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While offering emotional sustenance to the Oregon, US frontliners, the meals – paid for by a wellness grant from an Oregon-based insurance fund – also kept struggling restaurants afloat.
In conjunction with the Year of the Ox, we take a look at some of the lesser known health benefits that can be derived from cattle and their products.
Dozens of people on social media have suggested - some jokingly, others in the spirit of pandemic entrepreneurship - that there be a dating app for the vaccinated.
Virtual dating has been the recourse for singles during the pandemic and the reviews have been mostly positive.
US photographer donates photos and cards to schools and hospitals as a way of giving back during the pandemic
The new strains of SARS-CoV-2 are a natural result of the coronavirus adapting to survive and thrive.
The pitch, rate and intensity of someone's speech can help us deduce whether a speaker is honest and sure of what they're saying, or whether they're lying.
Whether we’re considering vacuum tubes or YouTube as the medium of education, the question to ask is, 'Is the child learning?'.
Researchers reported that the Sputnik V vaccine has over 90% efficacy in preventing symptomatic Covid-19.
It takes Franky Collin Kulam one-and-a-half hours of driving through challenging road conditions to reach SK Buayan in Penampang to send much-needed learning materials to his students, but he does not mind at all.