It may seem like a plot out of a sci-fi movie, but experts say a lab-leak theory — as the origin of the COVID-19 pandemic — is worth investigating.
Should you really be skipping Wikipedia on your hunt for sources? Experts chime in.
Experts say falling for fake news is not a measure of intellect. Everyone is vulnerable.
Should you be alarmed if you develop a fever? What about unexplained bruises? Experts break it down.
From heavy flow to even bleeding during menopause, menstruating individuals say they’re experiencing different cycles after getting vaccinated.
It’s one thing to be tired of lockdown. It’s another to deny the science behind health restrictions altogether.
Are you sanitizing every single surface you could possibly touch, multiple times a day? A recent CDC brief may have you rethinking your practices.
Is the need for readership revenue pushing news outlets to use frowned-upon marketing gimmicks?
Some speculate those dusty air passageways could be home to the deadly virus. Experts explain why that’s unlikely.
How many hours do you work each week? Some say it’s time to say goodbye to a standard adopted nearly a century ago.
Advocates and experts say the pain of Black individuals is often not taken seriously.
Canadian experts say a single CDC study may have caused many to rush into double masking without weighing the risks.
Some say a climate of fear hangs over those who dare voice their ideas online.
The funding will support the construction of a 4,000-square-foot community hub in the downtown.
The construction of the three-storey, 27-rental unit began in July 2019.