Our intestines work hard, digesting and absorbing nutrients from our food and making them available to the body. It’s a fact that if they were spread out, our intestines would be 400 to 500 square kilometers in area - twice as big as a tennis court.
Since the beginning of the Crimea crisis, a number of OSCE missions have been in Ukraine. According to security expert Wolfgang Richter, they are not just there to check facts, they are also preparing a new politics.
The cultivation of genetically modified corn is being debated throughout the European Union. There are big fears about possible health and environmental dangers. Are the worries warranted or unfounded?
There’s been a sensational cosmological discovery. An American team of astronomers have detected signals that testify to the events that occurred in the instant after the Big Bang.
Poor harvests, high prices for food. The UN warns that West Africa could be facing the prospect of another famine. But it's not all bad news, experts say.
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