Workplace Hazards and Violations

239 Experts With One Big Claim: The Coronavirus Is Airborne

6 hours ago   |   NY Times

The W.H.O. has resisted mounting evidence that viral particles floating indoors are infectious, some scientists say. The agency maintains the research is still inconclusive.
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Law change helped reduce outbreaks linked to caterers

20 hours ago   |   Food Safety

Implementation of food safety management systems helped reduce outbreaks in food catering in Singapore, according to a study. However, reported food hygiene violations did not...
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239 Experts With 1 Big Claim: The Coronavirus Is Airborne

1 day ago   |   NY Times

The W.H.O. has resisted mounting evidence that viral particles floating indoors are infectious, some scientists say. The agency maintains the research is still inconclusive.
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How Infrared Images Could Be Part of Your Daily Life

1 day ago   |   NY Times

In a post-quarantine world, heat sensors could help spot sick people with elevated temperatures as they enter public places. But it's not that simple.
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Impaired Hematological Status Increases the Risk of Mortality among HIV-Infected Adults Initiating Antiretroviral Therapy in Tanzania

1 day ago   |   Nutrition

ABSTRACTBackgroundHematological status may predict HIV disease progression and mortality among adults initiating highly active antiretroviral therapy .ObjectivesWe aimed to...
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Dairy owner and firm sentenced over possibly unsafe goat meat

1 day ago   |   Food Safety

A dairy owner and company have been sentenced in New Zealand for processing and selling potentially hazardous goat meat. The dairy owner, Ananda Krishna, was convicted and was...
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Whole grain and dietary fiber intake and risk of colorectal cancer in the NIH-AARP Diet and Health Study cohort

2 days ago   |   American Journal of Clinical Nutrition

ABSTRACTBackgroundWhole grains and other foods containing fiber are thought to be inversely related to colorectal cancer. However, whether these associations reflect fiber or...
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Glycemic index, glycemic load, and risk of coronary heart disease: a pan-European cohort study

2 days ago   |   American Journal of Clinical Nutrition   |   2 articles

ABSTRACTBackgroundHigh carbohydrate intake raises blood triglycerides, glucose, and insulin; reduces HDLs; and may increase risk of coronary heart disease. Epidemiological...
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Lung infections including Covid-19 HALVED in a week in hospitals and care homes in England

Lung infections including Covid-19 HALVED in a week in hospitals and care homes in England

2 days ago   |   Daily Mail   |   6 articles

Data from Public Health England shows the number of 'respiratory outbreaks' reported in workplaces rose from 22 to 43 in the last fortnight of June, and from 22 in May to 109...
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How to deal with BS at work

2 days ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

It's important we stay alert, but not alarmed, to this classic workplace phenomena.
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Teens who go to bed late and sleep-in are nearly three times more likely to...

Teens who go to bed late and sleep-in are nearly three times more likely to get asthma, experts find

Scientists have found that a stricter bedtime may reduce the risk of teenagers getting asthma. The University of Alberta also discovered that using smartphones late at night... Read more ...

RAW TRUTH: Why 97% of lives really DON'T matter at all to the future of humanity

RAW TRUTH: Why 97% of lives really DON'T matter at all to the future of humanity

The mantra of “Black Lives Matter” has been pounded into our heads 24 hours a day, and we're told it's an enlightened, progressive statement while anyone who claims “White... Read more ...

Hydroxychloroquine, Lopinavir/Ritonavir Trial Discontinued for COVID-19...

Hydroxychloroquine, Lopinavir/Ritonavir Trial Discontinued for COVID-19 Treatment

The interim trial results show that hydroxychloroquine and lopinavir/ritonavir produce little or no reduction in the mortality of hospitalized COVID-19 patients. Read more ...

COVID-19 in India: Nearly 25k New Corona Cases, Total Tally 6,73,165

COVID-19 in India: Nearly 25k New Corona Cases, Total Tally 6,73,165

India in the last 24 hours has recorded a single-day spike of record 24,850 new coronavirus cases on Sunday, taking its total tally to 6,73,165 even as over 600 deaths. Read more ...

Global Coronavirus Cases Top 11.1 Million

Global Coronavirus Cases Top 11.1 Million

Global COVID-19 cases have topped 11.1 million, said Johns Hopkins University. Read more ...

Coronavirus Cases in US Surpass 2.8 Million

Coronavirus Cases in US Surpass 2.8 Million

The number of COVID-19 cases in the US has topped 2.8 million, revealed CSSE at Johns Hopkins University. Read more ...

Confirmed: Facebook complicit in Black Lives Matter terrorists organizing...

Confirmed: Facebook complicit in Black Lives Matter terrorists organizing criminal attacks on innocent people

The recent Black Lives Matter riot and shooting that occurred in Provo, Utah, was made possible by none other than Facebook, which reportedly facilitated the mob in organizing... Read more ...

Spike in coronavirus cases worsened by infected illegal aliens flooding into...

Spike in coronavirus cases worsened by infected illegal aliens flooding into U.S. hospitals

As coronavirus cases blast skyward across the United States, it has become increasingly clear that not all of them are being ‘domestically produced,' so to speak. In fact, in... Read more ...

Kanye West Says He's Running For President

Kanye West Says He's Running For President

Kanye West is unofficially back in the politics game according to him As if 2020 doesn't already have enough on its plate, Kanye West tweeted Saturday night that he is running... Read more ...

President Ram Nath Kovind Urges People to Maintain Physical Distance Amid...

President Ram Nath Kovind Urges People to Maintain Physical Distance Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

President urged people to maintain social distance and follow discipline to protect themselves from the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more ...