes in movies like Clueless, and more.

29 May 12:00 /Film 148788830227201968.html
One identical twin caught Covid-19 related Kawasaki disease and the other didnt

29 May 11:01 1 article

One identical twin caught Covid-19 related Kawasaki disease and the other didn't

Five-month-old Leia Godwin developed a rash and swolled glands in reaction to coronavirus, but her twin Thea was 'healthy and happy'.

29 May 11:01 Metro 970161747104048098.html
What you need to know about the coronavirus right now

29 May 11:44 1 article

What you need to know about the coronavirus right now

(Reuters) - Here’s what you need to know about the coronavirus right now:

29 May 11:44 Reuters 8334514181324364869.html
CACOVID donates 100-bed isolation centre to Anambra state government

29 May 11:17 1 article

CACOVID donates 100-bed isolation centre to Anambra state government

Coalition Against COVID-19 (CACOVID), a private sector initiative established to fight the Coronavirus pandemic, has donated a 100-bed isolation centre and medical equipment to the Anambra State Government. CACOVID renovated and equipped one of state’s Protective Care Center located at Umueri General Hospital in Oyi Local Government Area and donated same to the government. A […]

29 May 11:17 The Guardian 7580308504071059421.html
Conservation efforts and genomics: Not all genomes are created equal

29 May 11:48 1 article

Conservation efforts and genomics: Not all genomes are created equal

Professors Darren Griffin and Mike Bruford discuss what is meant by a “whole genome sequence” and how it is revolutionising conservation efforts

29 May 11:48 Open Access Government 7441385494313371917.html
Double storm activity over Arabian Sea picks up, depression likely to form near India coast

29 May 09:17 1 article

Double storm activity over Arabian Sea picks up, depression likely to form near India coast

The India Meteorological Department is currently tracking two cyclonic disturbances over the Arabian Sea. The first one is near the African coast while the second one is expected to form opposite the Indian coast

29 May 09:17 India Today 4286117812539765538.html
Climate scientists create model for global forest growth through 2060

29 May 13:30 1 article

Climate scientists create model for global forest growth through 2060

When it comes to the fight against global warming, our forests offer a valuable service. Trees act as carbon sinks, capturing CO2—the main greenhouse gas heating up the Earth's climate—from the air ...

29 May 13:30 phys.org 3476726123301706759.html
Biotech Startup Aims to Make Use of Humanitys Genetic Outliers

29 May 09:25 1 article

Biotech Startup Aims to Make Use of Humanity's Genetic Outliers

pacopico writes: A startup called Variant Bio has quietly been going around the world for the past couple of years, looking for genetic outliers. We're talking about people with super high metabolisms, amazing eyesight, the ability to hold their breaths for really long times. Variant wants to sequen...

29 May 09:25 science.slashdot.org 3975130316761980668.html
Coronavirus: Transformed Headley Court Battles New Upsurge In Aftercare Demand

29 May 09:30 1 article

Coronavirus: Transformed Headley Court Battles 'New Upsurge' In Aftercare Demand

The former defence rehabilitation facility re-opened as the NHS Seacole Centre in response to COVID-19.

29 May 09:30 Forces Network 3883413829168796576.html
When Britain failed to protect America from a flu pandemic in China

29 May 07:31 1 article

When Britain failed to protect America from a flu pandemic in China

Before Covid-19, British colonial authorities allowed a deadly flu virus to spread from Hong Kong in 1968 with devastating consequences for the US and the rest of the world – one million people died.

29 May 07:31 Daily Maverick 2373996789105272693.html
Microsoft introduces major Azure Cosmos DB changes

29 May 07:45 1 article

Microsoft introduces major Azure Cosmos DB changes

Microsoft has announced significant updatesto its NoSQL platform.

29 May 07:45 TechRadar 2111116916444046547.html
‘Because children aren’t dying, I’m afraid they’re being forgotten’

29 May 06:00 1 article

‘Because children aren’t dying, I’m afraid they’re being forgotten’

Crumlin children’s hospital is seeing more children than ever presenting with mental health issues

29 May 06:00 The Irish Times 8204772967929261486.html
Non-fiction review: Diary of a Young Naturalist and three others

29 May 06:00 1 article

Non-fiction review: Diary of a Young Naturalist and three others

Sixteen-year-old Dara McAnulty has written a remarkable book about the natural world.

29 May 06:00 WAtoday 6806590900379385152.html
How things spread and what that says about us

29 May 06:00 1 article

How things spread and what that says about us

Adam Kucharski examines the spread of diseases, ideas and behaviours.

29 May 06:00 WAtoday 6806590900202612490.html
Ancient Mass Extinction Tied To Ozone Loss, Warming Climate

29 May 06:00 1 article

Ancient Mass Extinction Tied To Ozone Loss, Warming Climate

Iwastheone shares a report from Science Magazine: The end of the Devonian period, 359 million years ago, was an eventful time: Fish were inching out of the ocean, and fernlike forests were advancing on land. The world was recovering from a mass extinction 12 million years earlier, but the climate w...

29 May 06:00 news.slashdot.org 626091440434297231.html
To help them die or not?

29 May 06:45 1 article

To help them die or not?

A hospice that has a long history of helping people near death but denies them medical assistance in dying is drawing criticism from the city's mayor in a clash of ideologies that has split its board and raised questions about its future.

29 May 06:45 Castanet 616068602708734367.html
Cancer sufferers get lower priority than coronavirus patients under Fed Govt plan

29 May 06:00 1 article

Cancer sufferers get lower priority than coronavirus patients under Fed Govt plan

Many of Australia's cancer patients will be considered as second-class compared to people infected with the coronavirus under a Federal Government plan.

29 May 06:00 The New Daily 5848147785864086124.html
COVID-19: Retailers struggle amid uncertainties about reopening, recovery of sales

29 May 06:06 1 article

COVID-19: Retailers struggle amid uncertainties about reopening, recovery of sales

SINGAPORE: John Ng was hoping to use 2020 to get his new company StyleLab off the ground. He had taken over the distribution rights to ...

29 May 06:06 CNA 5644198862927861291.html
Researchers identify risk factors for fatty liver disease

29 May 06:01 1 article

Researchers identify risk factors for fatty liver disease

Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital have uncovered an unexpected connection between an imbalance of electrons in liver cells and many metabolic problems that increase the risk for conditions such as cardiovascular disease and fatty liver disease.

29 May 06:01 News-Medical.net 4522523030886140455.html
Study sheds light on the homologous recombination of DNA strands

29 May 06:13 1 article

Study sheds light on the homologous recombination of DNA strands

As chromosomes go, X and Y make an unlikely pair. The X is large and contains thousands of genes critical for life. The Y, by contrast, is little more than a nub.

29 May 06:13 News-Medical.net 4522523031312813425.html
Scientist explore potential drugs to prevent cell resistance in different types of cancer

29 May 06:54 1 article

Scientist explore potential drugs to prevent cell resistance in different types of cancer

Cancer therapy may shrink the tumor of a patient, and the patient may feel better. But unseen on a CT scan or MR image, some of the cells are undergoing ominous changes.

29 May 06:54 News-Medical.net 4522523031136032898.html
Researchers track how bacteria purge toxic metals

29 May 07:40 1 article

Researchers track how bacteria purge toxic metals

Bacteria have a cunning ability to survive in unfriendly environments.

29 May 07:40 phys.org 3476726124076346253.html
COVID-19 Update: Virus Found in Bats is Closest Relative of SARS-CoV-2; 6 Feet Not Enough to Avoid COVID-19, Experts Say

29 May 06:28 1 article

COVID-19 Update: Virus Found in Bats is 'Closest Relative' of SARS-CoV-2; 6 Feet Not Enough to Avoid COVID-19, Experts Say

Experts discovered a new virus in bats that is currently the closest relative of SARS-CoV-2. Medical experts claimed that 6 feet is not far enough to avoid contracting the novel coronavirus.

29 May 06:28 Tech Times 4011848568122334971.html
Malaysia-Turkey to collaborate to develop Covid-19 vaccine, says PM Muhyiddin

29 May 06:05 1 article

Malaysia-Turkey to collaborate to develop Covid-19 vaccine, says PM Muhyiddin

KUALA LUMPUR, May 29 ― Malaysia is prepared to collaborate with Turkey to develop Covid-19 vaccine and related medicines, Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said. Muhyiddin said he and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had also agreed to fully utilise the strength of the two countries...

29 May 06:05 Malaymail 302165934711027726.html
Surgeon suspended for not giving patient sufficient medical leave

29 May 06:00 1 article

Surgeon suspended for not giving patient sufficient medical leave

An orthopaedic surgeon has been suspended for eight months for not giving a patient sufficient medical leave. Dr Kevin Yip Man Hing, who practises at Singapore Sports and Orthopaedic Clinic in Gleneagles Medical Centre, was suspended last year for a similar infraction -...

29 May 06:00 thenewpaper 2217039562576563024.html
EXPLAINER: Understanding the ‘waves’ of coronavirus infections

29 May 06:56 1 article

EXPLAINER: Understanding the ‘waves’ of coronavirus infections

Will the Philippines experience a second wave? It will depend on a number of factors, including healthcare capacities and behavior under community quarantine.

29 May 06:56 Rappler 1882105643534162273.html
FDI to drop, Michael Smurfit interview and a ‘welfare mentality’ towards SMEs

29 May 05:30 1 article

FDI to drop, Michael Smurfit interview and a ‘welfare mentality’ towards SMEs

Business Today: the best news, analysis and comment from The Irish Times business desk

29 May 05:30 The Irish Times 8204772969337537120.html
Farrell and O’Connell provide insight into changes in Ireland’s analysis

29 May 05:00 1 article

Farrell and O’Connell provide insight into changes in Ireland’s analysis

Monday reviews like ‘therapy for players’, Ireland coach tells webinar for Pieta House

29 May 05:00 The Irish Times 8204772967697070965.html
Emergency health transport can carry surprise big bills

29 May 05:09 1 article

Emergency health transport can carry surprise big bills

Money is the last thing on anyone's mind during a medical emergency, but new research shows many patients could be hit with huge bills for that ambulance drive or helicopter flight to the hospital.

29 May 05:09 UPI 8257973865148044092.html
Why it’s important to get back to basics and learn to walk (properly) again

29 May 05:01 1 article

Why it’s important to get back to basics and learn to walk (properly) again

Respect your body’s design and walk your way to fitness, creativity and mental health

29 May 05:01 The Irish Times 8204772968854506720.html
Bet on agrarian theme as rural economic recovery will stand out: Mukul Kochhar

29 May 05:42 1 article

Bet on agrarian theme as rural economic recovery will stand out: Mukul Kochhar

‘We have had a very good winter harvest this time

29 May 05:42 The Economic Times 7653256037402294698.html
Tired of Netflix and Amazon Prime this Covid-19 season? Why don’t you try podcasts?

29 May 05:38 1 article

Tired of Netflix and Amazon Prime this Covid-19 season? Why don’t you try podcasts?

Podcast startups see a spike in listeners with self-help, humor and mental wellness content topping the chart amidst the pandemic.

29 May 05:38 The Economic Times 7653256036778494643.html
Karnataka: No test if you are in institutional isolation for 7 days and show no symptoms

29 May 05:35 1 article

Karnataka: No test if you are in institutional isolation for 7 days and show no symptoms

Any person who has completed seven days of institutional quarantine will undergo a medical check-up and will be sent for seven days of home quarantine. “If the person develops symptoms during home quarantine, health department staff will guide her to the hospital,” education minister S Suresh Kumar said in Covid-19 briefing on Thursday.

29 May 05:35 The Economic Times 7653256037768667747.html
Gold Price Analysis: Has strong support and $1,718, and may resume its rise – Confluence Detector

29 May 05:45 1 article

Gold Price Analysis: Has strong support and $1,718, and may resume its rise – Confluence Detector

Gold has been consolidating its gains after recovering from a dive below $1,700. Can it extend its gains on the last day of May? The Technical Conflue

29 May 05:45 FXStreet 4480975638978461865.html
How our very richest tripled their fortunes in a decade

29 May 05:44 1 article

How our very richest tripled their fortunes in a decade

Two macro themes have helped to deliver an extraordinary jump in the fo