A Premier League footballer was arrested last week on suspicion of child sex offenses. However, he was released on bail after being interviewed by police. The player has been suspended by his club as the GMP’s major incident team is investigating the case.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has reported a case of monkeypox in a Dallas resident, who recently returned from Nigeria. The patient has been admitted to a Dallas hospital and is stable. The CDC said monkeypox is a rare but serious viral illness, which is not as contagious as COVID.
Chinese officials have reported the first human case of the H10N3 virus, also called bird flu or avian flu. A 41-year-old man from the city of Zhejiang, China, developed a fever on April 23 and went to a local hospital on April 28. He was then diagnosed with the H10N3 strain of avian influenza.
A new study from the University of Seoul has found that there are large amounts of Viagra (sildenafil) and other erectile dysfunction drugs in the sewage of Gangnam area, where there are a lot of nightclubs and bars. The concretion of Viagra and other drugs is so high that sewage treatment plants fail to eliminate the drugs.
An Illinois woman believes that her husband, who died by suicide, was actually suffering from what some mental health experts call “COVID Psychosis.” This neurological and psychological condition is related to COVID-19, which could be due to brain inflammation or side effects of steroids, low oxygen levels, or emotional trauma of severe illness.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced that will ban menthol in cigarettes and all flavors, including menthol, in cigars within a year. However, some organizations have urged the officials to reconsider the ban, stating that it could trigger criminal penalties.
A Northeast company called NS NY Distributor Inc. has voluntarily recalled its two products – Premium OrgaZen 7000 and Ginseng Power 5000 – because they were tainted with sildenafil (Viagra) and tadalafil (Cialis), according to the FDA. Viagra and Cialis are prescription-only erectile dysfunction drugs.