Behind the global appeal of ‘Squid Game,’ a country’s economic unease

Koo Yong-hyun, a 35-year-old office worker in Seoul, has never had to face down masked homicidal guards or competitors out to slit his throat like the characters in the show do. But Koo, who binge-watched “Squid Game” in a single night, said he empathised with the characters and their struggle to survive in the country’s… Read More »

COVID booster shots and additional doses: what we currently know

While over 50% of Americans are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19, a COVID booster shot may be available in the near future. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than half of the U.S. population is now vaccinated against COVID-19. Approximately 178 million Americans are fully vaccinated, and more than 209 million… Read More »

Is Lurpak Butter Healthy?

Lurpak is one of the leading brands of butter sold in the UK. While more than 800,000 packets are sold each year, butter is traditionally thought of as bad for you, rather than good. But what is the truth about Lurpak butter? Is it healthy? In this article, we investigate this popular brand of butter and… Read More »

Sylvester Stallone Shared a Rocky III Photo That Shows How Much Bigger Hulk Hogan Really Was

Your average 75-year-old man might not be the most fluent when it comes to social media, but Sylvester Stallone isn’t exactly average. Whether he’s posting gym videos from his workouts with trainer Gunnar Peterson, selling merch inspired by his most iconic roles, or providing meme fodder with his performance as King Shark in The Suicide… Read More »

Not everyone wants a Pfizer or Moderna COVID vaccine. Why not offer them something else?

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Health Canada The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is approved, but Canada hasn’t been using it. Some say the viral vector shot could convince more people to get vaccinated Author of the article: Sharon Kirkey Publishing date: Oct 01, 2021  •  2 days ago  •  5 minute read  •  285 Comments A Johnson… Read More »