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Mysterious swirling light gives new insights into black holes

Experts discover crucial evidence that could reveal how magnetic fields behave around black holes

China to only allow foreign visitors who have had Chinese-made vaccine

Move raises questions as China’s vaccines not approved in many countries to which it is opening travel

Study sheds light on role of fingerprints in sense of touch

Scientists looking at why human fingertips are so sensitive have found the culprit hiding in our prints

Will I have to wear a mask after getting the Covid vaccine? The science explained

The CDC is relaxing guidance on masks for vaccinated people, but that doesn’t mean we’ll be seeing the end of face coverings any time soon. Here’s why

Nobody is more irritating when you are ill than your own family

My family treated my positive Covid test as exciting news, like they had been watching EastEnders for 17 years and finally something had happened

Bowel cancer screening capsules the latest in at-home care trend

Innovation in NHS self-care will see patients in England swallow tiny cameras instead of having standard endoscopy

Soap substitute kills Covid just as well as alcohol sanitiser, study shows

Research, not yet peer-reviewed, shows antimicrobial lotion Dermol 500 neutralises virus

Deadly pig disease could have led to Covid spillover to humans, analysis suggests

African swine fever led to mass cull of pigs in China and may have increased human-virus contact as people turned to other meat

Medieval women ‘put faith in birth girdles’ to protect them during childbirth

New findings cement idea that ritual and religion was invoked using talismans to soothe nerves

Vitamin D supplements may offer no Covid benefits, data suggests

Two studies fail to find evidence to support claims supplements protect against coronavirus

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