It’s been two years since the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the Covid outbreak a pandemic, and since then people around the world have been wondering the same thing: when will it end? ? It seems like a simple question, but historical analysis shows that “the end” of a diseaseRead More →

Eve Worth and Christine de Bellaigue develop a new way of accounting for women’s educational attainment and mobility during the 20th century and find that expanding educational opportunities for women has had more complex effects than a simple comparison of qualifications over time might suggest so. The 20th century witnessedRead More →

Shalanda Young, acting director of the Office of Management and Budget, speaks during a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee confirmation hearing in Washington, DC, February 1. (Al Drago/Bloomberg/Getty Images) The White House has asked lawmakers to approve $10 billion in lethal and humanitarian aid for Ukraine as partRead More →

Russian ruble banknote sits on top of US dollar banknotes in this illustration taken February 24, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register NEW YORK, March 1 (Reuters) – U.S. investors holding Russian assets are finding themselves in an increasingly difficult position to find aRead More →

Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks to the media following a meeting with Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia February 22, 2022. Sputnik/Mikhail Klimentyev/Kremlin via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS – THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SENT SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.comRead More →

New research sheds light on how women’s experiences of sexual assault and harassment can negatively affect their cardiovascular health. A study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association details how women who have experienced sexual assault, workplace sexual harassment, or both may be at higher long-term risk ofRead More →

When the COVID-induced lockdowns began in 2020, businesses faced an unprecedented crisis and rushed to rethink work boundaries almost overnight. As deaths increased and infections spread rapidly in enclosed spaces, working from home (WFH) was a difficult arrangement that managements had to adopt despite initial technological constraints. Whenever infections waned,Read More →

Nadal defeated Matteo Berrettini in four sets to set up the Australian Open final against Daniil Medvedev. The Spaniard is just one victory away from overtaking rivals Roger Federer and Djokovic in winning a record 21st Grand Slam. Djokovic, who has won the last three Australian Opens, had been stronglyRead More →

Reading time:2 minutes, 5 seconds The climate-modified packaging market represents $4.5 billion; I can’t imagine that amount of money and that potential growth over the next decade. When looking to invest in manufacturing technology, you need to make many decisions – whether it’s long-term or shorter-term return on investment; assessRead More →

The Ohio State University will join higher education institutions across the state in supporting Intel’s historic investment in Ohio. Ohio State President Kristina M. Johnson is set to share a stage with Gov. Mike DeWine, Lt. Gov. Jon Husted, federal officials and Intel executives today as as the company announcedRead More →

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (StudyFinds.org) — Cases of “brain fog” in COVID patients are becoming more common, even among people recovering from mild infections. Now, new research finally provides potential answers to why people have trouble concentrating, thinking clearly, and performing easy daily tasks after battling COVID. A team from theRead More →

Brief article Based on a meta-analysis of clinical studies, researchers identified transient focal neurological events associated with cerebral amyloid angiopathy and the long-term risk of intracerebral hemorrhage and death. Neuroimaging results in patients with transient focal neurologic episodes. AB, Patient 16. Multiple cortical and subcortical microbleeds, superficial right fronto-parietal corticalRead More →

And in the aftermath of that deadly night of extreme weather conditions, which meteorologists and climatologists consider historic, questions about intensifying climate change, tornadoes are starting to emerge. In Kentucky, the series of tornadoes uprooted trees, destroyed homes and infrastructure, and killed at least 70 people. Governor Andy Beshear toldRead More →

Lindsay Sorell (photo) is the Prince Albert Historical Society’s new Indigenous History Researcher. – Photo submitted. Lindsay Sorell’s new role combines two things she loves in life: history and research. Sorell, a Métis artist, researcher and writer, began her new position as an Indigenous history researcher at the Prince AlbertRead More →