Sunday September 27-th, 2020

Sanders Surges In California Primary Poll Sanders Surges In California Primary Poll

Kamala D. Harris of California at 8%, and Mr. Buttigieg at 6%. "Voters are struggling and not sticking with their candidates", he said. The poll was conducted before she dropped out of the race on December 3. It had a plus/minus margin of error...

Buttigieg Rips Interruption of Black Supporters' Rally Buttigieg Rips Interruption of Black Supporters' Rally

He then takes the microphone and yells repeatedly, "This is a farce!" Love said that Buttigieg's youth was encouraging, saying he could "galvanize a new electoral body that is a more accurate representation of what America actually is".

Peloton Responds To Backlash Over Its Bike Ad Peloton Responds To Backlash Over Its Bike Ad

She makes mobile phone videos to send to her husband, charting her progress over 12 months. The ad sparked a range of critiques, from those who found it darkly humorous to those who assailed the spot as classist and sexist . Founded in 201...

Anti-vaxxer arrested as Samoa battles measles epidemic Anti-vaxxer arrested as Samoa battles measles epidemic

Samoa is now in a state of emergency, with all schools closed, a mass vaccination campaign underway and public gatherings in the nation restricted. Yett said social media had been used to spread anti-vaccination misinformation in Samoa and the onli...

Rethink Hair Color-Cancer Link Rethink Hair Color-Cancer Link

But before you panic and throw out your box dye, there are a few things we need to explain here. The possibility of such an association isn't exactly new, having been scrutinised in the past. Which chemical can cause breast cancer? We might specul...

Concerns over low take-up of children's flu vaccination in Wakefield district Concerns over low take-up of children's flu vaccination in Wakefield district

The study participants in the VR, video and e-pamphlet conditions also viewed the CDC VIS before answering a series of questions regarding flu vaccination, including whether they would get a flu vaccine . There are several reasons that might expla...

Health officials reporting two more flu death in Oklahoma Health officials reporting two more flu death in Oklahoma

The Arkansas Department of Health says the deaths have all occurred in people 45-years-or older. Health officials report that seven flu cases have been confirmed in Flathead County. "Crucially, if you're experiencing norovirus symptoms it's importa...

Global measles deaths rise to 140000; young kids hit hard Global measles deaths rise to 140000; young kids hit hard

Dr Charlie Weller, head of vaccines at Wellcome in London, said: "It is a tragedy that so many children are dying from measles and that we are seeing a rise in cases in so many countries". In Samoa a measles outbreak has shut down that nation's sch...

Jamaican/American Democratic Presidential candidate Kamala Harris drops out of race Jamaican/American Democratic Presidential candidate Kamala Harris drops out of race

Former Vice President Joe Biden leads a cluster of four contenders near the top of national public opinion polls, but there is still plenty of uncertainty about where the Democratic race is headed as the campaign heats up. On Wednesday, Biden told ...

In Samoa , Exceptional fight against Measles closes down In Samoa , Exceptional fight against Measles closes down

The federal government instructed most private and non-private employees to remain residence for 2 days and shut down roads to nonessential autos as groups started going door-to-door to manage vaccines. The total number of measles cases admitted to a...

Poor Oral Hygiene Linked to Heart Failure and Atrial Fibrillation Poor Oral Hygiene Linked to Heart Failure and Atrial Fibrillation

The bacteria in our mouths may hold the key to many facets of our health. Lifestyle changes can help, and as of recent years, a certain everyday habit can also lower a person's risk of developing heart disease. Previous studies had shown that poor or...

Monthly birth control pill could be ready within years, say scientists Monthly birth control pill could be ready within years, say scientists

A paper on the research was published Wednesday in the journal Science Translational Medicine . Once the capsule hits the stomach, it dissolves and releases the device which extends out its arms. In order to translate it to humans, the device will...

Brushing teeth 3 times a day can lower heart failure risk Brushing teeth 3 times a day can lower heart failure risk

While this study isn't wholesale proof of a causative link between dental and cardiovascular health, there are already plenty of good reasons to brush your teeth regularly and visit the dentist, such as getting to keep your teeth in your later years....

No Health Insurance? No Problem: You Can Still Get PrEP for Free No Health Insurance? No Problem: You Can Still Get PrEP for Free

The Ready, Set, PrEP plan is a piece of Trump's "Ending the HIV Epidemic" activity, however activists state it doesn't go far enough. The CDC released its report on the same day that U.S. Those eligible can apply for Ready, Set, PrEP onlin...

Gene-edited twins Lula and Nana: Did He Jiankui create unintended mutations? Gene-edited twins Lula and Nana: Did He Jiankui create unintended mutations?

He Jiankui's experiment failed to recreate HIV resistant genes in twins Lulu and Nana. Several excerpts from the manuscript were released by the MIT Review for identifying how He Jiankui, the scientist behind this experiment, ignored the scientif...

Permanent hair dye may raise risk of breast cancer, study claims Permanent hair dye may raise risk of breast cancer, study claims

According to a new study from the International Journal of Cancer , Black women who use permanent dyes "every five to eight weeks or more was associated with a 60% increased risk of breast cancer as compared with an 8% increased risk for white...

Joe Biden mocked for 'no malarkey' campaign pledge Joe Biden mocked for 'no malarkey' campaign pledge

As Jill Biden introduced him to a crowd in Council Bluffs, the former vice-president put his wife's finger in his mouth. Despite leading in the national polls for the Democrat nomination, Mr Biden has fallen behind in the first two states to vote, ...

Leading Experts Optimistic for a HIV Vaccine by 2021

Director of the Bridge HIV research program at the San Francisco Department of Public Health and Chair of the two trials Dr. Susan Buchbinder said that the last stage the three vaccines will be entering is the most optimistic moments they have been...

Doctors 'reanimate' heart for first-of-its-kind transplant in US Doctors 'reanimate' heart for first-of-its-kind transplant in US

A human coronary heart was transplanted for the primary time ever in 1967 in South Africa. Last year, warm perfusion of a donor heart kept the organ alive for 16 hours when bad weather made it impossible for doctors to transport it to the designate...

Victoria Beckham salutes Elton John on World AIDS Day Victoria Beckham salutes Elton John on World AIDS Day

Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS in the mid-2000s. This number accounts for more than 50% of the number of people living with HIV in the country, according to the Acting Director-General of the Ghana AIDS Commission, Kyeremeh Atuahene. Victoria Be...

Joe Sestak drops his Democratic presidential campaign Joe Sestak drops his Democratic presidential campaign

In a statement posted on his Twitter site, Sestak thanked his supporters "for the honor of running for office" as "I'm completing our campaign together". "Without the privilege of national press, it is unfair to ask others to husband their resolve ...

Biden says he doesn't need Obama's endorsement POLITICO News Biden says he doesn't need Obama's endorsement POLITICO News

Former Vice President Joe Biden this week said that he "doesn't need" an endorsement from former President Obama because their connection is clear to voters. Still, Biden has been dismissive of both Buttigieg and Warren. "And by the way, you k...

Samoa measles epidemic: Another day brings two more deaths Samoa measles epidemic: Another day brings two more deaths

Almost 4,000 cases have been recorded on the Southern Pacific island nation, which is home to about 200,000 people. He said only electricity and water utility workers would be exempt and called on the nation to stand together to contain the outbrea...

Samoa measles death toll tops 50 Samoa measles death toll tops 50

Meanwhile, there have been another five deaths in Samoa's measles epidemic, bringing the toll to 53 . Samoa's vulnerability has risen as the number of people becoming immunized declines, with the World Health Organization saying vaccine coverage...

Fears over Ebola resurgence after responders killed in targeted attack Fears over Ebola resurgence after responders killed in targeted attack

These attacks will give it force again, and more people will die as a outcome, ' WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said. "These attacks challenge efforts to date", Muyembe said. The latest rebel attack outside Beni killed 19 people, t...

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