Beware!!! 3rd Wave is all around the corner, learn- How Long You Can Wear The Same Mask, According To Scientists

Since the most-despised virus (and its variants) made an unwelcome appearance in our society again, masks have become one of the must-have items before leaving the house, alongside keys and wallets. Wearing COVID Face Masks However if you’re anyone like me and hang the mask in the closet and forget when you last changed it, … Read more

How New Tech Is Improving Intense Accident Diagnosis?

Accident victims who have been severely injured have a better chance of recovering thanks to technological advancements. They are assisting doctors in more quickly diagnosing serious injuries and setting the stage for better medical treatment. Patients have a better chance of survival and regaining some function, even though they still have a long road ahead … Read more

For Travelers With Disabilities, Video Games Are Now All Set To Windows To The World

Valerie Johnson is an avid traveler who loves the outdoors. Next on her list is a trip to Walden Pond, in Massachusetts. But the 27-year-old Texan won’t need a plane ticket; all she’ll need is a video game. Johnson was recently diagnosed with idiopathic intracranial hypertension, a neurological disorder that can cause headaches, impaired vision, and joint pain. These symptoms … Read more

What Else You’ve Skipped This Thursday!!! Let’s Dispel it…

The World Health Organization has Approved the World’s First Malaria Vaccine In a significant period, the WHO suggests widespread use of the RTS, S/AS01 malaria vaccine among children with moderate to high P. falciparum transmission of malaria.  The vaccine is the result of 30 years of research and development by GlaxoSmithKline GSK in collaboration with … Read more