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Climate change may push Zika virus into southern and eastern Europe
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Mosquitoes carrying Zika virus are infectious when temperatures are 19°C or higher – climate change may increase the virus’s range into southern and eastern Europe and the northern US (New Scientist)
Vaginal mesh safety review highlights failures in UK health system
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The UK’s “unresponsive and defensive” healthcare system has failed thousands of women who developed life-changing conditions after pelvic mesh surgery, concludes a review into the treatment (New Scientist)
Risk of airborne coronavirus spread being underplayed, say researchers
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Over 200 scientists have signed a letter calling for the world to recognise the potential for the coronavirus to be transmitted through small airborne droplets, and to take steps to protect against them (New Scientist)
Covid-19 news: Everyone should wear face coverings, says Royal Society
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The latest coronavirus news updated every day including coronavirus cases, the latest news, features and interviews from New Scientist and essential information about the covid-19 pandemic (New Scientist)
Why hasn't the UK seen a second wave of the coronavirus?
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Scientists have repeatedly warned of a second surge of covid-19 infections as restrictions ease in the UK, but it hasn’t happened – were they wrong or is it still to come? (New Scientist)
Europe wants to use hydrogen to slow climate change - will it work?
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The European Commission is set to announce a new strategy to turn the universe’s most abundant element into a way for the EU to decarbonise polluting industries and transport (New Scientist)
Mysterious Stone Age flint artefacts may be crude sculptures of humans
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Hundreds of distinctive flint objects from a Stone Age village in Jordan seem to have been a form of symbolic communication – perhaps even figurines of people (New Scientist)
Ultrasound tweezers could help remove kidney stones without surgery
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Sound waves can be shaped into tweezers that can drag small objects around inside the body and potentially remove kidney stones (New Scientist)
Meat and dairy production emit more nitrogen than Earth can cope with
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Scientists have urged people to eat less meat and dairy after finding livestock farming singlehandedly exceeds “planetary boundaries” for nitrogen pollution (New Scientist)
Arctic explorers find unusually thin ice as a result of climate change
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The biggest ever science expedition to the Arctic found sea ice that was so unusually thin that it could threaten future efforts to study the effects of climate change in the region (New Scientist)