Figures from the Louisiana Department of Health showed that four outbreaks were linked to colleges and three tied to primary and secondary schools. Data shows that 151 cases are connected to those college outbreaks, and 17 cases are being attributed to outbreaks at primary and secondary schools. … [Read more...] about US reports school-related COVID-19 outbreaks, putting world on alert
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Infections in Spain have spiked in recent days after it ended a tough lockdown seven weeks ago. Friday’s almost 3,000 new cases, little changed from Thursday but about double the average of the first 12 days of August, brought the cumulative total to 342,813 - the highest in Western Europe. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus UPDATES: Three new deaths in UK as cases soar by more than 1,000
The lawyers accused more than 7,800 Boy Scouts of America leaders nationwide of child sex abuse. Many of the former Scout leaders appeared in a sweeping Los Angeles Times database dating to October 2012 that tracked thousands of men and women who were kicked out of the organization between 1947 and January 2005 due to suspected sex abuse. … [Read more...] about Boy Scout Child Sex Abuse: 15 Groups Listed In Snohomish County
It is hard to unravel the health problems attributed to energy drinks. Any of us who use caffeine eventually take more than we want to and might experience the sensation of a pounding heart. A bit too much caffeine is unlikely to harm your heart. Even among those people with arrhythmias – disorders that cause the heart to beat too fast, too slowly or irregularly – caffeine does little harm. A 2011 literature review published in the American Journal of Medicine found no reason for concern. "It is understandable that most physicians are unsure of the advice they can provide about caffeine intake and arrhythmias," Daniel Pelchovitz and Jeffrey Goldberger wrote. "In most patients with known or suspected arrhythmia, caffeine in moderate doses is well tolerated and there is therefore no reason to restrict ingestion of caffeine." It would be easy to be sceptical of this finding: Goldberger is a consultant for Red Bull, and there is the sense that caffeine can feel … [Read more...] about Generation jitters: are we addicted to caffeine?
To prevent the spread of COVID-19, disease prevention measures were put in place during the flight. Upon arrival at Hanoi’s Noi Bai International Airport, all the flight crew and passengers were given heath checkups and went into quarantine in line with regulations. … [Read more...] about Latest Coronavirus News in Vietnam & Southeast Asia August 15