Benjamin Zephaniah, the renowned British dub poet and political activist, known for his Caribbean heritage, has passed away.
Research indicates that the COVID-19 virus has the ability to alter the immune system. This raises the question: Does contracting COVID-19 make individuals more susceptible to future illnesses?
Human intelligence is heavily influenced by our ability to learn from others. Over time, we have developed a cultural evolution that allows us to acquire knowledge through social learning. This process, known as cultural transmission, enables us to imitate the actions and behaviors of those around us.
Nestled in Santa Monica, California, Crossroads School for Arts and Sciences is a beacon for the offspring of celebrities. However, according to a recent graduate, it’s just like any other school.
This Veterans Day, indulge in a range of podcasts, audiobooks, and documentaries to pay tribute to our military veterans. Allow cybersecurity expert Kurt “CyberGuy” Knutsson to share his ten noteworthy recommendations.
Recently, several librarians have faced termination after courageously opposing discrimination and book bans. In an effort to seek justice, they are now seeking assistance from a federal civil-rights enforcement agency.
A criticized national Black Lives Matter nonprofit has now opened its recently purchased California mansion to families affected by police violence.
Critics believe the law infringes on the rights of LGBTQ+ students and educators.
It’s remarkable how such minute entities can unexpectedly bring forth a whole new perspective, despite their near invisibility in the grand scheme of things. They serve as conduits for a greater existence to manifest and create a radiant shift in our understanding.
Cancer, an ever-present danger, affects us all regardless of our genetics or healthy habits. Advancements in medical science have transformed how we confront this formidable adversary.