Published in Aug 2020 / Updated in Jan 2021
The University of Notre Dame suspends in-person classes, eight days after the school’s fall semester began. This decision came after 146 students, and a staff member tested positive for the coronavirus.
Published in Apr 2020 / Updated in Jan 2021
It’s not every day being “cool” and “diabetic” get used in the same sentence, but researchers have joined the two concepts, creating tattoos that change color based on the blood sugar levels of the person wearing them.
Published in Feb 2020 / Updated in Jan 2021
After a growing concern of smartphone addiction among children, therapists now claim tablets and mobile phones have similar effects to drugs. According to the expert, giving your kid a smartphone is like giving them drugs.
The new, fast-spreading Coronavirus has been declared a global emergency by the World Health Organization, with more than 75,000 confirmed cases in less than three months— over 2,100 people have already died.
Kristopher Boesen’s life instantly changed when he lost control of his car on a slippy road and slammed into a tree. The fatal accident paralyzed his body from the neck down, and doctors warned he might never recover motor function from the neck down.