Amazon ‘megacycle’ forces mothers to ‘choose between their job and their children,’ advocacy group says
Warehouse workers must work late-night shifts, ten and a half hours long — or be terminated
A reminder of how to correctly wear a mask or other face covering from New Brunswick’s top doctor
US President Joe Biden has called Texas’ decision to lift the mask mandate and open all businesses a ‘big mistake’
Texas Governor Abbott to lift mask mandate and open all businesses to run with 100% capacity from March 10. The controversial decision contradicts health officials’ opinions. Will this decision benefit or harm Texans?
Scientific research has shown that new immunotherapy drugs can target two types of evasive cancer-driving proteins.
Canada wants Facebook to pay publishers for the content it shares on its platform. Ottawa man facing 22 charges involving children. Walmart selling beef linked
Virtual reconstruction of Neanderthals’ ears by the University of Alcalá, Spain, suggests they could hear speech — just like modern humans
The University of Alcalá in Spain virtually reconstructed Neanderthals’ ears using medical imaging software and CT scans of their skulls. According to the researchers, the
US President Joe Biden omits Dr. Seuss from Read Across America Day announcement, some say due to the author’s racially insensitive content
US President Joe Biden did not include Dr. Seuss in his announcement for the Read Across America Day, held annually on March 2, the author’s birthday. Some speculate this omission was due to the racially insensitive imagery in Seuss’s books.
A new study has found that over 30,000 Americans have died due to pandemic-related job losses between April 2020 and March 2021.
Alek Minassian, driver of the 2018 Toronto van attack, is found guilty of 10 counts of 1st-degree murder and 16 counts of attempted murder, judge rules
Royal Caribbean will debut Odyssey of the Seas in May, with plans to provide sailings from Israel with all crew and passengers over 16 vaccinated. As COVID-19 vaccines are of experimental nature, many are hesitant to inoculate themselves.
Ancient blue European beads found in Alaska are said to predate Columbus, but a controversial study says they are more likely to be from the 16th or 17th century.
The San Diego-based orangutan, named Karen, made medical history by receiving the first COVID-19 experimental vaccine for animals
An orangutan named Karen has made US history after receiving the first COVID-19 experimental vaccine for animals developed by veterinary pharmaceutical company Zoetis.
Those experiencing homelessness have been borrowing the public space for warmth and shelter during the winter months
A new scientific study has found that there are more than 140,000 virus species in the human gut, more than half of which have never been seen before. The study opens up a new avenue for research about how viruses live and affect human health.