Wuxi Covid outbreak: Shopping for more than 2 hours, your ID card will be confiscated
The epidemic has recently reappeared in China, and many places have tightened restrictions. A district in Wuxi, Jiangsu province, has asked residents to return to their homes within two hours of shopping, or their ID cards will be confiscated. This news shocked the citizens. According to NetEase, on July 6, Wuxi City ...
Biden declares ‘public health crisis’ to introduce tougher gun control measures
Democrat President Biden declared gun violence a disease that affects many people and has a significant impact on national health, loss of life, and even the economy. "Gun violence in this country is an epidemic," he said in a statement. "Let me say it again: gun violence in this country is ...
Chinese regime cancels Taiwan’s request for its citizens to return because of coronavirus alerts
China is refusing to send Taiwanese citizens trapped in Wuhan since the outbreak of the coronavirus home by charted planes. The number of infections has already surpassed 4,500 people. According to Taiwan News, the Taiwan Council for Continental Affairs and the Straits Exchange Foundation requested that Taiwanese trapped in Wuhan be ...
Chinese research team suggests coronavirus outbreak did not originate in an animal market
So far it has been reported that the coronavirus spreading through China and generating contagion alarms at the international level originated in a local market in Wuhan, however a recent investigation reported in the Lancet, on the first clinical cases casts doubt on such findings. In view of the celebrations of ...
Millions left behind as diabetes drives surge in insulin demand
Researchers said the amount of insulin needed to effectively treat type 2 diabetes would rise by more than 20 percent over the next 12 years
Doctors Warn of Global C-Section ‘Epidemic’, Millions of Women at Risk Each Year
The procedure is generally overused in many middle- and high-income settings, but women in low-income situations often lack access to what can be a life saver
US officials call teen vaping ‘epidemic,’ weigh flavor ban
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. health officials say teenage use of e-cigarette has reached "epidemic" levels and are calling on the industry to address the problem or risk having their flavored products pulled off the market. The warning from the Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday marks a stark shift in the ...
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