Digital Journal has been diligently reporting on the Listeria monocytogenes contaminated sunflower seeds and kernels since the beginning of May, and the list has grown to gargantuan proportions.
Speaking at a panel meeting at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, a CDC official told the audience the Zika virus remains “pretty concerning,” pointing out that mosquito control had diminished in recent years.
In response to the severity of the yellow fever epidemic in Angola, other African countries and China, the WHO convened an emergency session to address the global health threat on May 19. But some experts say WHO has not gone far enough.
The fly infestation in a suburb in New Zealand became so bad that residents could not cook or eat a meal in their homes, shops were forced to close and some people were put on permanent “fly swatting” duty.
Hypersonic technology has become a game-changer, expected to revolutionize air and space travel in the very near future. Australian and U.S. scientists teamed up and sent the latest experimental hypersonic rocket up over the Australian desert last week.
On June 1, after 17 years of construction, Switzerland will begin testing trains in the world’s longest railway tunnel, the Gotthard Base Tunnel that runs through the Swiss Alps.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s embattled socialist government has been dealing with widespread protests, some of them violent, since last Wednesday. To quell the demonstrations, he called out the military.
Palm tree-like plants called cycads grew in abundance 135 million years ago, providing shelter from the heat and forage for plant-eating dinosaurs. If you want to see one of these plants today, you will have to visit a botanical garden.
Puerto Rico has recorded over 1,100 confirmed Zika virus cases since the mosquito-borne virus first appeared in the U.S. territory six months ago.