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Physician Sharon Moalem on the role our sex chromosomes play in immunity and genetic advantage.
Vagueness will not only cause the virus to spread, it will result in unnecessary loneliness and cause social structures to crumble.
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Sophie Allison – the singer-songwriter behind Soccer Mommy – on fame, therapy and looking forward to death.
Igor Levit brings dramatic contrasts to his performance of the preludes and fugues in their entirety, which marked the beginning of his artist residency at the Barbican.
A study of 21st-century pop music by Nate Sloan and Charlie Harding allows readers to ask more of pop by explaining how popular music works, and why it matters.
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In an era of shrinking revenues, musicians have pivoted to writing songs for adverts, blurring the distinction between brand and art.