FDA panel member offers closer look at Pfizer vaccine for kids

Pfizer and BioNTech said Monday that their coronavirus vaccine, already authorized for those 12 and older, has been shown to be safe and effective in young children ages 5 to 11, which potentially provides a pathway toward inoculating the vast majority of U.S. schoolchildren against COVID-19. Ofer Levy, professor of pediatrics at Harvard Medical School… Read More »

Trisha Chetty: Record Holder South African Cricketer Reveals Traits of a Successful Cricket Player

Trisha Chetty is a South African cricketer. She has played two Tests, and made over one hundred limited-overs appearances for South Africa since 2007. Initially she batted at number seven or eight, but she was quickly promoted up the order and from mid-2008 onwards has been opening the batting. She along with Shandre Fritz set… Read More »

Dana White Shared the Workout and Diet That Keeps Him Jacked at 52

If you made your way through UFC President Dana White’s multimillion dollar Las Vegas home—not far from UFC headquarters—passing the outdoor pool where White swims laps against artificial currents, the Pilates room with the floor to ceiling TV for group workouts, the message and facial room complete with an infrared LED bed, the room where… Read More »

Successful PrEP interventions in marginalised communities: the Ashodaya PrEP Project

Community mobilisation and ownership were central to the success of a PrEP demonstration project conducted with female sex workers in Mysore, India, a recent qualitative study has found. PrEP was gradually introduced, spearheaded and endorsed by respected community leaders, including those living with HIV. As opposed to a singular focus on the benefits of the… Read More »