The most thoughtful gifts can also be the most sustainable, and last long after Christmas has ended.
The Santa myth tells us more about adults than children.
If you're craving that freshly-cut tree smell, shop early and don't be too choosy.
People are more likely to disclose information that they’re usually careful about concealing when they’re more awake and alert.
In the #MeToo era, who better than People magazine's 'Sexiest Man Alive' 2019 to remind us that consent is sexy by rewriting outdated lyrics?
Figuring out how much to spend on gifts can be stressful.
With the surprise meticulously planned, all eyes – and lenses – turn to the kids. All they have to do is react as expected: overjoyed. So why don't they?
Studies show the presence of natural living things in homes improve wellbeing. So why not have your own version of a Christmas tree all year round?
Whether plastic or natural, Christmas trees are generally bad for the environment. However, a new chemical process could recycle dead trees into all kinds of useful products.
What to do with those Christmas dinner leftovers.
Christmas annuals are still found countless trees but how did they become some popular in the first place?
Follow these food safety tips to keep everyone happy and healthy this festive season.
The biblical story of Jesus's birth is an inherently political story – something that makes many Christians uncomfortable.
A hospital's trauma unit witnesses the extreme of physical injury and pain during the holiday season. Here's a snapshot of what we see.
Thousands of young carers are supporting family members unrecognised and wary of asking for help.
In the UK the equivalent of four million Christmas dinners are wasted every year.
Our obsession with busyness is about managing relationships – not just time.
Not giving offence is what Christmas is all about.
Vegeterian and vegan food is often marketed as close enough to meat that you can hardly tell the difference. This devotion to mimicking meat stifles creative alternatives to Christmas dinner.
The three astronauts read from the Bible as part of their message from the Moon. Then on return one declared: "Please be informed there is a Santa Claus."