New report suggests ‘panic buying’ of medications by patients and providers caused drug shortages

As the “triple threat” of COVID-19, influenza and RSV (respiratory syncytial virus) caused a spike in patients seeking medication in the winter of 2022, drug shortages were the highest they … Read More

Myocarditis in young males after COVID vaccine: New study suggests what may cause the rare heart condition

Multiple studies have shown that in rare cases, teen and young adult males have developed myocarditis after getting ​​the mRNA COVID-19 vaccine — and now new research published in the … Read More

Vivek Ramaswamy campaigns in Iowa, suggests US military could be used to ‘annihilate’ Mexican drug cartels

GOP presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy traveled to Iowa this week for campaign events where he suggested the U.S. military could be used to hold Mexican drug cartels accountable and stated … Read More

Biden complains about ‘negative’ press coverage to MSNBC, suggests it’s to blame for bad polling

President Biden complained about “negative” news coverage, suggesting it’s to blame for his bad polling during an interview on MSNBC.  “You’re talking about real, practical solutions… Why do you think … Read More

Short-term memory illusions’ can warp human recollections just seconds after events, study suggests

Human beings can generate false memories of events mere seconds after they have occurred, a new study has found.  The phenomenon, which researchers have dubbed “short-term memory illusions,” shows how … Read More

Pence suggests review of how National Guardsman could’ve allegedly accessed high-level US secrets

Moments before officials released the name of the suspect in their probe into top-secret intelligence leaks on an internet gaming forum, former Vice President Mike Pence said it was unbelievable … Read More

Queen Camilla’s gesture suggests ‘sense of relief’ at first event since title announcement

King Charles and Camilla visited a local market in Yorkshire and the Queen looked more “confident” than ever interacting with children, an expert claimed. Daily Express :: Life and Style … Read More

Trump suggests Manhattan DA Bragg ‘already dropped the case’ against him: ‘It’s a fake case’

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump suggested Saturday that Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg has dropped the case against him for alleged campaign finance violations. “I think they’ve already dropped the … Read More

Extinction-level asteroid impacts could be far more common than we thought, controversial study suggests

Earth may have been pummeled by large space rocks more often than previously estimated, controversial new research suggests, raising the risk that a species-ending impact could come sooner than we … Read More

Alien mothership lurking in our solar system could be watching us with tiny probes, Pentagon official suggests

Could an alien mothership be hovering around the solar system, sending out tiny probes to explore planets? According to a Harvard scientist and a Pentagon official, it’s possible.  In a … Read More

‘Oumuamua isn’t an alien spaceship — it’s a rock that’s farting hydrogen, new study suggests

The bizarre movements of the interstellar object ‘Oumuamua may have a reasonable explanation that has nothing to do with intelligent aliens, new research finds.  The strange interstellar visitor — the … Read More

Nancy Grace suggests scene of teen’s death near Murdaugh estate may have been ‘staged’: ‘Very unusual’

Fox Nation host Nancy Grace says the renewed investigation into the 2015 death of a South Carolina teen near the Murdaugh estate is a “long time coming” as evidence suggests … Read More

Caffeine, the wonder drug? Study suggests more coffee could lower body fat and prevent type 2 diabetes

That morning cup of coffee might provide more benefits than just a quick energy boost. New research suggests that consuming higher levels of caffeine could help curb body fat and … Read More

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