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Swedish authorities estimate that there are more people with COVID-19 who don't show symptoms than those in other countries.
Labour can use networks to create public pressure to protect workers' rights.
It has become common to believe that if babies sleep in these boxes, it will help protect them from sudden infant death syndrome. Unfortunately, the research does not back this up.
Political actors can actively engage with university students by taking cognisance
of their political information needs
Antibiotic resistance is one of the greatest health challenges we face today. But making a few small changes to the way antibiotics are prescribed could make a big difference in Australia.
Up to 10% of deceased people in big cities get no burial ceremony, in many cases because they requested it.
Does having children make the goal of fairly dividing work at home more elusive?
So many other countries see the value in breastfeeding support but the UK is lagging behind.
Specialist teachers and hours of compulsory physical education a week are keeping Nordic school children moving. When it comes to physical activity, Australia could do better.
As the cost of holding the Winter Games rises, local taxpayers around the globe are losing interest in hosting the event.
Facebook claims its new cryptocurrency will bring financial inclusion and opportunity to billions, pushing cash further to the fringes. Is that a good thing?
The Wikileaks founder has been removed from the Ecuadorean embassy after nearly seven years.
Other countries seem happy to pay more tax than we do, and they are among the world's top performers.
As cashless societies become a reality, we're starting to see this technological revolution has a dark side.
There are ways to reduce the risk of protests like France's yellow vests movement.
Much of our scientific knowledge comes from just two regions in Alaska and Sweden.
Monitoring the spread of mis-information and dis-information during the Swedish national elections by a group of scholars and journalist could set a precedent elsewhere.
While forming a government will be difficult, this situation was expected and our politics is, above all, practical.
The anti-immigration, pro-Swexit party could take up to 21% of the vote this weekend.