Researchers detect malaria resistant to key drug in Africa
LONDON - Scientists have found evidence of a resistant form of malaria in Uganda, a worrying sign that the top drug used against the parasitic disease could ultimately be rendered useless without more action to stop its spread.
Facebook tries to burnish its image by distancing Zuckerberg, upping marketing spending and restricting researchers - Silicon Valley Business Journal
Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's chief executive, signed off last month on a new initiative code-named Project Amplify.
Yes, an Israeli study did find natural immunity is effective in fighting COVID-19, but health experts still recommend vaccination
An Israeli study found the best protection against COVID-19 is getting vaccinated and having natural immunity. But vaccines are still effective and less dangerous.
Why a Real Facebook Ad Boycott Is Doomed
Here's a fun thought experiment.
Let's say you, like any decent, law-abiding internet user, are feeling enraged by the recent slew of Wall Street Journal reports detailing Facebook's myriad failures.
Study Finds Vaccinated Pregnant People Pass COVID Antibodies to Newborns - Fatherly
COVID vaccines won't be available for kids under age 5 for several more weeks, if not months. Even then, infants will have to wait until they're 6 months old to get the shot.
Meet the Experts Bringing Mindfulness to the Military - Mindful
This month, military leaders from around the world will meet for a first-of-a-kind virtual symposium to share how they've been using mindfulness within their formations, and to learn from each other.
Netgear SOHO Security Bug Allows RCE, Corporate Attacks
The issue lies in a parental-control function that's always enabled by default, even if users don't configure for child security.
New Study: Exercise Is Not the Sole Key to Weight Loss
For many people looking to lose weight, the goal is to burn more calories than you eat by ramping up your total energy expenditure and forcing the body to draw on energy stores like fat.
Googling for credible information can help correct belief in misinformation, according to a new study
Simply conducting a Google search to verify if a given statement about ethnic minorities in Japan is true or not could help correct disinformation, a new study published Wednesday in PLoS One found.
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