Have you ever wondered whether you are truly protected from infectious diseases ranging from the common cold to more deadly threats like rabies or bird flu? When you travel, are you protected from the many infections abroad? According to most histories, the Spanish Flu ended in 1920. This is wrong: it did not end, and…

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I had intended my artwork series: “C3 Series – Covid Constrained Composition” to be a geological reflection of the Cornish Jurassic coast in England, referencing Durdle Door, a natural limestone arch. However, all I could think of was the enforced stasis we’re in and the inability to plan ahead due to the coronavirus pandemic. Restricted…

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The UK is now counting down the days to the biggest fall out in the nation’s history. Not only are we leaving the European Union, but the threat of leaving without a deal is imminent. A “no deal” Brexit does what it says on the tin. It means the UK and the EU are unable…

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People have different ways of looking at the world, and these views influence their perceptions of risks, benefits and costs and shape how they act. We’ve seen this in alarming degrees with the current pandemic. Historically, we, as global citizens, have woven a spiral of silence over climate and race issues. The term “spiral of…

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