Young women undergoing chemotherapy for certain types of breast cancer may be able to preserve their fertility by adding the drug goserelin to their treatment, researchers said Friday. The cancer drug also appeared to improve survival, according to…
A trio of Mars missions in the starting blocks
"We have lift-off, we have lift-off!"
The summer race to land a space probe on Mars is off to a hot start.
Three countries -- The Hope Probe (United Arab Emirates), Tianwen-1 (China) and Mars 2020 (United States) -- have all taken their positions, hoping to take advantage of the period of time when the Earth and Mars are nearest: a mere 55 million kilometers (34 million miles) apart.
The neighboring planets only come this close once every 26 months -- a narrow "launch window" based on their relative positions in space.
Space agencies from all three nations plan to send rovers to the Red Planet to look for additional signs of past life and potentially pave the way to -- someday -- step foot on its surface.
Here are 7 hilarious videos about wearing COVID-19 masks to send people who won’t wear them
While late-night shows are off for a Summer break, Americans are glued to TikTok and Twitter for their humor and every folks have delivered.
The latest trend is to mock fools who refuse to wear masks. While many people who refuse to wear a mask tuck their tails and sulk as they walk away, some take it to a whole new level of fury. Those precious souls are being mocked and shamed all around the world.
Here are seven videos that are hilarious or adorable that encourage wearing masks during the COVID-19 pandemic:
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Senior health adviser accused the CDC of ‘undermining’ Trump by publishing warnings about COVID-19 in pregnant women
Surely everyone could agree that the priority during a global pandemic should be to save lives. That hasn't been the case.
According to the Washington Post, an adviser to the Department of Health and Human Services accused the Center for Disease Control (CDC) of trying to “undermining the president” by releasing factual information about the risks of getting the virus while pregnant.