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UNICEF: Most Children in Developed Countries are Malnourished

UNICEF: Most Children in Developed Countries are Malnourished

In a report published yesterday, Tuesday, UNICEF pointed out that several factors such as Coronavirus, conflicts, and climate changes have negatively affected
Cholera Outbreak Kills over 2,300 in Nigeria

Cholera Outbreak Kills over 2,300 in Nigeria

Cholera has killed more than 2,300 people and infected thousands more in Nigeria’s worst cholera outbreak in years. Those who
6 Lions and 3 Tigers Heal from COVID-19 at Washington Zoo

6 Lions and 3 Tigers Heal from COVID-19 at Washington Zoo

The lions and tigers at the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington are recovering from Coronavirus after getting infected last week,
33% of US Citizens Cut Ties with Unvaccinated Family Members

33% of US Citizens Cut Ties with Unvaccinated Family Members

A Harris Poll study which was conducted between 10 to 12th September showed that 33% of US citizens are now cutting off
US FDA Panel Recommends against Approving Pfizer-Biontech Booster Shot

US FDA Panel Recommends against Approving Pfizer-Biontech Booster Shot

The US Food and Drug Administration’s scientific advisory committee unanimously recommended against approving a booster shot of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine for
The Lasting Effects of Sleep Deprivation

The Lasting Effects of Sleep Deprivation

Sleep deprivation is a significant issue that may negatively impact your mental and physical health. According to World Sleep Day data,
Apparently, Social Connection Vitalizes the Brain

Apparently, Social Connection Vitalizes the Brain

Social Connections and Physical Health Hugs, caring conversations, and even a simple smile can change someone’s mood on a rainy
Coronavirus Claims 4.5 million Victims Around the World

Coronavirus Claims 4.5 million Victims Around the World

Johns Hopkins University in the US reported that the total number of coronavirus infections in the world has increased to