Saturday, February 24, 2024


“You may choose to look the other way, but you can never say again that you did not know.”

— William Wilberforce

U.S. Military Uses AI Monitored Wearable Devices to Detect Infectious Disease in Service Members

by Rishma Parpia
AI watch
In a public-private collaboration with a technology company, the U.S Department of Defense’s (DoD) Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) developed AI monitored wearable ...

UN Says Confidence in Childhood Vaccines Down 44 Percent Worldwide

by Carolyn Hendler, JD
mother refusing vaccine for her baby
A new report conducted by the Vaccine Confidence Project published by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) concluded that confidence in childhood ...

U.S. Autism Rate Rises to One in 36 Children

by TVR Staff
rates climbing
On Mar. 24, 2023, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published an analysis in its epidemiological digest Morbidity and ...

Birth Rates Plummet in Countries Most Heavily Vaccinated Against COVID-19

by Amber Baker
thinking of giving birth
A team of European researchers have determined that birth rates in 19 European countries declined sharply toward the end of 2021 following ...

U.S. May Vaccinate Poultry in Response to Bird Flu Outbreak

by Rishma Parpia
man feeding chickens
The U.S. government is considering a mass vaccination campaign for commercial poultry as an option to address an outbreak of pathogenic avian ...

NFL Urged to Screen Players for COVID-19 Vaccine Induced Heart Inflammation

by Carolyn Hendler, JD
football player
The National Football League (NFL) is facing pressure to offer cardiac screenings for players due to evidence that the COVID vaccine causes ...

Study Shows mRNA Can Persist in the Body Up to 28 Days

by Carolyn Hendler, JD
mRNA strand
A new study from Denmark shows that the messenger RNA (mRNA) genetic material, which  instructs the body’s cells to make the SAR-CoV-2 ...

U.S. Starts to Discern Between Those Dying From COVID and Those Dying With COVID

by Carolyn Hendler, JD
doctors in ICU
There is a difference between dying from COVID-19 and dying with COVID-19. The number of people dying with the disease may be ...

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