The Latest: UK urges Sec Council to push for pause in wars

UNITED NATIONS — Britain has circulated a draft resolution to the U.N. Security Council demanding that all warring parties immediately institute a “sustained humanitarian pause” to enable people in conflict areas to be vaccinated against COVID-19. The proposed resolution reiterates the council’s demand last July 1 for “a general and immediate cessation of hostilities” in… Read More »

In Search of the Shot

Too little covid vaccine and too great a demand: That’s what KHN readers from around the country detail in their often exasperating quest to snag a shot, although they are often clearly eligible under their local guidelines and priority system. Public health officials say the supply is growing and will meet demand in several months,… Read More »

Creatine Guide for Muscle Growth

Creatine is one of the most popular supplements for enhancing your performance in the gym. In fact, it can help increase strength, muscle mass, and exercise performance. Furthermore, creatine can offer many benefits, like protecting yourself against neurological diseases. What Is Creatine? Naturally, creatine is found in the muscle cells. It is a combination of… Read More »

Young adults hardest hit by loneliness during pandemic, study finds

As psychologists worry that the coronavirus pandemic is triggering a loneliness epidemic, new Harvard research suggests feelings of social isolation are on the rise and that those hardest hit are older teens and young adults. In the recently released results of a study conducted last October by researchers at Making Caring Common, 36 percent of… Read More »