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COVID-19 shows us why science needs to change – Varsity Online

The less well-off in society, which disproportionately is ethnic minorities, are left without the equipment of facilities to protect themselves from coronavirus.

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Estimating the burden of SARS-CoV-2 in France – Science Magazine

COVID-19 pandemic in France Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) exacted a heavy toll in France during March and April 2020. Quarantine measures were effective in reducing transmission by 84%, and some relaxation of social isolation was expected in May. Salje et al.

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Why We Sometimes Wish Susan Would Fail, And What We Can Do About It – Forbes

Why We Sometimes Wish Susan Would Fail, and What We Can Do About It By: Kristina Durante Susan succeeds often in life. She and I have been friends for fifteen years. We are the same age and have the same job we are both professors at the same level (though at different universities) who study human behavior

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The Rascist Underbelly of the American Way of War – The Citizen

The U.S. military commands pushback against President Donald Trumps attempt to use the military against people demanding racial justice has received a lot of good press. But lets not overdo the praise.

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Hartmann’s Mountain Zebra Born at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute – Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute

For the first time in the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institutes (SCBI) history, ungulate keepers celebrated the birth of a male Hartmanns mountain zebra at the Front Royal, Virginia, facility. The colt was born overnight July 2 to 6-year-old mother Mackenzie and 5-year-old father Rogan

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These tortoises saved their species from extinction. Now they’re back home – CNN

(CNN) Island life is treating 15 recently released giant tortoises well as they settle back into their home island after decades in a captive breeding program. The tortoises, 12 female and three male, have been busy saving their species from extinction. Now they're slowly getting back to their roots on Espaola Island in the Galapagos, commingling with more than 2,300 descendants stemming from the program.

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Warming temperatures threaten hundreds of fish species the world relies on, study finds – CNN

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COVID-19 models show Canada is moving in the right direction: feds – Salmon Arm Observer

Canada is moving in the right direction when it comes to its fight against COVID-19, Prime Minister Trudeau said during a press conference at Rideau Cottage Monday (June 29). Trudeau said the progress comes as a result of Canadians listening to public health directions and that despite some hotspots, nationally, the number of cases, hospitalizations and deaths is declining over time.

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Men Should Eat These 11 Foods Every Day To Stay Healthy – The Source Magazine

Superfoods! More than a trendy buzzword, you need to incorporate these healthy superfoods in your diet every day. Men especially should curate their refrigerator and try to stick to a healthy diet. However, walking through the grocery store can be confusing and many do not know where to start

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Terri White: ‘On good nights, I lost my phone. On bad nights, I lost my sanity’ – The Guardian

My life began in the village of Inkersall, just north of the Derbyshire town of Chesterfield. Mum and Dad collided when she was just 15 and living in a house teetering on a faultline.

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Research Beyond the Binary – UVM News

In the pursuit of new knowledge, University of Vermont faculty arent afraid to challenge the status quo or stretch the boundaries of their disciplines. In fact, researching against the conventionally accepted grain of the academy is a tie that binds the following handful of UVM faculty in their pursuit of LGBTQ studies.

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International Men’s Health Week 2020: What is Jock Itch And How to Get Rid of it Using Home Remedies? – India.com

International Mens Health Week 2020: Jock itch is a common male problem. It is a fungal infection that causes rashes in the groin and inner thighs of men. More prevalent in athletes, jock itch affects those who are obese or/and sweat a lot.

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How to Breed a Pomsky and Other Questions About Dogs and Sex – Quanta Magazine

The cute puppy pictured below is the latest addition to my extended family.

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How will dating change after coronavirus? Psychology offers some clues – The Conversation UK

The dating scene could be a confusing place in world where at least some social distancing seems likely for the foreseeable future. And while many people will have maintained or begun contact with romantic partners online during lockdown, video chats and text messages are clearly not a long-term substitute for intimate (or even non-intimate) physical contact. When it comes to online dating, science gives us some insight into how people normally behave.

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Diego the tortoises sex drive saved his species. Now, hes retired to his natural habitat – Globalnews.ca

Diego is hanging up his shell, so to speak. The giant Galpagos tortoise, thought to have fathered 40 per cent of his entire species, turned 100 just in time to retire from breeding in Ecuador. Hes been siring baby tortoises since the 1960s and has finally headed home to the uninhabited Galpagos island of Espaola, along with 15 other tortoises

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URI Anthropology Professor Challenges Evolutionary Narratives of Big, Competitive Men and Broad, Birthing Women – Newswise

Newswise KINGSTON, R.I. June 9, 2020 Men are taller than women because millennia ago big, strong men beat out their shorter rivals for access to mates. The female pelvis is broader than the male pelvis because women have evolved to give birth.

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A damselfly’s colours have more to them than adding to the looks – Research Matters

In nature, colours are everywhere! Insects, birds, and mammalsall of them have vibrant colours and patterns on their bodies, which not only make them look pretty but play a role in behaviour and survival. Some use their kaleidoscopic looks to attract mates and stand out from their background; others prefer a dull look to blend into their surroundings and hide from predators.

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Successful Treatment of Infertility by Ayurveda with more than 90% Success Rate – Aasha Ayurveda – Outlook India

(Eds: Disclaimer: The following press release comes to you under an arrangement with NewsVoir. PTI takes no editorial responsibility for the same.) New Delhi, Delhi, India (NewsVoir) Successful treatment possible with Ayurveda as compared to IVF - Dr. Chanchal Sharma Very economical and natural treatment The success rate of pregnancy is more than 90% Successful treatment without side effects The house will be filled up with the voice of babies Infertility is becoming a serious disease in todays era.

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COVID-19, Pollution and Health | Figo – International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics

As time passes and more data becomes available, many studies have demonstrated a concerning link between air pollution levels and COVID-19 rates. Research publishedduring this years World Economic Forum in April found thatlong-term exposure to air pollution could be one of the most important factors relating to fatalitycaused by the COVID-19 virus around the world.

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The Importance of Gender Inclusion in COVID-19 Responses – World Politics Review

In late January, President Donald Trump announced the formation of a Coronavirus Task Force, made up of 12 senior officials who would be responsible for leading the U.S. response to COVID-19. All were men

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Shady Grove Fertility (SGF) to Host LGBTQ Family Building Virtual Events in Support of Pride Month – PR Web

SGF supports family building of all types with fertility options for every individual and couple. WASHINGTON (PRWEB) June 05, 2020 In honor of Pride Month, a month dedicated to recognizing the LGBTQ community, Shady Grove Fertility (SGF) is hosting two events to spread awareness about the multiple family building options available to the LGBTQ community.

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What Australian birds can teach us about choosing a partner and making it last – The Conversation AU

Love, sex and mate choice are topics that never go out of fashion among humans or, surprisingly, among some Australian birds. For these species, choosing the right partner is a driver of evolution and affects the survival and success of a bird and its offspring

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Meet Brood IX: The Cicadas Menacing the Eastern U.S. This Summer – Popular Mechanics

Richard EllisGetty Images This year, a bunch of 17-year cicadassometimes referred to as periodical cicadaswill emerge from the ground by the millions across parts of the U.S., including North Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia. The 2020 group has been designated Brood IX and is expected to peak in early June and begin declining by July though some have already begun their above-ground journeys. This content is imported from Twitter

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Viewpoint: Time to stop thinking of testosterone as a ‘magic male molecule’ – Genetic Literacy Project

We place unreasonable trust in biological explanations of male behavior. Nowhere is this truer than with testosterone. Contemporary pundits invoke the hormone nicknamed T to prove points about maleness and masculinity, to show how different men and women are, and to explain why some men (presumably those with more T) have greater libidos.

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Bad rating to TikTok on Play Store is easy. Harder to act on rape culture in Indian schools – ThePrint

Text Size:A- A+ Social media platforms must held accountable for letting hate speech thrive, but asking for a ban on TikTok wont solve any of our problems. Anger towards Faizal Siddiqui, the popular TikTok creator whose account has been suspended for glorifying acid attacks, is justified

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