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Researchers from Oxford say common ‘long Covid’ symptoms are also prevalent among those infected with influenza
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Levels of MDMA in river near Worthy Farm quadrupled week after festival, according to study
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Researchers say Archaehierax sylvestris is unlikely to be direct ancestor of any species alive today
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Researchers find space in Gorham’s Cave complex that has been closed off for at least 40,000 years
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Young people who are most hesitant about having the vaccine use social media more, research finds
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Scientists fear plastic pollution will be overlooked as politicians focus on climate change policy.
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Data also finds smokers more likely to die from disease compared with those who have never smoked
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Study shows people with normal BMI can achieve remission of type 2 diabetes by losing 10-15% weight
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A third dose of the vaccine provides significant protection, says pathology professor David O’Connor
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Three million trees have so far been planted as part of the scheme, launched in 2018.
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Covid has put academics like Chris Whitty and Patrick Vallance at the heart of policymaking, but electing better politicians could be the answer
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Wastewater plants release microplastics into the environment, but could manta rays hold the key to a solution?
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Researchers believe such antibodies could be used to treat people with severe coronavirus
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Naomi Kori Pomat, the first female doctor in her province, died in country’s first government-confirmed death of a health worker from virus
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Rising infections among children could have been avoided if the vaccine rollout for 12- to 15-year-olds had been started before the reopening of schools, say scientists
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Whistled languages exist on every inhabited continent – now some scientists think similar dialects could have preceded the spoken word
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Adolescents always liked hanging out together, as new evidence of human activity from more than 20,000 years ago reveals
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The biotechnology is comparable to traditional breeding methods and vital to create livestock resistant to disease, droughts and heatwaves, says group
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We don’t see big repatriations like this as often as we should: finally the Gilgamesh tablet is heading home, writes Peggy McGlone