Pandemic Babies Show Neurodevelopmental Differences, Study Shows
CLEVELAND, Ohio - A new study found that babies born during the first year of the pandemic showed neurodevelopmental differences at six months of age. Cleveland Clinic Children’s pediatrician, Katherine Myers, M.D., who was not a part of the study,
Cabin Fever Becomes a Side Effect of COVID-19 as Intended Five Day Lockdown Stretches Into Week Three
SHANGHAI, China - Not only is there no cure for COVID-19, there's also still no cure for boredom. THAT NOISE -- IS people screaming and shouting out of frustration from the balconies of one of Shanghai's largest residential compounds..A five-day lock-down
Put me in Coach! After Cancer Treatment, Young Woman is Ready to Play Ball Again
‘She has big things ahead of her.’ CAR-T cell therapy gives Florida teen hope FLORIDA (Mayo Clinic) - The crack of an aluminum bat is met with cheers from a crowd watching Brooke Michael hit a softball deep to left field. She's done this befor
Air Pollution: Health Risks You Should Know About
ORLANDO, Fla. (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- According to the Environmental Defense Fund, air pollution is now the biggest environmental risk for early death. So just how does this hazard impact your health? Air pollution isn’t just an ugly sight. It’s
Fraud, scam cases increasing on Zelle, Senate report finds
Incidents of fraud and scams are occurring more often on the popular peer-to-peer payment service Zelle, according to a report coming out Monday from the office of Sen. Elizabeth Warren, giving the public its first glimpse into the growing problems at Zelle.
Kim Kardashian fined $1 million by SEC over crypto promotion
Kim Kardashian has agreed to settle charges brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission and pay $1.26 million because she promoted on social media a crypto asset security offered and sold by EthereumMax without disclosing the payment she received for the plug.