Tech Still Isn’t Doing Enough to Care for the Environment

We are in a climate crisis, and technology can be either a part of the problem or a force for good, says Greenpeace CTO Priscilla Chomba-Kinywa. According to the International Panel on Climate Change, she explains, we have “less than seven years before Earth becomes really difficult to live on.” Last year alone, the world … Read more

Prince William sets ideal husband goals as he takes care of Kate Middleton

Prince William has taken a break from Royal duties to take care of his beloved wife Kate Middleton Prince William sets ideal husband goals as he takes care of Kate Middleton Prince William has been setting ideal husband goals by taking a break from his royal duties to take care of his wife, Kate Middleton. … Read more

Satellite Images Point to Indiscriminate Israeli Attacks on Gaza’s Health Care Facilities

International humanitarian law prohibits attacks on hospitals and health care facilities, or against patients, doctors, and their means of transport, during a conflict. A health care facility can lose its protected status if it is used to “commit acts that are harmful to the enemy,” according to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). … Read more

King Charles and alternative medicine approaches to cancer care

LONDON — We don’t know what kind of cancer King Charles III suffers from, where in his body the renegade cells were found or what sort of treatment he is receiving. Still, he is suddenly one of the most prominent cancer patients in the world, with the potential to influence how people think about this … Read more

Why the U.S. Doesn’t Seem to Care About Imran Khan or Pakistan’s Unfair Election

For a man staring down the barrel of a 10-year jail sentence, Imran Khan was oddly nonchalant in court last Tuesday. As his representatives argued passionately for a fair hearing, Pakistan’s ex-Prime Minister retrieved his eyeglasses, unfolded a newspaper, and did his utmost to ignore the surrounding commotion. “At one point he looks up and … Read more

Kate Middleton relying on nanny to take care of kids as Prince William resumes duty

Kate Middleton has ben discharged from hospital following her planned abdominal surgery Kate Middleton relying on nanny to take care of kids as Prince William resumes duty Kate Middleton will have to rely on her nanny, Maria Borrallo, to take care of kids as Prince William would resume his duties soon now that she is … Read more

“I don’t care” – Barcelona attacker hits back at critics after scoring in 4-2 Real Betis win

Joao Felix has hit back at his critics after he scored in the 90th minute to help Barcelona secure a 4-2 win against Real Betis on Sunday, January 21. Felix joined the Blaugrana on a season-long loan from Atletico Madrid over the summer. Despite clearly displaying his affection for the badge, he has come under … Read more

Only 2 Days Left to Sign Up for Affordable Care Act Health Insurance. Here’s How

There are only a couple days left to sign up for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act, depending on which state you live in (see below). Already, 2024 is seeing record-high enrollment in coverage through the ACA due to Medicaid disenrollment, a HealthInsurance.org source shared with CNET.  The ACA is designed to give more Americans … Read more

The End of One-Size-Fits-All Health Care

It has been known for decades that the vast majority of human biological differences aren’t between groups, they’re from person to person. It’s weird that scientists and doctors still resort to sifting people into huge populations when trying to understand us: ethnicity, race, sex, and gender. 2024 will mark the year that they finally relinquish … Read more