Another concern for zoos, which have had to grapple with growing criticism of keeping animals in captivity, is the connection between wild animals and the coronavirus, which experts say likely originated in bats. According to a fact sheet the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention sent to scientists who study zoonotic diseases, the agency has not received reports of wildlife or other animals becoming sick with COVID-19 in the United States, and there is no reason to think animals might be a source of infection here. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus pandemic | The Bronx zoo is also empty, but the animals don’t mind
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2. Restrict your use of caffeine or nicotine If you’re not able to fall asleep, then you may be getting too much of these substances or using them at times that disrupt your sleep. First, get rid of caffeine after noon. Yes, I know. Getting alert and staying alert all day may need a java or tobacco boost, especially if you’re not sleeping well and are tired during the day. But caffeine is a stimulant, so try other ways to stay awake, such as slowly drinking a glass of water (dehydration often makes us sleepy), getting up and moving around, or some herbal tea such as ginger or peppermint that can give you a decaffeinated boost. … [Read more...] about 8 smart tips to help you sleep better during the COVID-19 crisis
Coronavirus pandemic | Government restricts export of diagnostic kits with immediate effect Techies can't wait to join office even if it means braving the traffic-clogged Bengaluru roads Coronavirus pandemic | UEFA lifts Saturday afternoon TV blackout for England, Scotland … [Read more...] about Coronavirus pandemic | If you stay indoors right now, you are fighting the battle for your country: Pujara
Voom plans to expand to other Brazilian cities first, then to Latin American neighbors such as Mexico City, Bogotá, and Buenos Aires. The next step will be to similar cities in Asia, such as Jakarta, Indonesia, and Manila, Philippines. Los Angeles would be a good candidate, says Subramanian, but regulations over noise pollution will make it tougher to get started. By then, perhaps sci-fi autonomous craft (like Airbus’s own Vahana) will be available. “When future technologies come about, we will be ready,” says Subramanian. … [Read more...] about Here’s why South America is getting helicopter ride-sharing before the U.S.