Numerous Health Problems More Likely Due to COVID-19 Vaccines Than Coincidence: VAERS Data Analysis

Various health problems reported by people after receiving one of the COVID-19 vaccine shots are more likely caused by the vaccines than being merely coincidental, according to an analysis of data from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). VAERS has been flooded with more than a million reports of various health problems and more … Read more

Treasury yields invert ahead of Fed minutes

US Treasury yields inverted on Monday morning, with investors remaining focused on Federal Reserve policy, ahead of the central bank’s latest meeting minutes due out later in the week. The yield on the 2-year Treasury yield was up less than basis point to 2.4384 at 4:25 am ET, while the benchmark 10-year Treasury note rose … Read more

Grammys live: BTS arrives at the Grammys full strength

LAS VEGAS (AP) — The Latest on the 64th annual Grammy Awardsbeing presented Sunday in Las Vegas (all times local): 4:40 p.m. BTS has arrived at the Grammys full strength after one of their members recently tested positive for COVID-19. All seven members of the Korean megastar boy band walked the carpet wearing custom Louis … Read more

WHO suspends UN supply of Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin

The World Health Organization said on Saturday it has suspended supply through United Nations agencies of Covid-19 vaccine Covaxin, produced by Bharat Biotech, to allow the manufacturer to upgrade facilities and address deficiencies found in an inspection. The WHO asked countries that have received the vaccine to take appropriate actions, according to the statement, but … Read more

Those who haven’t contracted COVID may be key to defeating virus

(WXYZ) — According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s COVID Data Trackerover half of Americans may have avoided getting infected with coronavirus. Scientists say those who haven’t caught COVID-19 may hold the key to defeating it. There is evidence that suggests some people may have what’s called “super immunity,” meaning their bodies appear … Read more

Some Types of Asthma Protect Against Severe COVID-19, And We May Finally Know Why

When the COVID-19 pandemic first began, those with chronic lung conditions like asthma were anxious about the disease being particularly severe for them. However, it appears that people with some types of asthma are faring better than expected – and we might finally understand why. Population-based studies in Australia, the UK and Europe, and the … Read more

Treasury yields invert stoking recession fears

5-year and 30-year US Treasury yields inverted once again on Friday morning, stoking fears that a recession could be in the cards. The yield on the 5-year Treasury bond had jumped 11 basis points to 2.5318% at 4:30 am ET, while the rate on the 30-year Treasury bond had jumped 6 basis points to 2.5144%. … Read more

WHO Outlines Strategy to End Global COVID-19 Emergency in 2022

The World Health Organization on Wednesday unveiled an updated plan for COVID-19 that, if implemented “rapidly and consistently” this year, will allow the world to end the emergency phase of the pandemic. The plan—the WHO’s third on COVID-19—includes three potential scenarios for how the virus might evolve in the next 12 months: a base case, … Read more

Delta’s health chief thinks the plane mask mandate will soon be lifted

Passengers wearing protective masks wait to board a Delta Air Lines Inc. flight at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia, US, on Wednesday, April 7, 2021. Elijah Newage | Bloomberg | Getty Images Delta Air Lines Chief Health Officer Henry Ting said that he believes that the federal mask mandate for airports and airplanes … Read more