Numbers didn’t fall in the summer, so what will they do in the fall?

Published: 8/28/2022 3:08:03 PM Modified: 8/28/2022 3:07:50 PM We’ve just about made it through a third pandemic summer and the question on everybody’s mind – at least, those who aren’t…

For tasks ranging from solving word puzzles to throwing darts, better performers didn’t give better advice — they just gave more of it — ScienceDaily

New research finds that people given advice by top performers thought that it helped them more, even though it usually didn’t. When you want advice to achieve something, whom would…

When Africans asked for COVID shots, they didn’t get them. Now they don’t want them

Demand for COVID shots drops in Africa as supply rises Countries turn to mobile campaigns to boost uptake Africa, average age 20, has fared better in pandemic Experts warn new…

I didn’t break Covid rules when kissing aide, says Matt Hancock | Coronavirus

Matt Hancock has insisted that he broke only Covid guidelines rather than rules in kissing his aide and friend in his ministerial office, events that forced his resignation as UK…

I didn’t take Covid seriously, admits leading statistician | Science

Statistician and Observer columnist Sir David Spiegelhalter has admitted he was “overly optimistic” at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. The 68-year-old Cambridge University scientist has confessed he “didn’t take…