Tag: Mutants

India

Medical crowdfunding has become essential in India, but it’s leaving many behind It helps us weave together the Indian government’s recently stated positions on intellectual property protection and what appears to be India’s conflicted position on the TRIPS… Read More

Travel

Migration in the future will be subject to the push of climate change and the pull of rich and aging countries. The West and East Asia that will desperately need younger workers from abroad. Nearly 18 months into… Read More

Vaccine

This is the world’s first human DNA vaccine against Covid-19. Advantages and drawbacks of the vaccine. Companies and rich nations are creating a deadly Covid-19 vaccine protection racket. Profiteering from vaccine inequity: a crime against humanity? Herd immunity… Read More

England

With mile-long lines at the gas stations, empty supermarket shelves, soaring prices, and nothing working, the UK heads back to the 1970s. These just-in-time systems only work if consumers are confident in their functioning and trust people in… Read More

WHO

Beijing and Washington will need to cooperate to end this pandemic and to fight the next one, by putting in place stronger global rules on lab safety and tougher restrictions on wildlife trade and wet markets.  The world… Read More

Future

The tastes and habits of Generation Alpha. Kids born from 2010 through 2024. They’re weaned on TikTok, Amazon and in-app purchases. Whether it’s reviving old trends or starting new ones, TikTok is where Gen Z sets the tone… Read More

Track / Trace

At-home rapid tests can be an extremely useful tool for allowing life to proceed semi-normally.  How do you manage that risk? The answer is to test again. It is worrisome! The fact that the residents died despite being… Read More

Covid-19 vs Griep

RSV (respiratory syncytial virus) is usually more common in the fall, winter, and spring. But this year, infections have surged over the summer. A surge in children diagnosed with a combination of Covid-19 and respiratory syncytial virus. Griepvaccins… Read More

Deutschland

This has enabled Angela Merkel to broker countless compromises at EU, G-7, and G-20 summits, as well as to hold together four coalition governments at home. November 9, 1989, was surreal. November 9 was the date of Hitler’s… Read More

Medication

Malaria kills about half a million people each year, nearly all of them in sub-Saharan Africa. A global game-changer. We can arm our doctors with the Molnupiravir (oral medication) that may make a difference at the point of… Read More

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