The study's lead author said: "Finally we’ve done it."
The hit to the economy would be in the trillions.
The “four horsemen” of the climate endgame are: Famine and malnutrition, extreme weather, conflict, and vector-borne diseases.
Humans are now known to have been present in Britain 840,000 - 950,000 years ago.
"The healthy human brain can reach temperatures that would be diagnosed as fever anywhere else in the body."
People who walked more quickly had more of the DNA that reduces aging.
Scientists found the amount of grey matter, or neurons, quickly increases from mid-gestation - peaking just before we are six. It then begins to reduce.
Researchers say now is the time to grow food in a better way.
With a melt area of over 600,000 miles, it's the single major contributor to global sea-level rise.
By Stephen Beech via SWNS A "dramatic" fall in hospital admissions for childhood infections - including flu, measles and bronchitis - of up to 94 percent...