Taxes may be needed to curb eating meat and dairy in the effort to combat climate change. BBC Science and Environment news: Source link"Cut meat and dairy intake 'by a fifth', report urges"
It might not come as a shock to learn that stress can turn your hair gray, but a team of Harvard scientists recently discovered the surprising reason why. Scientists have long understood that gray hair is the result of the natural aging process, certain pigment/follicle disorders, and stress. But until now, we’ve never known exactly what role stress plays in causing gray hair. Previous theories have insisted that stress somehow accelerates the aging process or…"Scientists figured out why stress turns your hair gray"
It is 75 years since Soviet Union troops liberated Auschwitz – now marked as Holocaust Memorial Day. BBC World news: Source link"Auschwitz: How death camp became centre of Nazi Holocaust"
If I watch a Story cross-posted from Instagram to Facebook on either of the apps, it should appear as “watched” at the back of the Stories row on the other app. Why waste my time showing me Stories I already saw? It’s been over two years since Instagram Stories launched cross-posting to Stories. Countless hours of each feature’s 500 million daily users have been squandered viewing repeats. Facebook and Messenger already synchronized the watched/unwatched state…"Yo Facebook & Instagram, stop showing Stories reruns"
Image: Verdict Impeachment podcasts are the hot new thing in podcasting, and now one of the actual impeachment jurors is getting in on the boom. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) launched a podcast today called Verdict with Ted Cruz, in which he sits across from a stupendously softball interviewer (“you are not only a senator, you are a constitutional lawyer, one of the brightest legal minds in the country”) and opines on the day’s impeachment proceedings.…"Ted Cruz now has an impeachment podcast, too"
A deadly outbreak of the new coronavirus emerged in Wuhan, China, a city of 11 million people in December 2019. Within weeks, the virus has killed nine people, sickened hundreds and spread as far as the United States. CNN’s David Culver reports. CNN news: Source link"See the market believed to be source of the virus"
Deepfakes, or computer-generated images of people, can be dangerous for democracy, warn experts. BBC News Source link"Deepfakes: A threat to democracy or just a bit of fun?"
The law, which will come into force in April, will be the most generous in the world, ministers say. BBC Politics News: Source link"Two weeks of leave for UK parents who lose a child"
EDF Energy wants to build new reactors next to the existing Sizewell B near Minsmere nature reserve. BBC Science and Environment news: Source link"Sizewell: RSPB Minsmere nature reserve fears 'environmental impact' on wildlife"