Many Venezuelans are probably wondering today just who is in charge of their country. Is it President Maduro, or the military? With the border fight still going on with Colombia, things have gone from bad to worse today.
Basking in its success with stroke prevention pill Xarelto and eye treatment Eylea, Bayer AG is anxious to show it has another winner in its heart drug, Finerenone. The German company is moving its heart failure drug into final-stage testing this year.
Ohio residents are hopping mad after President Obama announced on Sunday that Sally Jewell, Secretary of the Interior had renamed Mt. McKinley the name Alaskans have been calling the great mountain for years, Denali.
Rather than ignore its Imperialist past, the Vietnamese government is embracing it, seeing the value of celebrating the country’s history and welcoming tourism. UNESCO has helped out, designating a total of eight locations as World Heritage sites.
Legislators in China have approved amendments to the country’s 15-year-old air pollution law that grants the state more powers to punish offenders, as well as allowing the state a clearer path to capping coal consumption, the biggest source of smog.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that noroviruses cause almost 21 million cases of acute gastroenteritis in the US annually. Research now shows that 80 percent of all the human strains of noroviruses can be found in oysters.
German Olympic athlete Erik Heil has undergone surgery in a Berlin hospital after contracting a serious skin infection he claims was caused by the terrible pollution in Brazil’s Guanabara Bay.