A recent study reveals that a highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) outbreak killed over 330 New England harbor and gray seals along the North Atlantic coast in June and July 2022. This outbreak is associated with the wave of avian influenza in birds in the region. HPAI or bird flu is known to have spillover effects from birds to mammals like mink, foxes, skunks, and bears. But, this study is among the first to connect HPAI to a larger scale mortality event in wild mammals. None of the animals that tested positive recovered.
John Wiley and Sons Inc. have introduced a new program of digital primary sources that provides first-time access to rare historical records across the sciences and medicine. Wiley Digital Archives is going to be launched this year. It has made the process effortless for institutional customers; they can procure digital access to unique historical primary […]
According to the survey conducted by the British Council, the students leaving their home country for higher education to abroad has decreased in number. The reason behind this change is that there has been increase in the number of local investors for higher education, in many countries. Earlier, students’ preferred to go abroad for higher […]
When your gums are afflicted, certain bacteria might embark on a journey to your brain, forming alliances with Alzheimer’s-associated plaques. It’s akin to a microbial infiltration—oral pathogens covertly influencing cerebral processes. Maintaining gum health could emerge as a preventative measure, not solely for dental well-being but potentially influencing cognitive preservation. In essence, taking really […]