History of the Anti-Vax Movement

History of the Anti-Vax Movement

The anti-vax movement has existed for as long as vaccines have. Vaccine sceptics exist across the globe; critiquing vaccine science and promoting not using them. It should be noted the group doesn’t include people who are exempt from vaccines for medical reasons. Vaccines trace their origins back to ancient China...

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Walk for Parkinson’s – Kensington Gardens

Walk for Parkinson’s – Kensington Gardens

Event Details:  Date: 22 August 2021 Time: Start 10:00 Location:  Kensington Gardens from the Physical Energy Statue About the event Join us for a Walk for Parkinson’s in the picturesque Kensington Gardens and help raise vital funds for people affected by Parkinson’s. Enjoy a beautiful summery August Sunday and take...

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A History of the Anti-Vax Movement

The anti-vax movement has existed for as long as vaccines have. Vaccine sceptics exist across the globe; critiquing vaccine science and promoting not using them. It should be noted the group doesn’t include people who are exempt from vaccines for medical reasons. Vaccines trace their origins back to ancient China...

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Where can I get vaccinated?

Where can I get vaccinated?

You can now go to several pharmacies to get your Coronavirus vaccination. These are the Medicine Chest, Bramley Chemist, Golborne Pharmacy and Bayswater Pharmacy. Find out how to book and what vaccine is available. You can also get vaccinated at the Science Museum, which is open 9am to 7pm, you can book...

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£3 toll could be introduced on Hammersmith Bridge

£3 toll could be introduced on Hammersmith Bridge

Motorists could be charged £3 to cross Hammersmith Bridge in order to pay for its repair. The 134-year-old cast-iron bridge was closed to all users in August 2020 after cracks in its structure worsened during a heat wave. Hammersmith and Fulham Council have now suggested a toll should be introduced...

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Michelangelo’s fingerprint possibly found on 500-year-old statue

Michelangelo’s fingerprint possibly found on 500-year-old statue

A fingerprint that likely belonged to world renowned artist and Renaissance man, Michelangelo, has just been discovered on a wax statue he built approximately 500 years ago. Art historians and researchers at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum believe Michelangelo may have pressed his thumb into it, leaving behind a mark. ...

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Coffee & liver health

Coffee & liver health

All kinds of coffee could lower the risk of chronic liver disease, fatty liver disease, liver cancer, and deaths from chronic liver disease. That’s according to a large new study from researchers at the Universities of Southampton and Edinburgh in the United Kingdom, published in the journal BMC Public Health. ...

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Scientists uncover the earliest samples of bubonic plague in human history

Scientists uncover the earliest samples of bubonic plague in human history

The earliest known strain of the bubonic plague has been discovered in the body of a man buried in Latvia approximately 5,000 years ago. Research since the discovery has concluded that this strain materialized around 7,100 years ago and was not nearly as destructive as many of the other strains...

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Soho Music Month: Free music and culture festival July 2021

Soho Music Month: Free music and culture festival July 2021

Neighbouring central London districts Carnaby and Soho unite with a free month-long celebration throughout July. A series of activations will include talks, exhibitions, music history tours and a one day record market on 18th July with Independent Label Market who will curate an incredible line-up of emerging record labels Exhibitions,...

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