New art installation highlights risk of air pollution in the capital

New art installation highlights risk of air pollution in the capital

E.ON, the utility giant that provides energy to 4.3 million British homes, on the 19th September unveiled an art installation designed to raise awareness of the prevalence and dangers of air pollution in the capital. The 16ft installation, which is on the banks of the Thames near Tower Bridge, entitled ‘LUNGS’...

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October Sky: A retrospective 30 years on

October Sky: A retrospective 30 years on

A dying genre in Hollywood is the middle budget, middlebrow fare which once dominated cinema screens. Disney, which with a voracious appetite is swallowing up the rest of the movie industry, released just 11 films in 2018, all of them massive budget and mass market affairs. Easily watchable films with...

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New HIV diagnoses fall by a third in the UK

New HIV diagnoses fall by a third in the UK

Annual HIV data from Public Health England shows new diagnoses at their lowest level since 2000.  New diagnoses fell from 6,271 in 2015 to 4,484 in 2018. Diagnoses significantly declined in gay, bisexual and heterosexual populations between 2015-18.  This continued decline is primarily due to easier HIV testing, condom provision...

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