This mind-robbing disease has a huge impact on society and the economy, so scientists are working hard to find ways to treat or prevent it.
With the release of Fast X, the latest in the Fast & Furious franchise, on May 19 2023, it’s time to debunk the myth of the exploding car.
Single people are increasingly turning online to find love, with more than 300 million people world wide trying their luck on dating apps
Through smartphones or other internet-enabled devices, people can gamble online anywhere, at any time.
But how do we smell? What makes perfume appealing? And why does it smell differently on different people?
The drama series may have been occasionally peppered with stereotypes, but at least they centred on migrant stories.
African Apostle, Ezekiel Guti, the founder of the Zimbabwe Assemblies of God Africa (ZAOGA), turns 100 years old today.
By 2050, eight in 10 people will live in urban areas, significantly increasing the demands on basic infrastructure development.
Body lotions, mothballs, cleaning fluids and other widely used products contain known toxic chemicals. Read the study here
Can vapes actually help significant numbers of people quit smoking? The evidence suggests it’s unlikely.
Tech-triggers are pervasive, yet seemingly innocuous because we’ve learned to click them away or compartmentalize their effects.
Have you ever noticed a funky smell in your freezer? Where does it come from and what can be done to fix the problem?
There are many reasons why a caesarean may be performed. Here’s what to expect if you should need or choose to have a caesarean section.
Record-breaking heatwaves in April 2022 put 90% of people in India at increased risk of going hungry, losing income or premature death.
While self-service technologies have the potential to improve efficiency these technologies raise complex economic and political questions.
Spending time alone can induce fear in a lot of people, which is understandable. Here’s why spending time on your own can be good for you
Lager continues to dominate global sales, with more than 150 billion litres consumed around the world every year.
Sometimes we want to remember something that we know we’ve learned but are not able to recall it.
Anxiety rates have been rising in recent years among children and young people, with the situation partially exacerbated by the pandemic.
‘Dead hangs’ where one hangs loosely from a bar , usually with feet off the floor. But what does the science say?
Across the globe, many recent severe wildfires have moved from wildlands into the urban periphery (the “wildland urban interface”).
A fifth new suspect arrested and appears in court on Thursday in connection of Thabo Bester’s escape from jail.
The European Commission president proposed an extra 100 million euros of support for EU farmers to ease a standoff over Ukrainian grain.
Most people think that empathy, the ability to put yourself in another person’s shoes is fixed, but it’s not
Opening arguments begin Tuesday in a major defamation trial against Fox News that tests the extent of free speech rights for media in America