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Scientists explain ‘mysterious tracks’ on floor of Belize’s Great Blue Hole

A giant underwater sinkhole located off the coast of Belize has grown in popularity over the years — for its size, deep blue colors and the mysteries that lie hundreds of feet below the ocean surface. The tourist attraction, which has been dubbed the “Great Blue Hole,” is a collapsed cave that measures approximately 984… Read More »

Dr Miriam Stoppard: Tots and elderly are great for each other

Putting nursery-age children ­together with elderly people in care homes began a few years ago. And, slowly, health trusts and care workers are realising the huge benefits of doing so – particularly within social care for the elderly. Now the Health Secretary Matt ­Hancock has said nurseries should be opened next to NHS services for… Read More »

Our team’s fond farewell for a terrific editor and a great guy

Kevin Lomangino Today is Managing Editor Kevin Lomangino’s final day with HealthNewsReview.org, marking the beginning of the end for our project, which comes to a close in December. Besides Publisher Gary Schwitzer, nobody has had a bigger impact on the site than Kevin, who has written or edited thousands of reviews and blog posts since… Read More »