This month marks a year since the magnitude of the coronavirus saga began to manifest, and subsequently, a year worth of evidence regarding its origin.
Was it really a bioweapon? Or a gain-of-function experiment gone wrong? Perhaps, upon examination, the data is more complex than imagined.
Consulting the best medical journals and US military documents, it’s time to explore the blurred lines between bioweapons and vaccine research.
Appearance plays a significant role in how individuals feel about themselves, and in a bid to solve self-consciousness, many Australians turn to cosmetic treatments.
Cosmetic dentistry is one of the most popular trends, and despite its widespread popularity, research suggests the practice can come with harmful consequences.
Coronavirus vaccinations could be forced on Queensland students and teachers when a vaccine becomes available this year, it has been announced.
Education Minister, Grace Grace, has left the door open to a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination program in Queensland schools, saying “everything’s on the table”.
A continuing tradition, in which COVID is the latest example.
Australia cannot rely on overseas vaccines remaining effective and needs a “backup”, say authorities, who have awarded $1.6 million to a trial to fight the ‘new COVID-19 strain’.
By mid-2021, volunteers aged between 18 and 75 years will be recruited for an ‘accelerated clinical trial’ of two “next generation” vaccines, developed by the University of Melbourne.