• Editorials Can psychedelics unlock depression?
    Psychedelics may well be the key in the fight against mental health issues infecting our minds such as depression. Drugs like magic mushrooms, psilocybin, and DMT have been researched and studied for years and the results appear conclusive across many major studies. These substances have a substantial effect on conditions like anxiety and depression. If […]
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  • Editorials Should the world ban wet markets?
    For many of us, Coronavirus opened our eyes to the world of wet markets. In the aftermath of the pandemic, a lot of people are looking at these marketplaces and wondering whether they should be banned to prevent future virus outbreaks. Before you can consider the idea of a global ban on wet markets, it […]
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  • Environment The impact of undocumented fishing
    The marine habitat is without a doubt one of the most heavily impacted ecosystems when it comes to invasive operations. One of the most harmful actions on these precious biological communities is undocumented fishing. In July, numerous Chinese trawlers were stopped in the waters of Pakistan due to a suspicion that they were illegally fishing […]
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  • News Myanmar: seven-year-old Khin Myo Chit shot dead
    On Tuesday in Myanmar’s second-largest city Mandalay, seven-year-old Khin Myo Chit was shot and killed by the military, who staged a coup to overthrow the country’s elected government in February. Khin’s family told Sky News how the military junta broke down the doors to their house and began shooting inside. U Maung Ko Hashin Bai, […]
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  • News Matt Hancock broke law over Covid contracts
    A high court judge has found that Health Secretary Matt Hancock acted unlawfully by failing to reveal details of contracts his department has signed during the course of the pandemic. Public contract details, once signed, should be published within 30 days. The judge said that Mr Hancock had “breached his legal obligation” to government transparency. […]
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  • Editorials It’s Time to Talk About Horse Racing
    Only weeks after the infamous ‘Ladies Day’, the buzz and publicity horse racing encourages is still at a high. The seemingly innocent sport can be easily seen as both fun for the horse, jockey and spectators. However, the sinister realities horse racing couples itself with are becoming more and more evident to the general public, […]
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