Still getting a negative RAT after a COVID exposure and days of symptoms? It might be time to consider a PCR.
A Canadian peer support program for early childhood educators is helping staff feel valued and avoid burnout.
Men could be doing more around the house. And it’s affecting relationships in ways no-one has explored, until now.
At least six people have been killed in an attack at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia. It happened amid a surge of mass shootings in the US.
With a good diet and rest, we can all reduce our risk of dementia.
The government is currently examining refugee settlement and integration strategies – our research suggests encouraging entrepreneurship would make a tangible difference.
Seeing an animal in distress after disaster makes us want to help. But feeding them doesn’t always make the situation better.
Our relationship with money is complex – but when it comes time to indulge or resist the sales, a few tricks can help your spending.
Zampatti Powerhouse at the Powerhouse Museum is one of the best-looking fashion exhibition designs Australia has seen.
A psychological mechanism called ‘motivated reasoning’ helps us justify the ethical burden away.
Yes, the Republicans had a poor showing at the midterms and Trump’s 2024 announcement has had a muted reception. But there is still plenty of support for the former president and his MAGA movement.
But on the positive side, support for multiculturalism and ethnic diversity continues to grow and is likely to be a valuable asset to our social cohesion in future.
The AI leans on a particular tactic for its success. If you knew what it was, beating it would get drastically easier.
Mala, a Polish Orthodox Jewish woman, escaped the Warsaw ghetto early in the second world war and survived by passing as a Catholic. A new book tells her story.
Student loans offer access to higher education, but should low performing students face restrictions on borrowing? Our research suggests not.
Radical change at Twitter shows how quickly strategies and values can shift in Big Tech. New Zealand needs to be less reliant on overseas solutions for its own digital infrastructure plans.
The post hoc fallacy is one of the most common errors in thinking we are susceptible to when trying to make sense of events.
Inbreeding usually leads to an accumulation of genetic defects, but evolution on a small archipelago may have helped the severely inbred Chatham Island black robin to avoid this fate.
Chokepoint Capitalism is a dark portrait of a cultural system where monopolies and monopsonies predominate to the detriment of artists.
80 years after its release, we return to Casablanca and remember its potent mix of romance, thrills and cynicism