Dolutegravir more likely to suppress very high viral loads than other recommended first-line drugs

One in three people starting treatment had a viral load above 100,000 copies, large US study finds People with very high pre-treatment viral loads who took dolutegravir were significantly less likely to have experienced treatment failure nine months after starting treatment compared to people taking other drugs recommended for first-line treatment, a review of more… Read More »

Flight attendants fear being ‘punched in the face’ over mask enforcement, union president says

Flight attendants enforcing mask mandates onboard are worried about physical attacks from travelers, Sara Nelson, international president of the Association of Flight Attendants, told CNBC’s “Squawk Box” on Monday. The Transportation Security Administration announced Thursday it would double fines for passengers who refuse to comply with the federal mask mandate for air travel. The union… Read More »

You Don’t Really Know Sam Asghari

SETTING FOOT ON SAM ASGHARI’S Los Angeles photo shoot one overcast day in July is like stepping into an episode of Entourage presented by Men’s Health. We’re squatting in a 1930s-era Hollywood Hills mansion borrowed from a designer friend of Asghari’s manager, Brandon Cohen, a one-man operation who also represents Salt-N-Pepa and Naughty by Nature… Read More »

Real school, finally! Many in Bangladesh attend classroom for first time in their lives

The first day at school, seeing yourself in uniform for the first time, making friends with the classmate seated next to you, or playing on the school ground becomes the memory of a lifetime.       But like many children all over the world, Maisha started  school through remote learning amid the coronavirus pandemic.    To such pupils… Read More »