Help us crown your NHS hero as explorer Robin Hanbury-Tenison, 83, salutes the intensive care team who saved his life

I’m thrilled the Daily Mail created the Health Hero Awards, and I’d like to offer my sincere thanks to everyone who works so hard to make them a reality. I hope everyone will take the time to say a little thank you to the heroes who have gone above and beyond at this critical time […]

Mum-of-two, 27, diagnosed with terminal lung cancer reveals heartbreak of having to say goodbye to young sons

Doctors then found the cause of her poor health – a huge tumour the size of a fist in her knee. Megan does not yet know how long she has left with her boys, but fund organiser Jamie Bromley thanked donors who have contributed.”It will to a very long way to creating some amazing memories,” […]

Real life or video game? Can you tell the difference between photos and Microsoft’s new ultra realistic Flight Simulator

NEW FEATURES FOR MICROSOFT FLIGHT SIMULATOR  Vivid and Detailed Landscapes – Immerse yourself in the vast and beautiful world that is our planet with more than 37 thousand airports, 1.5 billion buildings, 2 trillion trees, mountains, roads, rivers and more.

China Focus: Pepper growing spices up life in deep mountains

“Among various Sichuan peppers of prime quality across China, those grown in Wudu District stand out due to their prominent numbing properties, thus enjoying popularity. And with top yields, we play a crucial role in leading the domestic Sichuan pepper market,” said Niu Junping, deputy head of the district.

Millennials, Gen Z less happy than older generations, report says

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The ‘super commuters’ who spend 750 hours a year driving

The family moved to Keown’s home region Hawke’s Bay in 2015. They have a nicer house, less debt, and no commute. Keown and her photographer husband work from home in Napier South around three-month-old Finn, and their son’s school and daughter’s kindy is minutes’ walk away. Napier central is five minutes’ drive in light traffic. […]

Tuesday briefing: Britons flee Brexit by the thousands

“Test & trace fiasco is timebomb” – the Mirror really ought to have chosen one derogative or the other. “Having virus may earn right to roam” – the i is reviving the immunity passport idea (maybe we’ll call it the “travel bug”). The Express says “Painkillers do more harm than good” and the Times has […]

UN chief outlines “bold steps” for education amid COVID-19 disruption

UNITED NATIONS, Aug. 4 (Xinhua) — The COVID-19 pandemic has created the largest disruption to education in history and prolonged school closures could further entrench inequalities in access to learning, UN chief Antonio Guterres said Tuesday, underlining the need for “bold steps” to address the crisis.

Sperm fooled scientists for 350 years – they spin not swim

The scientific tale of the sperm tail follows the route of every other area of research: advances in understanding sperm movement are highly dependent upon the development of technologies in microscopy, recording and, now, mathematical modelling and data analysis. The 3D microscopy technology developed today will almost certainly change the way we analyse semen in […]

Understanding importance of data management in Africa’s Economic War

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