Kissing Is Part of Human Heritage

Kissing Is Part of Human Heritage

The first act of kissing was documented around 3,500 years ago. Sanskrit scriptures depicted kissing-like behavior that influenced various Eastern religions. Both Sumerian and Egyptian poetry speak about kisses. In the book of Genesis — in the Old Testament — there was a reference to Isaac asking his son Jacob to kiss him. Scientists have […]

Ebola Outbreak in Guinea Leaves 3 Dead and 5 Hospitalized

Ebola Outbreak in Guinea Leaves 3 Dead and 5 Hospitalized

The first Ebola outbreak since 2016 has been reported in southeastern Guinea, West Africa. Three people have died and five people hospitalized due to the outbreak. The five hospitalized are isolated in treatment centers, according to officials. On Feb. 14, 2021, the provincial health minister Eugene Nzanzu Salita reported there have been four confirmed cases […]

Pregnancy During COVID-19 Pandemic Can Be Scary

Pregnancy During COVID-19 Pandemic Can Be Scary

Speaking from experience, being pregnant during the COVID-19 pandemic is extremely scary. Everyone has concerns and worries because of the virus. Now add pregnancy to the mix and it concludes to massive stress. Every pregnant woman knows that their immune system lowers while they are pregnant. This is not something they want with the pandemic […]

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