May 01, 2021 Travel News

Hundreds of abnormal periods reported after tear gas exposure, study finds

At one point last summer, there were too many reports of protesters experiencing abnormal menstrual cycles after being exposed to tear gas for Britta Torgrimson-Ojerio, a nurse researcher at the Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research in Portland, to dismiss…

Apr 24, 2021 Travel News

What condemned the great city of Cahokia? Not an ecological hubris, according to a study

This finding is consistent with our knowledge of Cahokian agriculture, says Jane Mt. Pleasant, a professor emeritus of agricultural science at Cornell University who was not involved in the study. As the Cahokians cleared land in the highlands, Dr Mt.…

Apr 22, 2021 Travel News

Patients with long faces covered in Covid pose worrying health risks, study finds

“We are dealing with silos,” said Dr Mylonakis. “Every time we have a transfer, something is lost. The patient loses and this can worsen their other long symptoms of Covid. "For example, "if I'm an endocrinologist, I'm going to look…

Apr 14, 2021 Travel News

Empty middle seats reduce the risk of viruses on airplanes, a new study finds, regardless of wearing masks.

Keeping middle seats vacant during a flight could reduce passenger exposure to airborne coronavirus by 23 to 57%, researchers reported in a new study that modeled the spread of aerosolized viral particles through an airplane cabin simulated."Further afield is always…

Mar 15, 2021 Travel News

A new study suggests that 3 feet, not 6 feet, is enough distance for students, with masks and other safety measures kept in place.

School closures have been a divisive issue since the pandemic broke, and a new study has sparked debate over the six-foot rule of social distancing and whether it could be relaxed in classrooms, which would facilitate the return of children…

Mar 09, 2021 Travel News

Severe obesity increases risk of hospitalization and death from Covid-19, study finds

Over the past year, many scientific teams around the world have reported that obese people who contract the coronavirus are particularly likely to become seriously ill.Now, a large new study, involving nearly 150,000 adults in more than 200 hospitals across…

Feb 09, 2021 Travel News

People with dementia are twice as likely to contract Covid, huge study finds

People with dementia had a significantly higher risk of contracting the coronavirus, and they were much more likely to be hospitalized and die from it, than people without dementia, a new study of millions of cases found. medical in the…

Jan 20, 2021 Travel News

New California variant could lead to virus surge there, study finds

At the end of December, scientists in California began to search for coronavirus samples for a new, rapidly spreading variant that had just been identified in Britain.They found it, but in relatively few samples. But in the process, scientists made…

Dec 25, 2020 Travel News

Underprivileged students more likely to learn remotely, study finds

NWEA, a nonprofit research group, warned in May that closing spring schools could cost students a third of their expected annual reading progress and half of their expected math progress. Subsequent analysis of the fall test scores showed better results…

Dec 24, 2020 Travel News

Coronavirus variant is indeed more transmissible, new study suggests

The team then projected what the new variant would do over the next six months and built models that took into account different levels of restrictions. Without a larger rollout of the vaccine, they warned, "cases, hospitalizations, intensive care admissions…