In response to a confirmed outbreak of the highly pathogenic H5N1 bird flu on a farm in Schonberg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, about 6,700 ducks and geese are slated for culling, as announced by authorities in east Germany. Several other cases of bird flu have been reported in Germany in recent weeks, contributing to concerns about the spread of the disease. Bird flu outbreaks typically occur in Europe during the autumn and winter months, often transmitted by wild birds. The virus has been detected on farms in various countries, including France, the Netherlands, and Belgium, prompting heightened precautions and containment measures.
- Usama Mudassar
- August 14, 2023
In a world increasingly dominated by sedentary lifestyles and modern conveniences, the importance of physical activity cannot be overstated. Recent research has shed light on a fascinating discovery: even taking as few as 4,000 steps a day can significantly contribute to a longer and healthier life. This revelation comes from a groundbreaking experiment that has the potential to reshape our understanding of the minimum threshold for daily movement.
- Ibtehaj Tahir
- February 2, 2024
In the past 24 hours, seven more lives have been lost to the pneumonia outbreak in Punjab, with the total number of cases continuing to […]