Today's world is unimaginable without the cell phone. So much so that many people are obsessed with the device.
Researchers analyze the impacts of cell phone radiation emitted by devices and warn them of behavioral changes. Studies of possible health risks of smartphones are far from consensus.
Every year for my birthday, I receive a singular message from my aging, Scottish father. This year, turning 30 in quarantine, my inbox was inundated. Not with well wishes, but with every wild Coronavirus conspiracy going around.
The Importance of Technology to Combat COVID-19
Researchers with the Smithsonian's Global Health Program discovered six new coronaviruses in Burma bats. All the bats live in a cave called Linno Cave. The first time these viruses have been detected anywhere in the world.
Since the beginning of this year, the only name we hear while we wake up and go to bed again is- coronavirus. COVID-19, the novel coronavirus disease that emerged in the city of Wuhan, China, has now spread around the globe, almost affecting more than 200 nations. As of now, 1,352,266 coronavirus cases and 75,299 deaths have already been reported, while only 287,679 people have been recovered from this deadly virus.
In the wake of what is happening all over the world, there is going to a significant shift in what is going to follow, once the world stabilizes. The whole situation seems as if the universe wanted a break from every breathing human, and it just had no option but to spread a virus to get everyone to stay put. Amidst the devastating effect of the virus, there is a silver lining too. The Ozone layer is slowly getting healed, the oxygen levels have gone up, the universe is actually self-healing itself. I think, there could be a change in the global warming aspect as well.
Things are changing around the world since the spread of the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy! on ABC are beginning to do away with live audiences as a protective measure against the spread of coronavirus.
Health officials and doctors around the world have said there would be a big epidemic. No matter how one looks at it, with all of our science and understanding, we are still prone to nature's grasp. The Coronavirus is one such recent example.
As a life-long learner, I read constantly. I read everything I can get my hands on.
Every morning I wake up feeling (as I’m sure many of us do) like a Neanderthal on the dawn of mankind’s leap towards civilisation: slightly groggy, primitive (especially in appearance…), but optimistic. Today things are going to really move forwards. On rising, I have breakfast and, before throwing myself off the metaphorical caveman bandwagon and out into the wide waters of the working world, I first—tentatively—dip my toe into the tepid shores of modern civilisation.
The portrayal of autistic people in entertainment can be improved.
A few months ago, Rihanna, the world-wide popular singer, writer, and actress, released her own makeup brand know as Fenty Beauty, named after herself. Rihanna saw the cries of the market and she answered; it was heard loud and clear, but not just by the market and the POC who finally had some of their concerns and wishes answered.