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3h I’m almost 50 and full of regret it’s too late to have children | Dear Mariella
The Guardian
It sounds like a midlife crisis so visit your GP and focus on what you’ve achieved – not what you haven’t, says Mariella Frostrup
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3h China coronavirus spread is accelerating, Xi Jinping warns
BBC
China's president tells a high-level meeting that the country faces a "grave situation".
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US health experts hosted fictional coronavirus pandemic simulation three months ago8h US health experts hosted fictional coronavirus pandemic simulation three months ago
Daily Mail
Scientists at the prestigious Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in Maryland modeled a hypothetical pandemic on a computer as part of research last October.
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17h Love Island's Jack Fincham announces birth of baby girl
The Independent
'This is undoubtedly the best thing that has ever happened to me,' Fincham writes on Instagram
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18h China coronavirus: UK tests come back negative
BBC
A total of 31 tests have concluded and there are no confirmed cases in Britain, government says.
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18h It’s time to tune in: why listening is the real key to communication
The Guardian
Whether at work or at home, success depends on how good a listener you are When people find out I’m a journalist, they typically tell me they used to write for their school newspaper or that their child wants to be a journalist, or that their cousin is a blogger. Or they might say they loved a film about a newsroom, but can’t remember the name. They might try to look up the film on their phones and, while they are at it, will show me a cat video trending on Twitter. It’s rare that people don’t interrupt and shift conversation to themselves. Bad listeners are not necessarily bad or boorish people. You’re likely to have a dear friend, family member, or maybe a romantic partner who is a bad listener. Perhaps you, yourself, are not the best listener. And you could be forgiven. In many ways, we have been conditioned not to listen.
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23h China coronavirus: Death toll rises as disease spreads
BBC
Fifteen more people have died from the virus in China, as the country celebrates Lunar New Year.
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24h I’m happy for Chloë Sevigny, but the lesson is not that anyone can get pregnant at 45 | Hadley Freeman
The Guardian
Late pregnancies shouldn’t be framed as freakish feats or guaranteed back-up plans, but as stories of chance Lord knows there are precious few stories these days that make one feel anything other than on the verge of striking Munch’s Scream face. But last week, I found one that made me do something I hadn’t done at a newspaper in a while: smile. “
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26h Fitness tips: how to begin with online yoga
The Guardian
Watch the instructor carefully, stay motivated and find a good space for your mat
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How to travel safe during the coronavirus outbreak, according to an expert27h Updated How to travel safe during the coronavirus outbreak, according to an expert
Daily Mail
With the coronavirus that originated in Wuhan, China, now spreading to at least 11 countries, travelers may feel nervous. Former CDC official Dr Robert Amler shared his healthy travel tips.
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24 Jan 9:55pm NHS staff urged to help service tackle climate change
BBC
Staff are encouraged to drive to work less and bring in reusable cups and bottles as part of NHS climate plans.
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US health experts predicted coronavirus could kill 65million people in a year THREE months ago 24 Jan 9:00pm US health experts predicted coronavirus could kill 65million people in a year THREE months ago
Daily Mail
Scientists at the prestigious Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in Maryland modeled a hypothetical pandemic on a computer as part of research last October.
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Fears of Chinese government secrecy over coronavirus facts 24 Jan 8:44pm Fears of Chinese government secrecy over coronavirus facts
Daily Mail
The Chinese government has attempted to be transparent about the new coronavirus outbreak, but citizens are wary, remembering cover-up of the SARS epidemic from 2002 to 2004
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Chinese coronavirus compared to SARS and the common cold 24 Jan 7:58pm Chinese coronavirus compared to SARS and the common cold
Daily Mail
The new coronavirus, which was first identified in Wuhan, China, has not had fatality rates as severe as those of its cousin, SARS - which also broke out in China - but experts say this could change.
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