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  • Africa declared free of polio

    Africa to be declared free of polio Africa is to be declared free from wild polio by the independent body, the Africa Regional Certification Commission. Polio usually affects children under five, sometimes leading to irreversible […] More

  • Pole vault world record holder Armand Duplantis

    Pole vault world record holder Armand Duplantis won’t put a ‘cap’ on how high he can jump He may be in the early stages of his pole vault career, but Armand “Mondo” Duplantis has already […] More

  • Redirect military budgets to tackle climate change and pandemics

    Redirect military budgets to tackle climate change and pandemics Despite threats to human existence from climate change, biodiversity loss and a pandemic that’s devastating economies and paralysing societies, countries still spend recklessly on destructive weapons […] More

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    The truth about Trump’s cognitive test

    The truth about Trump’s cognitive test Peggy Drexler writes that the Montreal Cognitive Assessment Test — the test Trump claimed to have aced as proof of his intelligence — is not actually a measure of […] More

  • Supreme Court debates Trump’s ability to keep taxes secret

    Supreme Court debates Trump’s ability to keep financial information and taxes secret The Supreme Court is considering Tuesday whether the House of Representatives and a New York prosecutor can subpoena President Donald Trump’s accounting firm […] More

  • Sweden challenges Trump by refusing to lock down

    Sweden challenges Trump — and scientific mainstream — by refusing to lock down Much of Europe is still on coronavirus lockdown, with severe restrictions on movement and penalties for those who transgress. Sweden’s actions are […] More

  • Why does the coronavirus spread so easily between people?

    Why does the coronavirus spread so easily between people? Researchers have identified microscopic features that could make the pathogen more infectious than the SARS virus – and serve as drug targets. Researchers have identified microscopic […] More

  • How to make junk food less tempting to children

    How to make junk food less tempting to children More than children are overweight or obese when they start primary school, rising to one in three by the time they start secondary school. Which children […] More

  • Technology and work-life balance: Beyond the 9-to-5

    Beyond the 9-to-5 Leaps in technology and a fundamental shift in attitudes concerning working life have disrupted the way we work and communicate. BBC Worklife will explore how the traditional 9-5 style of work is […] More

  • Insight: Five racist myths debunked

    BBC Radio 4 – Radio 4 in Four – Five racist myths debunked The primary pigment in human skin is called melanin, and it’s used to protect us from the sun. It absorbs the sun’s […] More

  • Insight: Canada’s little-known geological wonder

    Canada’s little-known geological wonder The last time Candice LaFaver spotted the purple grains of sand along the shoreline at Candle Lake Provincial Park was in 2018. That July, she and her family had taken out […] More

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