Anti-vaccinators today echo 200-year-old debates.
We need to recapture the humanity of the NHS and make doctors feel more than grinding cogs in a brutal machine.
The world’s millions of indigenous people play a critical role in conserving biodiversity.
There are no criminal provisions around slavery in 49% of world nations, groundbreaking new legal research finds.
The British prime minister is fond of a common form of political rhetoric especially loved by the Romans: the promise of a 'new age'.
Literature of the past can help us to make the cultural shift that's necessary to address climate change.
Whether you like or hate them, the way transport operates in cities needs to change.
How two ambitious men put their own interests ahead of the great writer and his family in an act of institutionally-sanctioned bodysnatching.
Our climate is changing – and so must architecture.
Dinosaurs are malleable beasts: so much so that their constant reshaping has often been driven by cultural and political trends.
Although China's tree-planting efforts have increased carbon sequestration for climate mitigation and protected the soil from erosion, they have also led to drastic water shortages.
New research has identified the main triggers of this psychological phenomenon, the contexts in which it happens and the types of fears involved in it.
Psychedelic drugs are creating waves as evidence mounts of their therapeutic potential. New research also suggests they might mitigate the climate crisis by unlocking a lost connection to nature.
We need to tackle individualism to tackle climate change.
The ecological costs of huge, repetitive, high-severity wildfires on ecosystems could be colossal.
Ireland's new abortion law is a progressive one. But the resulting abortion service erects serious barriers for some people seeking abortions in Ireland.
I know first-hand the need for a rehabilitative rather than punitive system.
Scores of jobs could be affected by the fourth industrial revolution – and not enough is being done to guard against this.
Those who are leaving the platform represent a small, but by no means insignificant, counter current to the norm.
Charlie Hebdo's often biting and dark humour frequently troubles people in France, and many reactions to the attack in France were not in keeping with the values of the publication.