The rate at which our planet is warming and the consequences we face by ignoring it is becoming increasingly clear. But what exactly will the impact of our actions look like? While predictions vary, scientists have developed general ideas of what the Earth could look like. . .
Many unanswered questions remain about the new mRNA COVID-19 vaccines, especially surrounding the health of pregnant individuals. The immunization creation process began in 2020 and distribution guidelines have varied across state lines.
On Saturday, February 27, The Food and Drug Administration issued an emergency use authorization for the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine — the first authorized vaccine to only require one shot. Johnson & Johnson has committed to producing and giving the U.S. 100 million. . .
It was March 2020 when the first COVID-19 cases led to a two-week shutdown of most schools in North America. Many students were excited, thinking they were getting an unexpected break from school. It was not until friends, family, teachers. . .
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The use of nuclear energy has been debated for decades, with its advantages and disadvantages both thoroughly examined and analyzed. Although scholarly opinions on the subject differ, we are still in need of restrictions and advancements. . .
Cheers erupted inside the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory of Southern California on Thursday, February 18th, 2021. At 3:55 p.m. EST, NASA’s Perseverance Rover made history by touching down in Jezero Crater after an almost six-month journey through. . .