As COVID-19 continues to pound the globe, people are getting restless and angry. A second wave of the virus continues to hit Europe. As of last week, nearly half of all new COVID-19 infections were in Europe. Officials in several countries are worried that not enough hospital beds will be available to care for all
A Phoenix, Arizona, mother and her two children were hospitalized this week after being attacked by a swarm of bees. The bees came out of a shed and attacked the group. It is unknown whether the attack was provoked. Firefighters called to the scene sprayed the bees with foam to allow the family to escape.
The COVID-19 pandemic has stunned the world and has led to a cascade of worldwide health and economic issues that could last for a generation. However, health and structural advances made as a result of the pandemic could last for even longer. Here are some good things that could come out of the pandemic. Government
America is facing a shortfall of doctors, in part due to the retirement of many Baby Boomer doctors. As of 2016, there were 2.6 doctors for every 1,000 patients. And yet a lot of newly graduated American doctors can’t get a job. What’s the problem? In the U.S. half of all practicing physicians plan to
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) hopes to collect greater levels of biometric data on people who intend to legally immigrate to the U.S., including iris scans, voice recordings and DNA samples. Right now, immigrants applying for visas, green cards or certain benefits must submit fingerprints and photographs with their applications. Immigrants covered under the