COVID-19 vaccine deliveries to African nations pick up speed

Loading the player… More African countries received the long-awaited first deliveries of COVID-19 vaccines on Wednesday, with Kenya and Rwanda benefiting from the global COVAX initiative that aims to ensure doses for the world’s low-and middle-income nations. African and other health officials have been frustrated with the sight of a handful of rich countries rolling… Read More »

Formaldehyde in Hair Straighteners Prompts FDA Warning

FRIDAY, March 5, 2021 (HealthDay News) — You might decide your frizzy locks aren’t so bad after all, given a new warning from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration that most hair straightening/smoothing products release formaldehyde gas, a human carcinogen. Being exposed to formaldehyde for longer periods of time and at higher concentrations increases the… Read More »

The Real Health Podcast: How to build a healthy brain with Kimberley Wilson

Never has mental health been as important. Be it mindfulness, meditation, walking…..we’re looking for as much expert information these days on dealing with our mental difficulties of living life in a pandemic. ut what about preventative measures? Just as we eat well and exercise to prevent the body getting unhealthy, can you do the same… Read More »

USU Certified for Oracle Database License Management by ITAM Review

USU solution for Oracle Database Licensing exceeds strict evaluation criteria Aachen, Germany/Boston, USA – March 4, 2021 – USU, a global leader in Software Asset Management (SAM) solutions, has received the internationally recognized “Certification for Management of Oracle Database Licenses” from The ITAM Review for optimizing Oracle database licenses. The UK-based ITAM Review is the… Read More »