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What to eat to help protect yourself from coronavirus

As the coronavirus outbreak sweeps across the globe, people are stockpiling disinfectant, preparing to self-isolate and cancelling their travel plans to affected countries.

Children facing uncertain future, experts warn

No country offers a child both the chance of a healthy upbringing and an environment fit for their future, the World Health Organization (WHO) says.

Human compost funerals 'better for environment'

A US firm has given scientific details of its "human composting" process for environmentally friendly funerals.

Gene therapy to halt rare form of sight loss

A new gene therapy has been used to treat patients with a rare inherited eye disorder which causes blindness.

Sex robots may cause psychological damage

US researchers have warned that the availability of sex robots with artificial intelligence (AI) poses a growing psychological and moral threat to individuals and society.

Valentine's Day: When men beat women with animal hides

Even though this 'day of love' has most couples rushing to make each other happy with flowers, gifts and candies, the history of Valentine's Day is rather dicey.

Can art really fight against global warming?

There had been many initiatives in art history that have tried to save the environment in one way or another. And, now www. artforgoodcause.com is also in the same path, creating a social awareness around the world through art.

New petrol and diesel vehicles sales ban from 2035

The last date to buy a new petrol, diesel or hybrid car in the UK will be brought forward from 2040 to 2035, under government plans.

Peanut allergy drug approved by the US FDA

The US has approved its first treatment for peanut allergies in children.

Sun's surface seen in remarkable new detail

Behold the Sun's convulsing surface at a level of detail never seen before!

Lungs 'magically' heal damage from smoking

Your lungs have an almost "magical" ability to repair the cancerous mutations caused by smoking - but only if you stop, say scientists.

Endangered cheetahs can return to Indian forests

India's top court has said cheetahs can be reintroduced in the country, 70 years after they were wiped out.

Devoted football fans experience 'dangerous' levels of stress

Devoted football fans experience such intense levels of physical stress while watching their team they could be putting themselves at risk of a heart attack, research suggests.

Voice of 3,000-year-old Egyptian priest brought to life

Scientists have fulfilled a mummified Egyptian priest's wish for life after death - by replicating his voice with artificial vocal chords.

China virus cases triple as infection spreads

The number of people infected with a new virus in China tripled over the weekend, with the outbreak spreading from Wuhan to other major cities.