Cannabis prevents Covid? According to a recent laboratory study, cannabis compounds prevented the virus that causes Covid-19 from penetrating healthy human cells. Read more details inside.
The greatest debate of 2021 is whether or not people should be vaccinated to protect themselves from one of this decade's most life-threatening viruses. Most recently, a viral tweet had fans of The Office hypothesizing how characters would react to a mandatory vaccination.
The Tokyo 2020 Olympics is approaching, and anything one could imagine has gone wrong. Onlookers believe it may have been best to postpone the event another year, especially considering how much money Tokyo will ultimately lose without spectators.
A legendary voice in Hip Hop and now the newest voice to the New York City transit, Jadakiss joins 20 iconic voices representing the New York MTA on subway platforms and buses around the New York City area for a special COVID-19 campaign.
The unfortunate effects of the virus does not stop Twitter from carrying on with their usual inappropriately hilarious swordplay of words. Take a look at this round up of Tweets from the "if you did this, don't worry about what's in the vaccine" trend.
Coronavirus is not the only thing this year has given us. It's given people more free time to dedicate to activities in the bedroom. This has resulted in the rise of the Covid conception era in 2020 and our favorite celebrities are wearing their new glow so well.
The Daily Show host and comedian Trevor Noah will host next year's 63rd Grammy Awards. The nominations are rolling in and just hours before the reveal for each category, The Grammy Academy announced Trevor Noah as Master of Ceremonies.
Elon Musk is somewhere in space right now completely unaware of what us peasants are dealing with here on planet Earth. Musk made a few observations about coronavirus on Twitter after testing both positive and negative for Covid-19. He called the tests "extremely bogus." Now, Tesla's CEO has been coined "Space Karen."
Stocks are rising as announcements of a new Covid-19 vaccine were made Monday (Nov 10) morning. Pfizer and BioNTech announced preliminary results suggesting their vaccine is more than 90 percent effective. This news could be groundbreaking for people across the world. Well, that is if people decide to take the vaccine.