Men are 17% more likely to be diagnosed with cancer than they were 30 years ago.
New research estimates 24% of cancers in men that were detected in 2012 were overdiagnosed, meaning they never would have caused harm if left untreated.
Ketangguhan komunitas terhadap banjir bergantung pada aspek manusia dan sosial masyarakat, dan memerlukan kolaborasi lintas sektoral
Tiny house living seems idyllic, but there are many things to be considered before making the transition.
People are increasingly becoming interested in the tiny house trend, but what type of tiny house would suit your needs?
Berapa banyak yang ia bisa nikmati?
Pariwisata dunia adalah bisnis yang sedang booming, dengan wisatawan mengeluarkan US$1.4 trilyun tiap tahun. Siapakah yang mendapatkan keuntungan dari aliran uang ini?
Withe the impeachment vote passing the House of Representatives, Donald Trump will now face a trial in the Senate.
In the Trump era, one crisis – even one as grave as impeachment – is simply replaced by another. In more tranquil times such crises may spell the end of a presidency – but not so in the age of Trump.
Adegan berburu ini, dilukis 44.000 tahun yang lalu, adalah karya tertua seni representasional di dunia.
Ratno Sardi, Author provided
Pada 44.000 tahun, gambar dari Leang Bulu' Sipong 4 di Maros-Pangkep, Sulawesi Selatan mendahului "Manusia singa" di Jerman yang diklaim berusia 40 ribu tahun.
This hunting scene, painted 44,000 years ago, is the oldest known work of representational art in the world.
A recent cave art discovery in remote Indonesia is changing our understanding of the beginnings of art and the emergence of religious-like thinking in the early human story.
Olafur Eliasson, Denmark, b.1967 Riverbed 2014 (detail) Site specific installation.
Pictured: The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, DenmarkCourtesy of the artist; neugerriemschneider, Berlin; Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York / Los AngelesPhotograph: Iwan Baan.
Water can give and water can take. Without it, however, we are nothing. A new exhibition presents a nuanced and gentle provocation as we grapple with drought and climate change.
The renewables revolution is starting to pay off: our electricity bills are set to fall.
After a decade of rising electricity bills, prices are projected to fall thanks to new renewable generation.
This week’s climate conference in Madrid is key to getting global cooperation on climate change, the impacts of which are already being felt.
Recent bushfires and extreme weather are just a small taste of what is to come if this week's climate negotiations in Madrid fail to deliver.
Working out where Aboriginal remains came from will in take researchers from several disciplines working together.
It's not always easy to work out where Aboriginal remains came from, but science can help.
In many countries including America, computer models are being used to predict how a fire will burn.
The convergence of technologies such as 5G, artificial intelligence and virtual reality may offer hope for the way we manage future bushfire disasters.
A scene from the Books of the Dead (based at the Egyptian Museum) shows the ibis-headed god Thoth recording the result of “the final judgement”.
Wasef et al./PLOS ONE
An estimated 1.75 million ibises were deposited at a single location in ancient Egypt. But the birds disappeared entirely from the region around 1850, and no one knows why.
Conservative Liberal MP Kevin Andrews and One Nation leader Pauline Hanson are leading a parliamentary inquiry into family law.
AAP Image/Mick Tsikas
The consequences of the parental alienation theory can lead to children getting a court order to visit or live with an abusive parent.
The traditional owners have won widespread support for their fight to protect Djab Wurrung Country and their sacred trees.
Djab Wurrung Embassy
Laws in other countries recognise 'rights of nature'. But even trees sacred to Indigenous Australian communities have no special protection.
The atmosphere of Mars is thin and very dry.
NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
The atmosphere of Mars is more than 96% carbon dioxide, but the planet is cold because its atmosphere is extremely thin, very dry and further away from the Sun.
Endless growth is not a sustainable option for fast-growing Australian cities like Melbourne.
The demands on land and resources from our fast-growing cities are unsustainable, as are the wastes they produce. Yet still our leaders act as if unlimited growth is possible.
Reserve Bank governor Philip Lowe (right) says he needs government help to boost the economy. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg is yet to provide it.
Every one of the 13 economists surveyed by The Conversation thinks more stimulus is needed. None think it should all come from the Reserve Bank. Most think the budget surplus can wait.
Birth centres are a good option for women with low-risk pregnancies, but availability is limited.
Compared to women who give birth in a birth centre, those who give birth in hospitals are much more likely to have interventions – from epidurals, to labour augmentation and caesarean deliveries.
The school run for private school students is typically much longer than for government school students.
An analysis of trips to school has found the extra time and distance private secondary school students travel is a significant contributor to morning peak-hour congestion.