Some studies have suggested that brown bears roamed in the wild in Britain around 1,500 years ago There is wide debate over when and where they lived We know some brown bears were brought over by the Romans for fighting or displays Some experts think native brown bear populations began to dwindle after the Ice Age They are still thought to have been around for the Stone Age and Iron Age Brown bears are officially thought to have gone extinct in Britain during the medieval period They feature in a lot of medieval carvings and were known to be kept in the Tower of London However, they were still imported after the medieval period and in the 20th century their fat was sometimes sold as a remedy for hair loss … [Read more...] about Huge 600kg brown bears could be brought back to British forests after going extinct in Middle Ages
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Christian Drosten, the head of virology at Berlin's Charite hospital, says the tests could also ease the supply of medical equipment, because doctors who are immune would need less protective gear. 'These tests are the only practical way to get things back to normal,' he told an NDR podcast recently. … [Read more...] about As Germany’s coronavirus outbreak appears to peak at fewer than 1,500 deaths – why HAS it performed so much better than most of Europe?
Coronavirus: Scientists brand 5G claims 'complete rubbish' Tech firms summoned over 'crackpot' 5G conspiracies Mast fire probe amid 5G coronavirus claims In this case, YouTube is allowing the interview's host to keep earnings generated via the Super Chats tool while the video was still online. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: YouTube tightens rules after David Icke 5G interview
Another team of doctors led by Lei Liu, from Shenzhen Third People’s hospital, gave convalescent plasma to five critically ill patients. All showed improved symptoms after the infusions and within 10 days, three patients were able to come off the ventilators that had been keeping them alive, according to a preliminary report in the Journal of the American Medical Association. … [Read more...] about Plasma from coronavirus survivors found to help severely ill patients
Estelle hails the antibacterial and antimicrobial properties of D3, otherwise known as the 'sunshine vitamin'. Darker skin tones have more difficulty obtaining the benefits of vitamin D but slow-release adhesive skin patches provide 12 hours of continuous D3 supplementation, delivered directly into the bloodstream. … [Read more...] about ‘I refuse to believe I lost her because someone ate a bat’: SNL star Michael Che is criticized by Amy Schumer for blaming Chinese diet and 5G for his grandmother’s death from coronavirus