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Stroke After Pfizer Booster May Be Connected to Flu Vaccine

Instances of stroke following receipt of Pfizer’s new booster in the elderly may be connected to the influenza vaccine, officials said on Jan. 26.

Gingrich Questions DirecTV’s Motive in Canceling Newsmax: ‘A Lot More About Ideology’

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is the latest to express alarm over broadcaster DirecTV’s decision to drop conservative channel Newsmax, a move he criticized as an “arbitrary use of power.”

Populations Dropped in 3 Chinese Counties in 2020

Census data for three counties in China’s southeast Sichuan Province revealed that the population drop during the first year of the pandemic was as high as 22 percent.

2nd COVID-19 Booster Provides Worse Protection Than 1st

The protection provided by a second COVID-19 vaccine booster was worse than that bestowed by an initial booster, with the shielding trending negative after a period of time, according to a new study.

Few Schools Returning to Mask Mandates as COVID Cases Increase

At least five school districts, most in the northeast of the country, have reinstated mask requirements for students amid an uptick in COVID-19 infections, and two requested that students be tested for the virus before returning to school from winter break.

American Banks Prepare for Decline in Profits, 17 Percent Drop Predicted for Top Six Banks in the Fourth Quarter

Big banks in the United States are getting ready to deal with shrinking profits due to factors like an overall difficult economic environment, despite the fact that interest incomes have risen over the past year.

The COVID Jabbed Are Dying While Fueling Variants

Since the beginning of the COVID pandemic, John Campbell, Ph.D., a retired nurse educator, has gained a following for his even-handed evaluations of COVID science and statistics.

Countering the Threat of Global Food Homogenization

The push toward globalism isn’t limited to political schemes; it also includes efforts to influence agriculture and homogenize food consumption around the world.

Republicans Poised for More Anti-ESG Fights in 2023

Republican lawmakers are set to take on the environment, social, and governance (ESG) agenda this year, with multiple states like Florida, Indiana, and Oklahoma targeting the use of such policies for business purposes.

Gender Identity Ideology ‘Compromising Patient Safety and Dignity’ Across the NHS

Gender ideology has “seriously compromised” the NHS and is diminishing women’s rights to same-sex spaces, a report has suggested.

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