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  • Daily Covid infections in UK less than half recorded two weeks ago K年1月22日 E6時55分 The Guardian The UK detected 76,807 new Covid infections in the past 24 hours, a 54% drop on the 176,191 cases detected two weeks ago as the record-breaking Omicron wave appears to have spiked. The UK reported a further 297 people died within 28 days of a positive …
  • New sub-variant under investigation as it sweeps Europe K年1月22日 E6時35分 The New Zeland Herald World 22 Jan, 2022 05:42 PM3 minutes to read Second Auckland Airport worker tests positive; Palmerston North case has Omicron; 9 new cases in Nelson. Video / NZ HeraldSecond Auckland Airport worker tests positive; Palmerston North case has Omicron; 9 …
  • Omicron sub-variant throws up fresh questions about virus K年1月22日 E6時04分 The Times of Israel PARIS (AFP) — Scientists are keeping a close watch on a recently discovered sub-variant of the Omicron version of the COVID-19 virus to determine how its emergence could affect future pandemic spread. The initial Omicron variant has become the dominant …
  • Scientists scrutinise characteristics of new Omicron sub-variant BA.2 K年1月22日 E4時19分 France 24 Studies are underway to find out the precise characteristics of the latest Covid-19 variant ‘BA.2’. It already accounts for the majority of most recent cases in a number of countries, including India, Denmark and Sweden. But, for French Health Minister …
  • Minouche Shafik: ‘The idea that you are successful because you are hardworking is pernicious’ K年1月22日 E4時16分 The Guardian Minouche Shafik seemed destined for the top job at the Bank of England when she arrived in 2014, but becoming the first female governor was not to be. She only spent two years inside the Bank’s imposing offices on Threadneedle Street before quitting as …
  • New Omicron variant spreading: experts K年1月22日 E3時09分 The Weekly Times As most countries surpass their peak of the Omicron wave, scientists are investigating a subtype that may be more transmissible than the original. A new sister subtype of the Covid Omicron variant, which may be more transmissible and harder to track, has …
  • Omicron 'sub-variant' throws up new virus questions K年1月22日 E1時48分 The Sun Daily PARIS: Scientists are keeping a close watch on a recently-discovered sub-variant of the Omicron version of the Covid-19 virus to determine how its emergence could effect future pandemic spread. The initial Omicron variant has become the dominant virus …
  • Link 22 Jan 2022 | Naked Capitalism K年1月22日 E12時37分 Justice News Flash Denmark and France are both experiencing a revival of Omicron, presumably BA.2. This will expand in popularity in Europe and soon North America. – Virologist Brian Hjelle (@hjelle_brian) January 21, 2022 Covid reinfection: How likely are you to catch the …
  • ‘Stealth Omicron’: Everything we know about new ‘under investigation’ Covid-19 strain BA.2 K年1月22日 E12時11分 The Independent Health chiefs have revealed they are officially monitoring a new version of Covid-19 – which has been nicknamed “stealth Omicron”. The UK Health Security Agency has marked BA.2 a “variant under investigation” – one level below a “variant of concern” – …
  • Former Kingussie Dux wins top US science accolades K年1月22日 E1時41分 Strathspey and Badenoch Herald An ex-Kingussie High School pupil has been recognised for her ‘detective work’ in the fight against global warming. Dr Isla Simpson has been honoured by two prominent American organisations in earth science for landmark research into the atmosphere and …
  • BA.2: New form of Omicron variant under investigation with more than 100 cases in London, says UKHSA K年1月22日 E1時06分 Evening Standard A new form of Omicron named BA.2 has been deemed a “variant under investigation” with more than 100 confirmed cases in London, the UK Health Security Agency has said. There have been 426 cases cases of the sub-lineage identified in the UK, the agency said …
  • How to Close the Gateway to Hell K年1月21日 E11時53分 Gizmodo See it while you can.Photo: Alexander Vershinin (AP) OK, who put “Turkmenistan is going to attempt to extinguish the eternal fires of the Gateway of Hell” on their 2022 bingo card? Anyone? No? Right then. Within the Central Asian nation’s expansive Karakum …
  • Building Public Trust For Managing The Pandemic's Psychological Impacts In The Philippines K年1月21日 E8時47分 Scoop 21 January 2022 | Nina Ashley O. Dela Cruz and Raymond Gaspar Nina Ashley O. Dela Cruz is a consultant involved in the formulation of evidence and gap maps at the Campbell Collaboration in New Delhi.  Raymond E. Gaspar is a policy research specialist at …
  • UK health chiefs are now officially keeping tabs on 'stealth' version of Omicron K年1月21日 E8時05分 Daily Mail British health chiefs are now officially keeping tabs on a version of Omicron that is harder to track amid fears it may have spread to thousands of people.  The UK Health Security Agency today marked BA.2 as a 'variant under investigation'. The …
  • Kalray Enters into Exclusive Negotiations for the Acquisition of Arcapix Holdings Ltd K年1月21日 E5時48分 HPCwire GRENOBLE, France, Jan. 21, 2022 — Kalray, a leading provider in the new generation of processors and acceleration cards specialized in Intelligent Data Processing from Cloud to Edge, has announced that it has entered into exclusive negotiations for the …
  • Broken Growth Stocks: Coursera K年1月21日 E5時29分 Seeking Alpha Joyce Diva/E+ via Getty ImagesInvestors with decades-long investing careers develop heuristics or algorithms based on what has worked for them and the mistakes they made along the way. As an active investor over the last two decades, I have made many …
  • What You Need To Know About How Well Vaccines Protect You Against Omicron K年1月21日 E5時21分 Forbes Topline The omicron coronavirus variant has spread rapidly around the world, with fully vaccinated people increasingly reporting Covid-19 infections and governments accelerating booster campaigns to control the outbreak, but with evidence mounting that …
  • Fastest-ever study of how electrons respond to X-rays performed K年1月21日 E3時45分 Phys.org A study of electron dynamics timed to millionths of a billionth of a second reveals the damage radiation can do on a molecular level. The first-of-its kind study used ultrafast X-ray laser pulses to disrupt the electrons in a molecule of nitrous oxide and …
  • Covid reinfection: how likely are you to catch virus multiple times? K年1月21日 E3時10分 The Guardian Anecdotal reports of Covid reinfection in the UK are growing, including people testing positive just weeks apart in December and January, or having had the virus three or even four times. Children are also being seen with reinfections. We take a look at …
  • London NHS hospitals bought £36m of services from US healthcare firm HCA last year K年1月21日 E2時22分 The Guardian London NHS hospitals struggling to cope with the Covid-19 pandemic purchased £36m of cancer care, cardiology and other services directly from the UK’s largest private healthcare group HCA last year. Analysis of monthly public data from NHS trusts, …
  • Omicron 'sub-lineage' is variant under investigation but case numbers low, UKHSA says K年1月21日 E2時01分 Sky News The UK Health Security Agency has designated the Omicron variant sub-lineage, known as BA.2, as a variant under investigation - with current case rates very low. Just 53 sequences had been identified in the UK by 10 January, according to the HSA, which …
  • Omicron sub-variant BA.2 ‘under investigation’ by UK health officials K年1月21日 E1時53分 The Independent A sub-lineage of the Omicron strain has been formally designated as a “variant under investigation” by the UK Health Security Agency. Some 426 cases of BA.2 have been detected in the UK so far, the UKHSA said on Friday, with the earliest dating back to 6 …
  • Kalray Enters into Exclusive Negotiations for the Acquisition of Arcapix Holdings Ltd, a Leading Provider of Software-defined Storage Solutions for Data-intensive Applications K年1月21日 E7時49分 Design and Reuse Grenoble - France, January 20, 2022 – Kalray (Euronext Growth Paris: ALKAL), a leading provider in the new generation of processors and acceleration cards specialized in Intelligent Data Processing from Cloud to Edge, today announced that it has entered …
  • This L.A. plant shop sees and serves the special needs community K年1月21日 E3時22分 Los Angeles Times - California This is the latest in a series we call PLANT PPL, where we interview people of color in the plant world. If you have any suggestions for PPL to include in our series, tag us on Instagram @latimesplants. Juan and Susan Sanchez had their daughter, Sofia, in …
  • Can We Stop An Incoming Asteroid? K年1月21日 E1時44分 Daily Caller Earth’s very close call — in cosmic terms — with an asteroid Tuesday lead some to ask if we could prevent a substantial disaster. An asteroid, 1994 PC1, over half a mile wide was calculated to come within 1.2 million miles of Earth on Jan. 18, according to …
  • ADBA names Grant Budge as new chief executive K年1月21日 E12時51分 MRW Grant Budge has been named as chief executive of the Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association ADBA in succession to Charlotte Morton. Budge was previously managing director of Catalyst Consulting, which works with clients across clean/low- …
  • Covid-19: 'Pune nearing its peak, falling trend in Mumbai soon' K年1月20日 E11時52分 The Times of India On Thursday, daily cases in the Pune Metropolitan Region jumped to a new high of 14,424, up from 12,633 on Wednesday. (Representative image)PUNE: Pune is almost nearing the peak of the current surge in Covid-19 cases and might see a downward trend soon, …
  • Unvaccinated nurse 'prepared to lose job' rather than get Covid jab K年1月20日 E10時34分 Daily Record & Sunday Mail An NHS nurse has insisted that she would rather lose her job than get vaccinated against Covid-19. All frontline NHS workers in England are facing the sack if they have not had two jabs by April 1, meaning that they must receive their first dose by …
  • Disease predictions can be improved by factoring in mosquito predators K年1月20日 E8時55分 Phys.org The way mosquitoes react to predators should be included in disease models, say researchers behind a new study. They say the information can improve predictions of when and where there might be high numbers of human infections of mosquito-borne diseases. …
  • Unvaccinated nurse says she is prepared to lose her job than have the Covid jab K年1月20日 E5時21分 Daily Mirror NHS frontline staff in England are required to be fully vaccinated by April 1 meaning they must have their first jab by early February or risk losing their jobs The government measure means nurses must get the jab or risk losing their job (stock image) ( …
  • Shell carbon capture facility 'secures just 48% of hydrogen production emissions' K年1月20日 E5時10分 Sky News One of the only facilities in the world that uses carbon capture and storage technology to reduce the emissions of hydrogen production has the same carbon footprint as 1.2 million petrol cars, according to a new report seen exclusively by Sky News. In a …
  • Restoring faith in science is a critical national imperative K年1月20日 E4時18分 The Hill One of the developments most responsible for eroding the strength and cohesion of American society is the intense political acrimony over the validity and credibility of American science, especially regarding the pandemic. This has fed, and been fed by, a …
  • UK set to ‘slip gently into lower league’ of nations, warns Tony Blair K年1月20日 E1時39分 The Independent Sir Tony Blair has warned that the UK is on course to “slip gently into a lower league” of nations, as he accused Boris Johnson of lacking a coherent plan for government. The former Labour prime minister said that without a radical shift in policy Britain …
  • 'Second type' of Omicron Covid that may spread faster being monitored by scientists K年1月20日 E12時57分 Daily Record & Sunday Mail There is evidence of a new type of Omicron Covid, according to experts. Dr Tom Peacock, a virologist at Imperial College London explained that the strain - known to scientists as BA.2 - is growing compared to the previous Omicron variant which is known as …
  • Green campaigner lectures GMB viewers on damage of conservatories - while sitting in hers K年1月20日 E12時34分 Daily Mail A green campaigner has called for conservatories to be banned - while sitting in her own one. Angela Terry said Britons need to dump the glass houses because they 'act like a furnace' for the rest of the home. The environmental scientist, 47, …
  • Commuters face being told to wear and not wear masks at SAME train station K年1月20日 E12時31分 Daily Mail Boris Johnson’s mask U-turn descended into chaos today after TfL and rail firms issued conflicting orders and shoppers ditched them early. The Prime Minister is scrapping all Covid curbs in England, including compulsory masks on public transport from next …
  • Tony Blair warns the UK is heading for 'lower league' status K年1月20日 E12時31分 Daily Mail Tony Blair claims the UK is heading for 'lower league' status because Boris Johnson does not have a coherent plan for the long-term future of the nation as he delivers his first speech since backlash over his knighthood Tony Blair said there is a …
  • Covid briefing: Experts monitor a second type of Omicron that may be spreading faster K年1月20日 E7時40分 Wales Online Here are the morning headlines for Thursday, January 20, as medical experts track a second type of Omicron that may be spreading faster. Dr Tom Peacock, a virologist at Imperial College London, says that there is evidence that the new type of Omicron, …
  • Historian Jack Rakove on American history writing and the falsifications of the 1619 Project and its defenders K年1月20日 E3時40分 World Socialist Web Site Jack Rakove, William Robertson Coe Professor of History and American Studies and professor of political science, emeritus, at Stanford University, is a leading scholar of the American Revolution and the framing of the Constitution, whose books include the …
  • Antibiotic-resistant superbugs killed 1.2MILLION people in 2019 - more than HIV or malaria K年1月20日 E2時51分 Daily Mail Antibiotic-resistant infections directly killed 1.2million people in 2019, according to the largest study of its kind that lays bare the growing threat of superbugs.  This would make superbugs a bigger global killer than AIDS or malaria, which killed 860, …
  • Bullying professor fails in her bid to keep report from the public  K年1月20日 E2時50分 Daily Mail Bullying professor loses her secrecy battle: University boss fails in her bid to keep report from the public Alice Gast failed in bid to keep secret a report which found her guilty of bullying She is still in her £519,000-a-year role as president of …
  • IAEA Completes First Review of a Nuclear Higher Education Degree Programme K年1月20日 E1時17分 IAEA The IAEA has completed its first curriculum review of a university degree programme with a nuclear specialization. The four-day visit to the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) in Hungary aimed to support further development of the …
  • Future engineers on right track after Siemens’ sustainable transport competition K年1月20日 E1時12分 Logistics Voices Siemens has uncovered engineering, technology and business talent through a competition to design the smart and sustainable transport system of the future. SustainaCity Racer challenged 50 bright sparks from 15 universities across the UK to design an …
  • Wynright Corporation names Christoph Schenk president K年1月20日 E12時35分 Modern Materials Handling By MMH Staff · January 19, 2022 Wynright Corporation, a Daifuku group company, has announced that Christoph Schenk has been appointed the new president of the corporation. An experienced business leader, Schenk succeeds Kevin Ambrose. After 20-plus years …
  • New Antifungal Medications Are Sorely Needed K年1月19日 E9時54分 Medscape As rates of antibiotic resistance grow alarmingly among disease-causing bacteria, dangerous fungi also are evolving stronger defenses, with a lot less fanfare. Every year, infections of molds and yeasts such as Aspergillus and Candida kill more than 1.5 …
  • COVID Quickly, Episode 21: Colds Build COVID Immunity, and the Omicron Vaccine Delay K年1月19日 E7時23分 Scientific American Josh Fischman: Hi, and welcome to COVID, Quickly, a Scientific American podcast series. This is your fast-track update on the COVID pandemic. We bring you up to speed on the science behind the most urgent questions about the virus and the disease. We …
  • When will Plan B be reviewed? Everything we know so far K年1月19日 E12時32分 The Independent Boris Johnson’s “Plan B” measures are currently in force in England in the hope of limiting the spread of the Omicron variant of Covid-19 this winter. At his Downing Street press conferences prior to Christmas, the prime minister warned that the new strain …
  • Plastic Drawdown tool to help Maldives slash plastic waste by 85 percent, study reveals K年1月19日 E9時19分 University of Oxford News The paper forecasts that the new Plastic Drawdown tool is set to lead to reductions in plastic waste in the Maldives by some 85 percent by 2030. Experts say other countries should adopt the tool in a bid to lead the fight against plastic waste. The model …
  • Can a person be infected with Omicron twice? Here's what experts have to say K年1月19日 E5時51分 India TV News Person's immunity primed by prior infection or vaccination has memory of parent virus There is not yet strong evidence in favour of Omicron recurring in an individual Omicron has more than 30 mutations on its spike proteins, helping it to escape …
  • Emperor hopes for end of coronavirus pandemic in poem ceremony K年1月19日 E2時26分 Japan Today Emperor Naruhito again expressed his hope for the end of the coronavirus pandemic in a poem recited Tuesday at an annual ceremony. Princess Aiko, the only child of Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako, released her first poem after coming of age last month, …
  • Can a person be infected with Omicron twice? Experts don't rule out possibility K年1月19日 E12時21分 International Business Times Vitality of Covid booster doses: Data from Switzerland sheds crucial clues While Omicron is known to cause Covid re-infection, there is no strong evidence yet in the favour of a person being affected with the vaccine dodging strain again, said Indian …
  • Can You Get Omicron More Than Once? Chicago's Top Doctor Answers K年1月18日 E10時12分 NBC 5 - Illinois With the omicron variant leading to increased infections in people who previously had COVID-19, is it possible that someone who has an omicron case now could contract the same strain of the virus again? The answer isn't exactly clear yet, according to …
  • Furious MPs told to calm down in row over Government modelling during the Covid pandemic K年1月18日 E9時42分 Daily Mail Furious MPs today slammed No10's for its 'despicable' reliance on 'hysterical' Covid forecasts that have repeatedly driven the nation into lockdown.   In a heated Westminster Hall discussion about coronavirus, Conservative Bob Seely …
  • How quickly can you get Covid again - and can you catch Omicron twice? K年1月18日 E5時14分 Birmingham Live With the coronavirus pandemic having dragged on for more than two years, millions of people across the country have had the virus at some point. Even though Covid has been a fact of life over the last couple of years, there’s still quite a lot we don’t …
  • University Challenge Imperial captain accused of 'ignoring and patronising' teammates K年1月18日 E4時37分 Daily Mail University Challenge Imperial captain is slammed for 'ignoring and patronising' his teammates - with viewers branding the tension 'excruciating' to watch Imperial College London captain Michael Mays faced backlash on social media Viewers …
  • Dr. Ben Asante adjudged Second Best State CEO in Ghana K年1月18日 E3時07分 Ghana MMA The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Ghana National Gas Company (GhanaGas), Dr. Ben K. D. Asante has been adjudged the second best CEO of all state institutions in Ghana for the year 2021. In a research by FAKS Investigative Services, Dr. Asante scored …
  • Covid-19 news: Joint flu and covid-19 vaccine could be offered in 2023 K年1月18日 E12時57分 New Scientist By Michael Le Page, Clare Wilson, Jessica Hamzelou, Sam Wong, Graham Lawton, Adam Vaughan, Conrad Quilty-Harper, Jason Arunn Murugesu and Layal Liverpool A healthcare worker prepares a dose of the Moderna covid-19 vaccine in Keelung, Taiwan, on Wednesday, …
  • Humanity Has Turned Land Itself Into a Menace K年1月18日 E12時08分 Wired Buildings in Russia are crumbling like they’re made of Lego bricks. Alaska spends millions of dollars each year repairing roads that are dipping and wrinkling. In Canada, Iqaluit Airport’s runway is sinking, when pilots would really prefer it not. You can’ …
  • Can you catch Omicron twice? Why it's 'certainly possible' to get Covid variant again K年1月18日 E11時51分 Daily Record & Sunday Mail Much has been said about how quickly Omicron can spread, but another question is its ability to reinfect. Omicron has been the main Covid strain in the UK for about a month, leading to a tremendous surge in cases around the world. At this point, hundreds …
  • What are they talking about in Newport, Rhode Island? - TheArticle K年1月18日 E10時39分 Rhode Island News.net There are probably two main reasons to visit Newport, RI. The first is to marvel at the opulence of the houses built by the first generation of American plutocrats as their getaways from the oppressive summer heat of New York. The Vanderbilts, the Astors …
  • Recovery: The Lost Art of Convalescence by Dr Gavin Francis review – the art of getting better K年1月18日 E7時20分 The Guardian Getting better is rarely something that happens all the time. Whether we’ve been seriously ill or injured, everyone has to experience the complexities of recovery as the aftermath. Aftermath is an old agricultural term meaning “a second crop” growing …
  • Smoking can lead to social isolation and loneliness K年1月18日 E3時50分 Medical News A recent study published in the journal The Lancet Regional Health (Europe) shows how smoking can be linked with increased social isolation and loneliness in older individuals, implying it can have detrimental effects on several different aspects of their …
  • Pioneering operation using tiny beads turned off my hunger hormones! K年1月18日 E1時45分 Daily Mail NHS hospitals will soon start trials of a new procedure to treat obesity by turning off the ‘hunger hormone’.  Kirsten Kerfoot, 32, a nurse and mother of one, from Baltimore in the U.S., was one of the first in the world to benefit from it.  Here, Kirsten …
  • Metals / Green Energy Stock Defense Metals (TSX-V: $DEFN.V) (OTCQB: $DFMTF) Reinforces Leadership Following 100% Acquisition of Wicheeda REE Property K年1月17日 E10時12分 MENAFN (MENAFN- Investor Ideas) --> Metals / Green Energy Stock Defense Metals (TSX-V: $DEFN.V) (OTCQB: $DFMTF) Reinforces Leadership Following 100% Acquisition of Wicheeda REE Property   Vancouver, British Columbia - January 17, 2022 (Investorideas.com …
  • Ancient Mars may have had a liquid ocean despite freezing temperatures K年1月17日 E9時21分 New Scientist A model based on Earth’s oceans and atmosphere explains how Mars could have been cold and wet 3 billion years ago Space 17 January 2022 By Alex Wilkins Artist’s view of ancient Mars, with frozen ice sheets and glaciers flowing into the northern ocean NASA …
  • All Covid restrictions in England could end in March under No 10 plans K年1月17日 E8時22分 The Guardian No 10 is drawing up plans to phase out England’s remaining pandemic restrictions from as early as March as a beleaguered Boris Johnson signals to his backbenchers that he is prepared to let the UK live with the virus. A senior source confirmed the …
  • New Spin Out Aims to Commercialize the Battery Modeling Capability K年1月17日 E7時00分 AZoCleantech About:Energy, a joint spin out from Imperial College London and the University of Birmingham has been set up to help commercialise the battery modelling capability developed by the Faraday Institution's Multi-scale Modelling Project. The company aims …
  • British-born DJ set to become Jamaica's first Alpine skier to compete at Winter Olympics K年1月17日 E6時18分 Daily Mail A British-born former DJ set to become Jamaica's first Alpine skier at the Winter Olympics, says he wants to encourage the next generation of Jamaicans to compete at international level. Benjamin Alexander, 38, whose father is Jamaican, will be the …
  • New Fuel Cell Venture Launched For 90-Seat Hydrogen Airliner K年1月17日 E6時13分 Aviation International News The Electric Aviation Group (EAG) is stepping up its plans to bring a hydrogen-powered regional airliner to market by establishing a subsidiary company to develop a megawatt-class fuel cell stack system for its planned 90-seat Hydrogen Hybrid-Electric …
  • Ozone pollution causes $63 billion damage per year to East Asian crops K年1月17日 E5時22分 New Scientist Rising levels of ground-level ozone in China and nearby countries are having a big effect on the yields of staple crops such as wheat, rice and maize Environment 17 January 2022 By Michael Le Page Emissions from vehicles in places like Beijing, China, are …
  • ‘Deltacron’: Should we worry about new COVID-19 variants merging? K年1月17日 E5時11分 Al Jazeera During the past week, my inbox has been flooded with messages telling me a new COVID-19 variant had been discovered in Cyprus. Dubbed “Deltacron”, it was said to be responsible for a series of hospitalisations in the country. I groaned at the thought of a …
  • At 17.42% CAGR, Oligonucleotide Synthesis Market Size is Expected to Reach USD 22584.1 Million in 2028, says Brandessence Market Research' K年1月17日 E1時21分 MENAFN (MENAFN- PR Newswire) LONDON, Jan. 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- The Global Oligonucleotide Synthesis Market is valued at USD 7338.5 Million in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 22584.1 Million by 2028 with a CAGR of 17.42% over the forecast period. …
  • REE Stock News- Defense Metals (TSX-V: $DEFN.V) ( OTCQB: $DFMTF) Reinforces Leadership with Acquisition K年1月17日 E1時15分 EIN Presswire Defense Metals Corp. (TSX-V:DEFN / OTCQB:DFMTF) is reinforcing its leadership team, following the (100%) acquisition of the Wicheeda REE Property Defense Metals Corp. (TSX:DEFN.V) VANCOUVER, BC , CANADA, January 17, 2022 /⁨EINPresswire.com⁩/ …
  • Curbing COVID-19 in schools: Cambridge scientists support CO2 monitor rollout K年1月17日 E1時09分 University of Cambridge News Scientists from Cambridge, Surrey and Imperial College London are supporting the rollout of portable monitors to UK schools as part of project CO-TRACE. The researchers behind the collaboration have produced materials to help teachers use the monitors, …
  • ‘But I just had Covid’ – Why Omicron is driving up reinfection rate K年1月17日 E1時38分 EIN Presswire Andrew Byrne (25) contracted Covid-19 for the first time in November but had very mild symptoms and thought he had “cheated Covid”. A month and a half later, he tested positive for the virus again. The rapid spread of the highly transmissible Omicron …
  • Goodbye Pandemic, Hello Endemic K年1月16日 E10時50分 EIN Presswire Commentary In early 1918, when World War I entered its final year, the H1N1 influenza A virus infected millions of people, causing the Spanish flu pandemic. By April 1920, after four waves and almost 100 million deaths, the pandemic ended. H1N1 became much …
  • Local heroes honoured K年1月16日 E3時26分 EIN Presswire From business leaders to a care home manager – a wide variety of Warwickshire residents were revealed to have been given a New Year’s Honour. Here the recipients talk about their work, volunteering and passions. This feature first appeared in the Herald on …
  • Voices: Celebrities tell us that mental health matters – so why is OCD still treated as a joke? K年1月16日 E1時40分 EIN Presswire “Be kind” can perhaps be described as the definitive phrase of the last three years. We have posted the suicide hotline numbers, shared pictures of the pills popped to maintain a normal life. We have told friends to open up and shared the terrifying …
  • Delhi’s massive Omicron outbreak tells us a lot about how the new variant gets around herd immunity K年1月15日 E11時23分 ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) For months, India’s COVID numbers had remained relatively stable, after overcoming a catastrophic wave of the Delta variant last year. The highly infectious variant officially killed 250,000 people, although many believe that is far lower than the true …
  • What happens to the 500,000 people who are still shielding? K年1月15日 E10時34分 Daily Mail Debbie Carol has left her house twice in 22 months – once for a hospital visit, and once to get married. The 69-year-old former college lecturer from London has not entered a shop, eaten in a restaurant or gone to the cinema in that time. Nor has she …
  • Psychedelics Can Change Your View On The Nature Of Reality K年1月15日 E4時29分 Benzinga This article was originally published on Psychedelic Spotlight and appears here with permission. “The man who comes back through the Door in the Wall will never be quite the same as the man who went out.” – Aldous Huxley A recent study, published in  …
  • NJ students: SCVTHS students bring joy to those less fortunate K年1月15日 E1時19分 My Central Jersey - New Jersey This holiday season, the students and staff at Somerset County Vocational & Technical High School (SCVTHS) took part in various events with the hopes of bringing joy to those who are less fortunate. In November, SCVTHS held their 22nd Annual Holiday …
  • ‘The collapse of humanity is deathly funny’: Gary Shteyngart on writing comedy in difficult times K年1月15日 E11時17分 The Guardian I do not write historical fiction. But I envy those who do. I can picture them sitting in the lamp-lit halls of the New York Public Library on 42nd Street, thumbing through fraying, early 20th‑century telephone directories or spinning the roulette of the …
  • Foes Of The Single-Use Filter — Meet The New Yorkers Who Want To Eliminate The Cigarette Butt K年1月15日 E11時14分 Gothamist - New York According to Tobacco Atlas, a partnership between the American Cancer Society and Vital Strategies, 5.7 trillion cigarettes are sold annually worldwide. That’s more than 15 billion butts every day, 65% of which are intentionally littered, according to Keep …
  • Canadian COVID-19 vaccine study seized on by anti-vaxxers — highlighting dangers of early research in pandemic K年1月15日 E9時03分 CBC/Radio-Canada Subscribe to Second Opinion for a weekly roundup of health and medical science news. A Canadian study that vastly underestimated the protection COVID-19 vaccines provide against the Omicron variant is being revised — but not before it spread widely on …
  • Explainer: Omicron vs Delta — what more we know about the new Covid-19 variant K年1月15日 E7時51分 Dawn The new variant is likely far more transmissible than Delta but studies suggest it may be less severe. Two years into the pandemic, the only thing we are certain of is the ever-changing, ever-mutating nature of the Sars-CoV-2 virus that causes Covid-19. …
  • SLR: Britain’s Fawlty Towers Covid-19 response K年1月15日 E6時15分 Politicsweb When those tasked by voters to protect and guide them behave like conspiracy theorists, leading to damaging outcomes – and patronise and penalise a former ‘colony’ – it’s easy to realise why movies satirising madcap governments are so popular. I’m …
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