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(F)actually healthy: How myths complicate the fight against HIV

(F)actually healthy: How myths complicate the fight against HIV

Misinformation and half-knowledge about the virus still result in thousands of preventable HIV infections. The (f)actually segment gets to the bottom of some common myths surrounding the subject.

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Does it make sense to switch to heat pumps in older buildings?

Does it make sense to switch to heat pumps in older buildings?

In light of the energy crisis, demand for heat pumps is on the rise — even for older buildings. Here's a breakdown of whether it makes sense to switch and why proper consultation beforehand is key.

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Starlings and their fascinating flight formations

Starlings and their fascinating flight formations

These birds form incredible, moving shapes in the sky that researchers believe serve a key purpose: safety. These so-called murmurations are also a treat for observers and photographers.

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Testosterone - what it is and how it affects health

Testosterone - what it is and how it affects health

Testosterone is the primary sex hormone in males and plays a key role in reproduction, growth, and maintenance of a healthy body. But what happens when T-levels drop? And how can you prevent that happening? DW's Derrick Williams is 'asking for a friend'.

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Methane: What's the big deal?

Methane: What's the big deal?

Methane leaking from pipelines on the floor of the Baltic Sea are only the tip of the iceberg: Scientists have reported that methane emissions from the oil and gas industry are far worse than previously thought.

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Water scarcity triggers fierce competition — also in Germany

Water scarcity triggers fierce competition — also in Germany

Climate change threatens to dry up the planet and the global water crisis sees the competition for water becoming ever more fierce. Conflicts over the scarce commodity are increasing everywhere. Even in Germany.

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