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Rapid urbanisation in many developing countries has meant that informal settlements have begun to sprout near cemeteries.
The so-called TERFs think the term is inaccurate too: they insist that they’re not trans-exclusionary because they include trans men in the category of women.
Medical conspiracy theories have the power to increase distrust in medical authorities, which can impact people’s willingness to protect themselves.
English sports began to surpass Indian games in popularity, such as local forms of wrestling. Other games as 'Kabaddi' were organised like English sports.
When it comes to infectious disease epidemics like COVID-19, we have a strong tendency to overreact emotionally and underreact behaviourally.
Australia doesn’t currently export renewable energy. But an ambitious new solar project called Sun Cable is poised to change that.
Studies show that when cities are designed to provide walkability, bikeability and public transport, then physical activity across the community increases.
Being born with lots of neurons gives us the potential for a long and slow life. Neurons are the Lego pieces that build brains and process information.
To study the spread of coronavirus, we have to look beyond airports to the European automobile and parts industry in central China and transport hubs like Wuhan.
A good film can come from India, Mexico, Korea, but it is subtitles that connect the makers with audiences by allowing the accessibility of a variety of cinema.