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Nidhi Razdan says ‘nothing to be ashamed of’ on her Harvard fake job offer | NYT | Oneindia News

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Nidhi Razdan says ‘nothing to be ashamed of’ on her Harvard fake job offer | NYT | Oneindia News

Nidhi Razdan says ‘nothing to be ashamed of’ on her Harvard fake job offer | NYT | Oneindia News

Yesterday, prominent journalist and ex-NDTV anchor Nidhi Razdan opened about her being scammed about being a faculty member at Harvard University.

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Climate Crisis , Could Spawn More Devastating Pandemics, New Study Finds. Climate Crisis , Could Spawn More Devastating Pandemics, New Study Finds. The study was conducted by researchers from several universities and published in the journal 'Nature.'. It estimates that in the next 50 years, climate change will assist in 15,000 "potentially devastating" instances of viruses crossing species. The "zoonotic spillover" that will be the result of animal migration caused by increased temperatures could lead to another health crisis as severe as COVID. As the world changes, the face of disease will change too. , Dr. Gregory Albery, Co-Author of Paper, via 'The Guardian'. This work provides more incontrovertible evidence that the coming decades will not only be hotter, but sicker. , Dr. Gregory Albery, Co-Author of Paper, via 'The Guardian'. We have demonstrated a novel and potentially devastating mechanism for disease emergence that could threaten the health of animals in the future and will likely have ramifications for us, too, Dr. Gregory Albery, Co-Author of Paper, via 'The Guardian'. This is happing, it’s not preventable even in the best case climate change scenarios, Dr. Gregory Albery, Co-Author of Paper, via 'The Guardian'. ... and we need to put measures in place to build health infrastructure to protect animal and human populations, Dr. Gregory Albery, Co-Author of Paper, via 'The Guardian'. Climate change is creating innumerable hotspots for zoonotic risk right in our backyard. We have to build health systems that are ready for that, Dr. Colin Carlson, Co-Author of Paper, via 'The Guardian'. The findings underscore that we must, absolutely must, prevent pathogen spillover, Aaron Bernstein, Harvard University, via 'The Guardian'. Without major investments in primary pandemic prevention [...] we will find ourselves in a world where only the rich are able to endure ever more likely infectious disease outbreaks, Aaron Bernstein, Harvard University, via 'The Guardian'. Experts recommend "habitat conservation, strictly regulating wildlife trade and improved livestock biosecurity" as ways of mitigating pandemic outbreaks. Without these safeguards in place, the monetary cost to human society could amount to trillions of dollars. This hidden cost of climate change is finally illuminated, and the vision this paper shows us is a very ugly future for wildlife and for people, Peter Daszak, President of EcoHealth Alliance, via 'The Guardian'

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