In the latest episode of our health and science podcast, we learn why seahorses need a big dance floor, how jealousy in our friendships helps keep society together, why drinking water might hold the key to lowering the suicide rate, some vitamin news, why the stockmarket thrives while the real world does not, and we meet the Australian scientists who are developing an insurance policy in case a COVID-19 vaccine is slow in coming.
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Senate passes media bargaining code amid concerns over diversity
Alan Kohler: Australia’s solar tsunami to trigger coal collapse
Brisbane announced as preferred host for 2032 Summer Olympic Games
Parliament faces sexism reckoning, as police investigations and more reviews loom
‘My gut dropped’: Job seekers confused and angry about being left in poverty
Vote: Australia’s best travel destinations have been revealed, but do you agree?
Michael Pascoe: Josh Frydenberg sure got Zucker punched in this tech-giant fist fight
Why Australia’s media code is great for news giants, but not democracy
Diversity hit between the eyes as old media pockets about 90 per cent of big tech cash
Facebook will be a harder nut to crack than Google in media payment fight
Countries with higher unemployment benefits have lower jobless rates, study finds
‘Extremely unfortunate’: ACCC pushes merger crackdown as businesses manipulate laws
‘Operation Forth Bridge’: The secret plan for when Prince Philip dies
Ketone bodies could help fight heart disease, but the keto diet isn’t recommended
‘Tasmanian tiger’ footage not of a thylacine but a pademelon, experts say
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