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DNA markers reveal if you shared a womb with twin that didn’t survive

News Post || Tech News By Clare Wilson A cheek swab test could reveal if you once had a twin…

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Covid-19 news: Younger children in England less willing to get vaccine

News Post || Tech News By Michael Le Page , Clare Wilson , Jessica Hamzelou , Sam Wong , Graham…

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Pfizer submits data to FDA, seeking to use its Covid vaccine for children ages 5 to 11

News Post || Tech News Pfizer-BioNTech requested Tuesday that the Food and Drug Administration clear its Covid-19 vaccine for use…

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Mystery of ancient burrows older than earliest animals has been solved

News Post || Tech News By Jason Arunn Murugesu Animal burrows (dark cylinders) in ancient quartzite rock Stefan Bengtson The…

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Covid-19 news: Antibodies remain in breast milk months after infection

News Post || Tech News By Michael Le Page , Clare Wilson , Jessica Hamzelou , Sam Wong , Graham…

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How our ape ancestors suddenly lost their tails 25 million years ago

News Post || Tech News By Michael Le Page A wild chimpanzee walking through a forest Shutterstock / Alexwilko Around…

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Covid-19 news: US approves booster vaccines for over-65s

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WHO calls for lower limits on air pollution to save millions of lives

News Post || Tech News By Adam Vaughan Stricter air pollution regulations would limit exposure to tiny particulate matter ElcovaLana/Getty…

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Covid-19 news: Record cases in school children in England

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We can now bioengineer catnip instead of extracting it from plants

News Post || Tech News By Michael Le Page Catnip plants in bloom blickwinkel/Alamy The key ingredient in catnip, called…

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