In summary As the global demand for refrigerated drugs overvoltages, direct relief triples its cold chain capacity. At the request of Mexican government, the organization helped carry an additional 3.4 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine from the United States to Mexico. The direct relief was re-accredited speak National Association ofRead More →

~~ ~ In October, Katalin Karikó, an assistant professor at the University of Pennsylvania, and her colleagues, who have contributed to the development of COVID-19 vaccines, made the news as top contenders for the 2021 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. Karikó , 66, and his colleagues have developed aRead More →

During the pandemic, personal care has become even more important, with patients increasingly taking control of their own health. When common ailments such as a sore throat, allergies, or diarrhea arise, having over-the-counter products on hand helps to save time, worry and ultimately offer more money. to take care ofRead More →

KARACHI – The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Karachi, Iraqi Professor Dr Khalid Mahmood, said on Tuesday that we cannot achieve our desired goals without modernizing the existing education system. With the promotion of research culture in universities, we can provide better, reliable, cheaper and sustainable solutions to industries which,Read More →

October 6, 2021 There are 39 new cases of Covid-19 in the community and one person at Middlemore Hospital in Auckland dies from the virus, said Dr Caroline McElnay. Thirty of the current cases are in Auckland and nine in Waikato. An essential worker from Whangārei returned a low positiveRead More →

About 80 hospital workers and supporters stand outside McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center in Springfield, holding up signs announcing a strike for unfair labor practices. As drivers pass 14th Street, many honk their horns in support. Four hundred workers represented by SEIU Local 49 are without contract with the Springfield Hospital. UnionRead More →