CDC: Poison Center Calls Up For Chemicals Used in Virus Cleaning

Calls to poison centers are up by about 20 percent since the beginning of the year for exposure to bleach and other disinfectants being...

“The Hit Is Huge”: Colleges Brace For ‘Fatal’ Blow Of Next Fall As Face-To-Face Instruction...

A viral post written by a veteran professor on Medium recently grabbed prospective students' attention in saying provocatively: "This is a message to all...

Lawmakers Agree on $470B ‘Phase 3.5’ Coronavirus Deal

White House and Senate officials are closing in on a new coronavirus stimulus bill known as "phase 3.5" worth $470 billion, according to Fox...

US Chamber Poll: 1 in 10 Businesses Less Than Month Away From Closing Permanently

The president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Sunday said its latest poll shows a "terrifying" fact that one out of 10 members...

U.S. Clinics Report Up to 400% Rise in Abortion Requests Amid Pandemic

“Having a child right now feels like a big luxury.” Facing an out-of-control disease, a grim economic climate and with some states banning abortions...

Here’s Why A Coronavirus Vaccine Might Not Happen Within 18 Months

With much of the world under some form of lockdown to slow the spread of COVID-19, and debates rage over when, and how, to...

Reopening Too Soon Could Cause “Exponential Explosion” Of US COVID-19 Cases, MIT Researchers

Authored by Victor Tangermann via Futurism.com, Researchers at MIT trained a neural network model on data that predicted the spread of the coronavirus from late...

WHO Wants To Separate Families… “In A Safe And Dignified Manner”

Authored by Simon Black via SovereignMan.com, For this week’s round-up of articles, we noticed a theme: the most alarming articles are about governments going over-the-top,...

Experts: Coronavirus Deaths to hit 50k By May 1

The United States is likely to have at least 50,000 coronavirus deaths by May 1, according to Fivethirtyeight.com. The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at...

Nonprofits Seek Stimulus Check Donations To Help Workers Affected by Coronavirus

Some nonprofits are using crowdsourcing to collect donated stimulus checks to subsidize coronavirus-impacted workers overlooked by federal, state and local governments — including illegal...

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