National Geographic
National Geographic 16 Nov 2020

How Bats Can Transmit Viruses


When it comes to viruses jumping from animals to humans, bats hold a unique place in the transmission chain. Christopher Golden and James Longman investigate an abandoned mine for signs of poaching or viruses impacting the bat population.

The Steelers' pressure on Baker Mayfield may be the deciding factor in their Wild Card game. Chris Simms hits the white board to look at how Cleveland can slow down Pittsburgh's pass rush.
Tim Howard and Robbie Mustoe assess where Arsenal stand in the midst of a strong run of form and how they can translate it into long-term results.
Happy New Year! We are all turning the page, saying goodbye to 2020 and saying hello to 2021. The year saw many lives lost to the pandemic, financial stress as many Americans were out of work and loved ones kept apart as a result of social distancing. We're all looking forward to a better 2021 with hope vaccines can be put an end to Covid-19 and life can return to normal. Tom Kersting, licensed psychotherapist and author of "Disconnected," gives advice on New Year's resolutions, what to avoid and how to make this year a better one.

The SpaceX launch was a historic time for NASA, ending its almost decade long drought. Some say it is pushing a new era of commercial space flight. We revisit our interview with Astrophysicist, tv host and director of New York's Hayden Planetarium, Neil deGrasse Tyson to and his reaction to the SpaceX launch, what the future of space tourism could look like, and if there really are aliens out there.

Plus, commentary by FOX News Contributor Liz Peek.
A spotlight on ways parents can create a joyous holiday season for their children during the pandemic.

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