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While children and young people seem rarely to be victims of severe Covid-19, they are experiencing indirect adverse effects of the pandemic on their mental and physical health.
In the south of Chile, a rural school is bringing the classroom to students, deploying vans to help teach pupils who might not otherwise have access to education during the coronavirus lockdown.
With the public locked out of the park, park management at Belmont Park amusement park in San Diego is using giant stuffed animals to make sure the roller coaster keeps running every day.
Europe’s sugar beet growers are turning away from the crop in a move that could drive soaring prices even higher, as the EU’s environmental rules clash with its bid to stem food inflation and secure supplies. Farmers are switching crops after the European Union’s top court ruled in January they can no longer be
“What is ‘the bag’?” If there’s a Final Jeopardy answer about Rupert Murdoch’s legacy, your response should include “the bag” or some other vernacular for money. The business model he popularized boils down to a simple pursuit, regardless of the trappings of “patriotism” that might have been draped over
Rumours are circulating around Taylor Swift and American football star Travis Kelce, the tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs. Gossip has been circulating amongst us Swifties since July, when Kelce reportedly expressed disappointment that he couldn’t give her a friendship bracelet (a Swiftie tradition) that bore
We understand the political reasoning behind President Joe Biden joining the United Auto Workers picket line in Michigan on Tuesday: Michigan will be a key swing state in the next presidential election, as it was in the prior election, and Democrats need to shore up support. Biden’s poll numbers over the weekend