Study finds that attractive people have better immune systems

Perhaps beauty is really more than skin deep. Being good-looking can be advantageous in many ways and a new study has found that attractive people also possess a superior and strong immune system. In a new study, scientists photographed 152 adults without makeup and neutral expressions. In an online survey, 492 people were asked to … Read more

Novak Djokovic will not take Covid vaccine even if he can’t play in tournaments

'That's the price I'm willing to pay' says Novak Djokovic who refuses to get vaccinated despite the possibility of missing out on tournament.

In a recent interview with the BBC Djokovic says that; “I was never against vaccination, but I’ve always supported the freedom to choose what you put in your body.” He concedes that his choice to remain unvaccinated could affect his tennis career by not allowing him to compete in tournaments and defend his French Open … Read more

New study finds that Lockdowns had ‘little to no effect’ on mortality rate

How the coronavirus pandemic has increased domestic violence

A team headed by the head of Johns Hopkins Institute for Applied Economics analyzed studies from the initial surge of the coronavirus pandemic to investigate assumptions that ‘stringent restrictions’ would limit deaths. However the meta-analysis found that enforced lockdowns in Europe and the US had only “reduced COVID19 mortality by 0.2% on average.” Border closures … Read more

Foreign Visitors not happy regarding Chinese Anal Swabs to detect Covid-19

Prior to the Olympic Games commencing in Beijing, China has again been subjecting people to Anal Swab Tests in an effort to detect the Omicron Variant. The Beijing News reported that approximately 27 people were given anal swabs last week. They were conducted in an apartment building in Beijing’s Haidian district. A woman who was … Read more

Children being prescribed sleeping tablets to cope with the stress of Covid

Children being drugged up on sleeping tablets to help cope with Pandemic anxiety

In England alone, over 570,000 prescriptions for sleeping pills were issued to children under the age of 16 last year. Experts blame lockdowns, disrupted schooling and generalized anxiety due to the Pandemic have cumulated in a 67 per cent increase in the doling out of medication to children. The age group of ten were the … Read more

Will a Chip Implant to confirm coronavirus vaccination be introduced?

The COVID-19 Passport Microchip

A Swedish company ‘Epicenter’ who has already successfully used microchip technology in the past has presented a way to store a person’s COVID-19 vaccine passport under the skin. This was reported through a video on Friday from the South China Post. The firm has presented an implant that is capable of storing a COVID passport … Read more

New Coronavirus variant B.1.1.529 could be 150 times more infectious than Delta

B.1.1.529 has been identified as a potentially dangerous Coronavirus Variant

The newly identified coronavirus variant known as B.1.1.529 has alarmed scientists around the world. “A burning question is does it reduce vaccine effectiveness, because it has so many changes,” said Aris Katzourakis from the University of Oxford, United Kingdom. South African scientist Tulio De Oliveira has stated in a media briefing that the emerging variant … Read more

Children from three years old will start being vaccinated for Covid-19 in China

China will begin coronavirus vaccinations for children as young as 3 years old

Local city as well as provincial governments in around five provinces in China have announced that children aged between three to 11 will be required to get vaccinations. A spokesman for Sinovac confirmed that its vaccine had been approved for use on children. Sinopharm, China’s other major vaccine, said that experts had demonstrated the effectiveness … Read more

Coronavirus new variant ‘AY.4.2’ could be even more infectious than Delta

New coronavirus variant emerges

Newly recognized Coronavirus variant AY.4.2 also known as “Delta Plus” has been related in approximately 6 percent of cases in the United Kingdom. Studies suggest that AY.4.2 could be 10 percent more transmissible than the most common U.K. Delta variant AY.4 according to Francois Balloux, PhD, director at the University College London Genetics institute. An … Read more