The World Health Organization (WHO) announced that the number of death rates due to coronavirus infection have surged by 80% in Africa, with a 6,343 weekly rate. During a media briefing, WHO’s Director-General Tedros Adhamon Ghebreyesus declared that the Delta ...

Aging is a normal life process, and we all experience it differently. However, aging prematurely is something that we might be able to control. When it comes to daily behaviors that lead to aging, smoking and drinking excessive amounts of ...

The U.S is still struggling to keep Covid-19 outbreaks under control, despite having 70% of the adult population (12 or more) vaccinated with one of the available vaccines: Moderna, PfizerBioNTech, and Johnson & Johnson. According to CDC data, recent outbreaks ...

Sleeping is a crucial part of staying healthy, and researchers are always searching for ways to support that. A recent study, however, found that getting more sleep isn’t always beneficial. Such a thing might come as a surprise for some, ...

The vaccination campaign against the SARS-CoV-2 virus began in the U.S in December 2020, when nurse Sandra Lindsay received the first dose of the PfizerBioNTech Covid-19 vaccine. Sandra Lindsay received her first shot in New York, a city that was ...

Since the beginning of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic in 2019, statistics have determined that more than 198 million people have been infected with the virus, and nearly 4 million have lost their lives. Currently, there are over 15 million active cases, ...

Australia has had so far more than 32,588 cases of SARS-CoV-2 infections, and 915 people lost their lives due to complications. Since the outbreak in Wuhan in 2019, the island country has tried hard to keep the coronavirus away, and ...

New study highlights the dangers of red and processed meat and its link to an increased risk of heart disease. Red meat such as pork, beef, and lamb is an essential protein, minerals, and vitamins, but consuming too much can ...

Keeping ourselves a healthy and active mind isn’t really easy nowadays when stress, depression, and burnout are widespread. But the good news is that we can get back on track even without spending money on pills — many times, our ...

Around the world, a heart attack occurs every 20 seconds, and a fatality heart attack happens about every minute. It’s obvious that we should always become better at taking care of ourselves and never take the idea lightly. When one ...