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THURSDAY 14 JANUARY 2021

COVID-19: First wave patients may ‘be vulnerable to catching it again’

Antibodies that stop you from catching COVID-19 a second time last at least five months but you can still spread the disease while immune, according to a report from Public Health England.
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Who really found the continent of Antarctica?

In this extract from Antarctic Atlas, cartographer Peter Fretwell reveals the four contenders for the fame of finding Antarctica.
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Instant Genius: Dinosaurs

Everything you need to know about dinosaurs, from how they thought, to what Jurassic Park got wrong.
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Why do dogs lick people?

Be warned: the answer involves more regurgitation than you might think.
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Phobias, paranoia and PTSD: Why virtual reality therapy is the frontier of mental health treatment

Virtual reality is being used to treat a wide range of mental health problems. Meet some of the scientists who are pioneering VR therapy and the people who are benefitting from it.
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Hospitalised patients with COVID-19 have compromised gut microbiomes, study finds

Researchers found fewer friendly bacteria known to support our body’s immune system in people who had been to hospital after a COVID-19 infection.
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