Frequent screening of healthy, vaccinated people will pick up even the mildest infections. How much testing is too much?
Posts published in “Day: July 21, 2021”
The 2021 Tokyo Olympics are here and Team USA will once again be a competitor across many of the Summer Games' 28 sports. Here's how to watch the team compete in the United States.
With the suborbital flights made by Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson this month, the privatization of the space industry has crossed the point of no return.
The law aims to take the cost burden of recycling away from taxpayers. One environmental advocate said the change could be “transformative.”
The agreement would allow funds to begin flowing from the companies to states and communities to pay for addiction and prevention services.
With some health care workers still refusing to be immunized, medical centers around the country are requiring shots as cases climb once again.
Almond is open sourced privacy preserving virtual assistant (something like Alexa or Google Assistant) and it just got better with its latest release. In this video/article I’m going to install Almond in Home Assistant to control my devices there...
After documenting a last-resort treatment at one hospital, a photographer who spent hours in patients’ rooms describes capturing the humanity of the struggle.
A simplified tournament lends itself to some easy-to-follow standings for softball at the 2021 Olympic games. Here's who's in the lead and on their way to gold in Tokyo.
This might turn out to be a crucial window to try to prevent Alzheimer’s and other chronic diseases that often accompany older age.