Researchers from the University of Toronto found that children who grow up with a dog have healthier guts and are less likely to develop Crohn’s disease – a common inflammatory bowel disease. University of Cambridge-led researchers uncovered evidence of the eggs of parasitic worms in humans living at Durrington Walls, a Neolithic settlement dating back to around 2,500 BC. By the year 2099, temperatures will have taken away somewhere between 50 to 58 hours of sleep per person per year – under 10 minutes per night, report experts at the University of Copenhagen. An energy firm suggests rat culls on Sark to offset disturbance by an English wind farm to seabirds. The group hopes to put pressure on Cornwall Councillors to increase efforts on climate change.
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