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Most Farmers in the Great Plains Don’t Grow Fruits and Vegetables. The Pandemic is Changing That.

Most farmers in Kansas and other Great Plains states don’t grow fruits and vegetables. They grow massive tracts of soy, corn, and wheat—commodities that are shipped overseas, or fed to farm animals, or processed into oils and sweeteners. However, there are signs that the Covid-19 pandemic may be changing that. Daphne Miller, a physician and […]

The Times: Coronavirus May Vanish Too Fast for Vaccine Trial

One of the scientists behind the Oxford coronavirus vaccine has warned there is only a 50 percent chance of it working because cases in the UK are declining so fast. The University of Oxford’s Jenner Institute and the Oxford Vaccine Group began developing a COVID-19 vaccine in January using a virus taken from chimpanzees. With the […]

NY Post: Scientists Believe that Cannabis Could Help Prevent and Treat Coronavirus

According to interviews and a study, a team of Canadian scientists believes it has found potent strains of cannabis that could help prevent or treat coronavirus infections. Researchers from the University of Lethbridge said a study in April, printed in the online journal Preprints, showed that at least thirteen cannabis plants were high in CBD, which […]

All Monkeys in Crucial Coronavirus Trial Contract Covid-19 – Denting Hopes of Vaccine

A coronavirus vaccine developed by scientists at Oxford University may not prevent people from becoming infected with the disease, experts have warned. In the latest animal trials of the vaccine, carried out on monkeys, all six primates in the test went on to catch deadly Covid-19, including three that had been vaccinated. Dr William Haseltine, […]

MSN: Florida Scientist Alledges She Was Fired for ‘Refusing to Manipulate’ COVID-19 Data

The scientist who created Florida’s COVID-19 data portal wasn’t just removed from her position on May 5, she was fired by the Department of Health for refusing to manipulate data. Earlier this week, Rebekah Jones confirmed that she had not just been reassigned on May 5, but fired from her job as Geographic Information Systems […]

CBS: Oprah Gives 12M to Help Thousands of Latinx and Black Families with Contact Tracing, Wellness Visits and Special Packages

Oprah Winfrey is donating 12 million dollars to organizations supporting underserved communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Her charity is giving the money to groups in five cities she has called home, including of course Chicago, which will get five million dollars. Winfrey tells CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot why she’s giving back. When asked why […]

WSJ: Spotify Strikes Podcast Deal With Joe Rogan Worth More Than $100 Million

Spotify has struck a deal with Joe Rogan worth more than $100 million, giving the streaming giant exclusive rights to his podcast “The Joe Rogan Experience.” The Swedish online streaming giant confirmed Tuesday it had secured the rights to Rogan’s show, including the podcast and the filmed version on Rogan’s YouTube channel. Spotify did not […]

NEWSWEEK: Doubts over Oxford COVID-19 Vaccine After Animals Tested Catch Virus

The Oxford University vaccine lauded as a “front runner” in the race to develop a coronavirus treatment does not stop the virus in monkeys and may only be partially effective, experts warn. The British government has pledged to invest $24 million to support teams at Oxford University joined in the global race to find a […]