Chief Medical Officer urges pregnant women to get vaccinated
The Chief Medical Officer has issued a fresh call for pregnant women to get vaccinated.
The warning comes as the spread of the Omicron variant continues to cause high case numbers in Northern Ireland.
The bald eagle population slowly recovers, but lead ammo hampers their resilience
A bald eagle takes flight from a sandbar with its meal in its talons off of Brunswick, Maine, along the New Meadows River, on Aug. 22, 2011.
Echoing Trump, GOP Threatens to Pull Out of Presidential Debates
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How the Head of a Jazz Nonprofit Spends Her Sundays
Alina Bloomgarden believes that music education can reduce recidivism. Many renowned jazz artists have joined her cause.
Is This Stadium in England or Wales? The Team Needs to Know.
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The English soccer club Chester F.C. postponed a game after Welsh health officials claimed authority over its home.
Plants at risk of extinction as climate crisis disrupts animal migration
The decline of seed-dispersing animals is damaging plants' ability to adapt to climate breakdown, a study has found.
Project Connect team unveils report on anti-displacement strategy - Austin Monitor
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MPs call for bathing rivers across England as part of anti-pollution drive
Water companies in England should each designate a stretch of river as bathing water by 2025 to drive the cleanup of a chemical cocktail of sewage, agricultural waste and plastic pollution that is suffocating biodiversity and risking public health, MPs have said.