The World’s first Flu Pandemic

“… It was in late October and November of 1918 and early 1919 that higher death rates occurred, when people with flu symptoms began to crowd into hospitals in panic, and thus spread the disease further.”


To touch the Sun: The Parker Solar Probe

As it travels, the satellite will pick up speeds of 430,000mph, making it the fastest man-made object ever.


The International Day for the Remembrance of Slavery

The International Day for the Remembrance of Slavery is also a timely reminder that although slavery is illegal in every country in the world it has not disappeared.


Opinion

How to handle Results Day anxiety

It can be easy to gravitate to the worst case scenario when you’re under pressure. Do you often think that you’re going to fail an exam spectacularly? Or do you believe that you’re going to get terrible grades on result day? There are steps you can take to alter these thoughts…


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