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Korean Exam Day

Here’s a piece for families dealing with teens hoping to get into a good university. In Korea they take the big exams very seriously. This is from yesterday’s i paper: 362 more words

Real Life

Leprosy in Red Squirrels

Here’s an odd story from last week’s i paper:

“Red squirrels in the UK and Ireland carry strains of leprosy similar to those that have afflicted disability and disfigurement on humans for centuries, a study has shown. 117 more words

English History

Dinosaur Brain Found

This is from last Thursday’s i paper. It’s incredible. 

A “Brown pebble” spotted by a fossil hunter in Sussex has been confirmed at the first known example of petrified dinosaur brain.

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English History

"Clicking 'add friend' is one thing ..."

I’ve just read an article in Wednesdays ‘i’ paper by Siobhan Smith entitled:

“Clicking ‘add friend’ is one thing, actually becoming new pals is quite another.” 473 more words

Here And Now

Albatrosses Running in Circles

Since albatrosses are in the same family as seagulls who stamp on the ground to imitate rain, which draws their favourite food, worms, to the surface, this article fits with their family behaviour. 323 more words

Vitamin D Supplements?

Here’s another item from the i paper – We are now being urged to take Vitamin D tablets:

Public Health England said Vitamin D was vital for bone and muscle health but that people were generally not getting enough in winter.

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Real Life

Natural Deterrent for Mosquitoes

This small article from yesterday’s i paper records a huge breakthrough ii the fight against malaria, one of the world’s great killers and compromisers of human health but as it affects people in tropical countries, they often lack the means to pay for pharmaceuticals which are in any case becoming ineffective. 148 more words