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The COVID-19 pandemic is no excuse to crack down on Immigration

To get myself through the pandemic, I’ve been summoning everything I’ve learned about surviving in a new world as an immigrant. I left the Philippines as a kid to join…

Senate OKs $2T coronavirus stimulus package in unanimous vote; House sets Friday vote

The Senate passed a historic $2 trillion coronavirus relief package Wednesday night, as it tries to stem the destruction the pandemic has brought to American lives and wallets. The chamber…

Karl-Anthony Towns’ father ‘recovering well’ after coronavirus diagnosis, agent says

An agent for Minnesota Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns on Wednesday gave a promising update on the center’s father, Karl Towns Sr., who was diagnosed with coronavirus. Jessica Holtz told ESPN that Karl Towns Sr. was…

WHO names coronavirus virus officially as COVID-19

According to the announcement by the World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday, coronavirus, earlier dubbed as 2019-nCOV, now will be known as SARS-CoV-2. The disease that is caused due to…

Root Canal Therapy: Everything You Need To Know

Root Canal Therapy is also known as Endodontic therapy. It can simply be defined as a dental treatment of the infected tooth. In this procedure, the dentist will remove the…

Legionella Training Course to Aware Responsible Persons and Duty Holders about Legionnaire Disease

Legionnaires disease is a lethal form of disease pneumonia. Legionella Pneumophila is the bacterium cause legionnaires. The bacterium is found in the potable and non-potable water system. According to studies,…

Father-to-be should avoid alcohol 6 months before conception

Alcohol consumption of parents before fertilization causes congenital defects and developmental problems in newborns. According to studies, father-to-be should avoid alcohol consumption at least three months before conception. Not only…

New treatment to fight “Triple Negative Breast Cancer” to “Cure More Patients”

Scientists found a new treatment to beat one of the deadliest forms of breast cancer. Scientists have given an immunotherapy drug “Keytruda” to women with triple-negative breast cancer. According to…

Rabbits study hold the key in solving mysterious female orgasm in humans

Researchers have tried to understand the mystery behind the origin or function of female orgasm since years. Some previous hypotheses suggest that female orgasm helps bond better with their partners,…

Deer can transfer tuberculosis to human beings, says CDC

The CDC has discovered another uncommon way the humans can contract a disease from animals. Fortunately, this one does not involve kisses you receive from pets. A man from Michigan…