Lyme Disease Cases in Scotland Potentially Five Times Higher Than Official Figures

Inverness, Scotland – A recent study conducted in the northern region of Scotland has revealed that cases of Lyme disease in the country may be significantly higher than previously estimated. The study, led by the Scottish Lyme Disease and Tick-borne Infections Reference Laboratory, suggests that up to 2,500 individuals in Scotland could be affected by … Read more

Cardiovascular Disease: New Study Shows Polypills Reduce Risk of Death and Improve Health

St. Louis, MO – A groundbreaking study from researchers at Washington University School of Medicine reveals the potential benefits of using polypills to prevent heart attacks and strokes among individuals with cardiovascular risk factors. The concept of polypills, which contain a combination of medications targeting cardiovascular disease-related conditions, has been around for nearly 25 years. … Read more

Review: U.S. Centers for Disease Control Under Fire for Failing Families

Seattle, WA – A recent external review conducted by a group of individuals sheds light on the shortcomings of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in handling the COVID-19 pandemic. The review highlights the devastating impact of the high number of deaths and the resulting consequences for those left behind. One of the … Read more

Gaza Faces Child Deaths Explosion Due to Alarming Lack of Food and Disease Spread, Warn UN Agencies

GAZA CITY, Palestine – The Gaza Strip is facing a humanitarian crisis with a surge in child deaths due to the lack of food, rising malnutrition, and the spread of disease, according to multiple United Nations agencies. This crisis comes after nearly 20 weeks into the conflict between Israel and Palestine, further exacerbating the already … Read more