Dr Michael Mosley: What to eat to beat stress and improve your mood

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Pfizer vaccine approved for children aged 12-15: Everything you need to know

The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation will now decide whether children should get the jab.
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Top 10: World’s longest bridges

A structure spanning the English Channel wouldn’t come close to Earth’s 10 lengthiest bridges.
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Instant Genius: Brain Tech

Everything you need to know about upgrading your brain, from how your brain could merge with technology to whether we can talk to coma patients.
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Dr Michael Mosley: What to eat to beat stress and improve your mood

The BBC health presenter breaks down the science of mood-boosting psychobiotics into one easily-digested explainer.
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Scientists have measured how Earth’s core grows (and found something really strange)

A University of California discovery of an asymmetric growth at Earth’s centre is posing new questions about how the planet generated its magnetic protection.
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Born to be mild: puppies have an innate ability to understand humans

Puppies can follow human pointing gestures, even before being trained, suggesting they are hardwired to communicate with us.
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Do animals perceive time differently to us?

Studies suggest smaller animals may experience the world in slow motion, compared to humans.
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Can space exploration be environmentally friendly?

One SpaceX rocket launch emits 112 tonnes of refined kerosene.
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