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Hapless Roman soldier labelled a ‘s****er’ in ancient phallic graffiti

Specialists in Roman epigraphy recognise engraving as mangled version of ‘Secundinus cacator’

First human genome from Pompeii sequenced

The remains belonged to a man who was aged between 35 and 40 years at the time of the eruption that wiped out Pompeii.

‘Stress in pregnant women during the pandemic may impact babies’ brains’

Researchers found mothers who were pregnant during the pandemic reported stress and depression more.

Archaeologists find ‘mind-blowing’ network of lost cities hidden in Amazon

Findings ‘can significantly contribute’ to perspectives on conservation of the Amazon, say scientists

Seven habits linked to lower risk of dementia in those with genetic risk – study

Some of the factors that may play a role in reducing the risk are not smoking and maintaining a healthy blood pressure.

New missing people posters will be 3D – but no longer include the word ‘missing’

After a decade of the old format, perhaps the most noticeable difference is the new wording

Missing People posters transformed through science and technology

After a decade of the old format, perhaps the most noticeable difference is the absence of the word ‘MISSING’.

What Is Delta-8 THC And Why Are States Banning It?

Experts share what you need to know about this psychoactive compound and how it differs from the weed we know.

News Leak: Dolphins Recognize Each Other By Tasting One Another’s Urine

“Usually, dolphins get bored with my experiments. We were tapping into something that is part of the dolphins’ world.” marine biologist Jason Bruck said.

Monkeypox Likely Spread By Sex At 2 Raves In Europe, Expert Says

This is the leading theory to explain the spread of the disease at raves held in Spain and Belgium, a leading adviser to the World Health Organization said.

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