Monkeypox is now a public health emergency in the United States

AFP, published on Friday, August 05, 2022 at 09:10 The United States on Thursday declared a public health emergency over the monkeypox outbreak, a decision that should free up funds, facilitate data collection and deploy more personnel to fight the disease. With more than 6,600 registered cases in the country, including about a quarter in … Read more

a New Yorker recounts his monkeypox experience

AFP, published on Thursday, July 21, 2022 at 04:00 ‘I don’t wish what I went through on anyone’: Healed of monkeypox that gave him ‘the worst pain of his life’, Kyle Planck, a 26-year-old New Yorker, regrets the lack of response from public health officials The first cases emerged in the United States on. This … Read more

Long lines in New York to get vaccinated against monkeypox

AFP, published on Monday, July 18, 2022 at 00:08 The grammar school in a Brooklyn high school, with its rows of tables and chairs and medical equipment, is reminiscent of an anti-Covid vaccination center: but it was for monkeypox that opened at New York’s “epicenter” on Sunday. American viral disease. Outside in Bushwick, a long … Read more

The immune system involved in brain damage associated with Covid-19 (study)

AFP, published on Tuesday, July 05, 2022 at 23:10 The immune response to Covid-19, which damages the blood vessels of the brain, could be responsible for the symptoms of “Covid long”, according to a study by American researchers based on low case numbers and published on Tuesday. The brains of nine people who died quickly … Read more

Covid-19 misinformation is breathing new life into the anti-vaccine movement

AFP, published on Monday, July 04, 2022 at 09:25 As misinformation about Covid-19 continues to thrive, more parents across the United States are questioning the need for other vaccines for their children, and more adults are choosing to forgo shots, even those that have long been proven safe is. The politicization of vaccines against Covid-19 … Read more

A surgeon transplanted an ear implant printed from human cells

AFP, published on Thursday, June 02, 2022 at 22:12 An American team of doctors announced on Thursday that they have implanted for the first time a human ear implant made from the treated patient’s cells and using a 3D printer, a procedure designed to help people with a rare birth defect. This surgery was performed … Read more

Refineries, Bottleneck Aggravating US Gasoline Rise

AFP, published on Sunday, May 29, 2022 at 06:45 Despite record gasoline prices in the United States, American refineries are unable to meet demand due to a lack of capacity after a series of closures in recent years, which has contributed to the rise in fuel prices. Last week, refinery utilization in the United States … Read more

Almost 1 in 5 Amazon Delivery Drivers Injured in 2021 (Unions)

AFP, published on Wednesday, May 25, 2022 at 02:27 According to a coalition of American labor unions, more than 18% of Amazon delivery workers employed by the group’s subcontractors suffered workplace injuries in 2021, a rate that has increased 40% year over year. “Amazon’s tremendous profits have cost couriers dearly, many of whom have sacrificed … Read more

A 1955 Mercedes sold for €135 million, a world record for a car at auction

AFP, published on Friday, May 20, 2022 at 07:17 A 1955 Mercedes, of which only two examples exist, was auctioned off in early May for 135 million euros, the absolute world record for a car at an auction, RM Sotheby’s announced on Thursday. The 1955 Mercedes Coupé 300 SLR Uhlenhaut was auctioned off May 5 … Read more

After more than 30 years, McDonald’s is leaving Russia for good

AFP, published on Monday, May 16, 2022 at 4:45 p.m A symbol of the end of the Cold War is leaving Moscow: After more than 30 years in Russia, McDonald’s announced on Monday that it would completely withdraw from the country and sell its activities in response to the invasion of Ukraine. “The humanitarian crisis … Read more