The science behind Covid-19 Nasal sprays

Health worker wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) collects samples for a Nasal swab test to public. Viral blockade is a simple premise based on blocking SARS-CoV-2. In other words, if something gets in its way, the virus cannot attach to a cell and it can’t infect you. Image for Representation. | Photo Credit: Ramalingam Jothi … Read more

New Exhibits At Wellcome Collection Reflect On Historic Science Collections

A new temporary exhibit at London’s health and medicine museum the Wellcome Collection shows work by artists Grace Ndiritu and Jim Naughten. While seemingly covering different topics, the combination of these two exhibits reflect on how museums are handling natural history and anthropological collections. The Healing Pavilion by Grace Ndiritu is one of two new … Read more

NCAA Not to Blame in Ex-USC Football Player’s Death

By BRIAN MELLEY, Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) — In a verdict that could affect countless claims by athletes who sue sports organizations for head injuries, a Los Angeles jury on Tuesday rejected a lawsuit seeking $55 million by the widow of a former USC football player who said the NCAA failed to protect him … Read more

Jury: NCAA not to blame in ex-USC football player’s death

LOS ANGELES — A Los Angeles jury on Tuesday rejected a claim by the widow of a former USC player who said the NCAA failed to protect him from repeated head trauma that led to his death. Matthew Gee, a linebacker on the 1990 Rose Bowl-winning squad, endured an estimated 6,000 hits that caused permanent … Read more

Confused about COVID boosters? Here’s what the science and the experts say about the new generation of shots.

As we head into the third winter of the pandemic, only about 13% of American adults — less than 11% of Americans overall — have received the bivalent COVID-19 booster.  Only about 34 million adults in the U.S. have opted to get the new shot, which became available in September. The bivalent boosters, which were … Read more

EXPLAINER: What’s at stake in concussion case against NCAA?

The NCAA has been defending itself in court against a lawsuit brought by a former college football player’s widow, who accuses the governing body of being responsible for the concussions that led to her husband’s death. Matthew Gee died at age 49 in 2018 from permanent brain damage caused by countless blows to the head … Read more

Whether You Really Need to Pee After Sex, According to Science

Photo: VGstockstudio (Shutterstock) If you have a vagina, you’ve probably been told that it’s an absolute must to pee immediately after having sex to prevent urinary tract infections (UTIs). But it turns out there isn’t a lot of evidence to support this idea. There is shockingly little research on the question of whether this oft-repeated … Read more

Wellbeing Subsidiary KGK Science Announces Successful Delivery of CBD and THC Through the Skin of Healthy Volunteers | News

VANCOUVER, British Columbia–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Nov 14, 2022– Wellbeing Digital Sciences Inc. (“ Wellbeing” or the “ Company ”) (NEO: MEDI ) (OTC: KONEF ) (FRA: SQ2 ), an evidence-based mental healthcare company focused on the development and implementation of innovative clinical solutions, including psychedelic medicine and digital therapeutics as supported by clinical research, announced today that … Read more

Concussion Lawsuit Against NCAA Could Be First to Reach Jury

By BRIAN MELLEY, Associated Press A lawsuit alleging the NCAA failed to protect a former University of Southern California football player from repetitive head trauma is nearing trial in a Los Angeles court, with a jury seated Thursday in what could become a landmark case. The wrongful death suit filed by Matthew Gee’s widow says … Read more