Getty Museum, based in LA, challenged people to recreate works of art using objects they have at home – and the submissions did not disappoint.… Read More »Museum challenges people in lock-down to recreate works of art with objects at home
Archaeologists have uncovered a sacred plaza in Iraq that was used to appease Ningirsu – a hero-god of war. Some 5,000 years ago, where people… Read More »Ritual site of a Mesopotamian war god found in Iraq that was used for animal sacrifices
The England legend, 52, was seen with Wendy Leech (pictured) and her dogs near her £65,000 flat in Salford, Greater Manchester.
Built in around ten days, the Nightingale hospital in London will have 4,000 beds for coronavirus patients. Similar hospitals are being installed in Manchester, Birmingham… Read More »Army join the front line in war on coronavirus as squaddies finish Nightingale Hospital in London
Ismail Mohamed Abdulwahab, 13, from Brixton, London has become Britain’s youngest coronavirus victim, after dying alone at King’s College Hospital on Monday.
Beth Purvis, 40, a legal assistant from Essex, was due to have an operation to remove a 19mm tumour in her right lung. But the… Read More »Will cancelled cancer operations put patients’ lives at risk?
A doctor debunked the biggest myths surrounding COVID-19 – including whether you should be taking supplements and if it’s worth following the Keto diet to… Read More »Gut health doctor Megan Rossi busts the biggest ‘immunity-boosting’ myths around coronavirus
Luca Di Nicola, from Nereto in Italy, died on Tuesday from pneumonia. He had a cough and fever for a week before collapsing at his… Read More »‘Very healthy’ Italian chef, 19, living in London dies ‘from coronavirus’
DR MAX PEMBERTON: It is an outrage that there have been horrendous shortages, mistakes and confusion around PPE, for it risks destabilising the NHS effort… Read More »The least we can do is ensure that medics are as protected as possible, writes Dr MAX PEMBERTON
Terrified dogs and cats crammed into rusty cages. Bats and scorpions offered for sale as traditional medicine. Markets in China are operating as usual.