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I was alive when humans first landed in the Moon, but unaware. I was still at the “confused by own reflection” stage of existence, sometimes I still am, but more due to the shock of my aged face than fear of who it is that lies behind the glass. Robin Ince reflects on the moon landing on this 50th anniversary.Read More
Somewhere later in the Victorian period, where the pioneering notion of public health was overshadowed by the germs we discovered inside us, epidemiology started to lose its grand public remit. Tania Browne argues for embracing further complexity.Read More
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