21 incredible pictures from the Bird Photographer of the Year 2021

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THURSDAY 08 APRIL 2021

Assistance dogs’ feet are pawsitively cleaner than the soles of shoes

Concerns about hygiene is no reason to ban assistance dogs from hospitals, according to a Dutch study.
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COVID-19: 60 per cent drop in cases in England from February to March

In a study that hasn't yet been peer-reviewed, experts found that the rate of infection fell in all age groups and regions across those two months.
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21 incredible pictures from the Bird Photographer of the Year 2021

Swoop in on the spectactular finalists for this year's photography contest.
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Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine turns cells into ‘little factories’ to fight off COVID-19

Scientists made the discovery after examining thousands of microscopic images to compare spike proteins on the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
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The Perseverance rover is sending weather reports back from Mars

Because one day, astronauts will need something to talk about.
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One-third of COVID survivors diagnosed with mental health conditions

A University of Oxford study has found that 34 per cent of those that recover from COVID have complications within the following six months.
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