Coronavirus heightens anxiety among LGBTQ Nigerians with HIV

Lagos, Nigeria – When Andrew* originally discovered he was HIV-positive in January this year, he experienced a momentary feeling of loss of motion, dreading his life was going to change until the end of time. At 27, it was something he feared as a gay man who was as yet in the storage room. Indeed,…

Q&A: H1N1 vaccines

Be that as it may, with in excess of twelve H1N1 immunizations underway, each with various fixings, tracking down the best and most secure can be difficult work. Al Jazeera’s Dan Nolan goes past the dread and craziness to disclose what you need to search for to settle on an educated choice. Do I require…

Cruel and usual: US solitary confinement

The spectre of Bradley Manning lying naked and alone in a tiny cell at the Quantico Marine Base, less than 50 miles from Washington, DC, conjures up images of an American Guantanamo or Abu Ghraib, where isolation and deprivation have been raised to the level of torture. In fact, the accused Wikileaker, now in his…

The five deadly sins of US foreign policy

It is rarely great if the main force to be reckoned with behaves like the alchemist’s understudy. That is all the really alarming if that force – the United States – is presently right around 3/4 of a century into the work of driving the world. But then, here we are. The occasions in Iraq…

What are the side effects of the COVID-19 vaccines?

I have been immunizing my patients against COVID-19 for the most awesome aspect of 90 days now. Some have inquiries concerning the antibody, which I am, obviously, glad to reply, in any case by far most say they feel fortunate to be offered it. Yet, presently, there is by all accounts a somewhat more vile…

US chemical policy: Safe until proven toxic?

It took a staggering storm for the wellbeing of the climate to turn into a political decision issue. Be that as it may, we should discuss more than environmental change. We likewise should discuss synthetic substances. This year points the 50th commemoration of the distribution of Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring, the book liable for the…

India’s COVID vaccine maker urges Biden to lift exports embargo

The Serum Institute of India (SII), the world’s greatest immunization producer, has asked President Joe Biden to lift a ban by the United States on the fares of crude materials that is harming its creation of COVID-19 shots. “Regarded @POTUS, in case we are to really join in beating this infection, for the benefit of…

When are Hajj and Eid al-Adha 2021?

The Muslim yearly journey known as the Hajj will begin on July 18 with Eid al-Adha being commended on July 20, as per Saudi Arabia’s Supreme Court. The Hajj is one of the five mainstays of Islam and a unique obligation for all healthy Muslims to perform on the off chance that they can bear…

‘Real Autism’ in Poland

Warsaw, Poland – Warsaw-conceived Bartek Jakubowski never considered himself “debilitated”, which is the reason he becomes displeased at whatever point he peruses articles alluding to individuals with mental imbalance as “genuinely sick”. “I’m shocked when news sources depict Asperger’s as a sickness,” the 28-year-elderly person says. It’s anything but a disorder, he clarifies. Maybe, it…

Syrian refugee children process trauma through art

Beirut – Some Syrian exile youngsters measure the injury of battle by drawing tanks and slaughter; others center their craft around rainbows and blossoms, pictures of more joyful occasions. This is the thing that craftsmanship advisors working in Lebanon have found following quite a while of working with Syrian kids escaping battle in their nation…