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#283 | Pancakes cause more burns; Squalene takes synthetic turns; A tsetse fly, for pheronomes yearns
Hello, and welcome back to The Kable for a Thursday roundup of all the news you need to know.
In the UK, finally, a ray of light amid the various strikes by healthcare workers. The government is opening talks with the nurses' association, and nurses have paused their strikes for now. Junior doctors and ambulance workers have not announced any pause yet.
Also, in the UK, pancake-making seems to be an incendiary activity, with searches for advice relating to burns almost doubling on Pancake Day on the NHS website.
Just yesterday, we talked about rationing as the future of food. In the UK, it is already a reality, with grocers saying you can only buy so much of certain vegetables. France is taking it up another level, proposing water rations as it contends with its driest winter in over 6 decades.