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What is COP26? Here’s how global climate negotiations work and what’s expected from the Glasgow summit

U.N. climate summits bring together representatives of almost every country. UNFCCC Shelley Inglis, University of Dayton Leer en español Over two weeks in November, world leaders and national negotiators will meet in Scotland to discuss what to do about climate change. It’s a complex process that can be hard to make sense of from the outside, but it’s how international …

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How to help kids with ‘long COVID’ thrive in school

Many long COVID-19 symptoms – such as fatigue, brain fog and memory impairment – are similar to those experienced post-concussion. Cavan Images/Cavan Collection via Getty Images Susan Davies, University of Dayton and Julie Walsh-Messinger, University of Dayton Children who get COVID-19 typically recover quickly and will not require special support upon return to school. However, some people who contract the …

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COVID: why working from home leaves the lowest paid at more risk of infection

Taking orders. Shutterstock/PattyPhoto Helen Collins, Liverpool John Moores University; Patricia Jolliffe, Liverpool John Moores University, and Susan Helen Barry, Liverpool John Moores University The latest directive from the UK government that people should work from home has led to concerns about the impact on businesses in the run up to Christmas. But it is also likely to have a devastating …

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