BLM Leader Tianna Arata Charged With Five Felonies

Published Yesterday Social media is coming to the aid of Tianna Arata, a California-based Black Lives Matter organizer, who was arrested after a protest last month and is now facing some serious charges. Arata was arrested by the San Luis Obispo police department on July 21 after she organized a protest that allegedly resulted in…

Prohibited ‘Black-Ish’ Episode Is Now Readily Available To Watch

Published 20 hours ago A controversial episode of black-ish that was banned from ABC over two years ago is available for the first time on Hulu. Titled "Please, Baby, Please," involved the show’s lead character Dre (Anthony Anderson) talking to his toddler son about political unrest and racism in the country in the form of…

Teenager Passes Away During Shooting At Washington, D.C. Cookout

Published Yesterday A large gathering in D.C. ended up in a teenager being killed and 21 people being shot. According to CBS, someone opened fire at a cookout on August 8 in Washington, D.C. A 17-year-old named Christopher Brown was fatally shot. An off-duty police officer was also shot and she is reportedly "struggling for…

Shroud Is ‘Coming Home’– Exposing Why Twitch Seems Impossible to Beat

Shroud just confirmed his long-anticipated return to Twitch. The streamer had moved to Mixer after signing an incredibly lucrative exclusive deal. Fan delight that Shroud is “coming home” shows why it’s so difficult to create a new Twitch rival. Ridiculously popular streamer Shroud just confirmed what we’d long expected. “I’m coming home,” he tweeted Tuesday…

Health

Tiny airborne particles might bring the new coronavirus

Share on PinterestA preliminary study of data from two hospitals in Wuhan, China, suggests that tiny airborne particles may carry and spread SARS-CoV-2.To date, scientists have established three ways in which severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) — the virus that causes coronavirus disease 19 (COVID-19) — can be transmitted:inhalation of liquid droplets from…

Remdesivir: ‘Really potent inhibitor’ of SARS-CoV-2?

Experimental Ebola drug remdesivir could stop SARS-CoV-2 from replicating by acting on a key enzyme, according to a new study from the University of Alberta.Share on PinterestNew evidence from an in vitro study supports the notion that remdesivir may be effective against SARS-CoV-2.Last month, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced the launch of a multinational…

New study determines loss of odor and taste as COVID-19 symptoms

A new study looking at the data of people who tested positive for COVID-19 backs up recent claims that the loss of the senses of smell and taste can be a symptom of the disease.Share on PinterestNew research from the UC San Diego Health provides evidence that the loss of smell and taste can be…

COVID-19 treatment: New findings may bring researchers a step closer

Share on PinterestA new finding of how SARS-CoV-2 spreads may also help researchers understand how to curb the virus’s proliferation.Five researchers from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, set out to learn more about the structure and mechanisms related to two coronaviruses that have created turmoil in the past. These are SARS-CoV, the virus that…

Smell helps the brain form memories during sleep

Share on PinterestNew research shows that scent helps us consolidate memories during our sleep.Familiar scents have an incredible ability to evoke memories from the past. Many will have had the experience of a particular smell — perhaps of grandma’s cooking or freshly cut grass — conjuring up memories from our childhood.As well as anecdotal, scientific…