April 3, 2023

The international collaboration that sped the development of vaccines effective against COVID proved two things: 1. Medical ailments are global, meaning not one country, a.k.a. people suffer alone; and 2. International cooperation, thinking as ‘one world,’ is the way forward to combat and find remedies/treatments for devastating illnesses that know no boundaries. That’s why, the announcement of a couple of national plans to start addressing two particular, and global, diseases – cancer and alzheimer’s – is a necessity if an effective treatment is to be discovered; Ukraine has every right to be angry and dumbfounded at the idiocy happening at the UN Security Council; Gun violence is escalating and a criminologist studies how society is approaching gun crime. The bigger question is: Can we stop it and still keep all parties happy?; and Scientists just created the world’s lightest paint. Amazing! Go beyond the headlines…

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