Yellow Cap on Coca-Cola

If You See a Yellow Cap on Coca-Cola, This Is What It Means Coca-Cola has been around for what seems like forever. The famous soda pop brand was first introduced in the late 1800s and is still going strong today. It’s synonymous with crisp and refreshing, and the bright red […]


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China Pushes Daily Limit on Online Gaming for Minors

As the week-long Lunar New Year holidays in China draw near with promises of feasts and red envelopes stuffed with cash, children have another thing to look forward to –- one extra hour of online games each day. Only one hour. For years, Chinese authorities have sought to control how […]


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J&J to discontinue HIV Vaccine Trial

Johnson & Johnson said on Wednesday that it was pulling the plug on a late-stage global trial of an HIV vaccine after the shot was found ineffective at preventing infections. The trial’s failure marks yet another setback in the search for a vaccine against a virus known to mutate rapidly […]


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Why China Can’t Stop Talking About Canned Peaches

Why China can’t stop talking about canned peaches on the internet right now. Chinese state media is warning people not to eat canned peaches as a COVID remedy. An unfounded belief that the snack can fight the coronavirus has seen sales of canned peaches surge, per SCMP. As the COVID-vulnerable […]


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First Treatment for Resistant Leukemia

First treatment for resistant leukemia launched Doctors in Britain have hailed a pioneering treatment for an aggressive form of leukemia, after a teenager became the first patient to be given a new therapy and went into remission. The 13-year-old girl, identified only as Alyssa, was diagnosed with T-cell acute lymphoblastic […]


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