A new paper suggests that plant- and fish-based diets lessen the chance of developing severe symptoms – but hold off from becoming vegetarian or pescatarian for now.
Much of the money that pays for the competition is spent to build global brands.
The first drug targeting Alzheimer's disease has been approved in 20 years – but its approval isn't based on substantial evidence.
Even though the media exposed the negligence that led to so many elderly deaths, it continues to portray old people as faceless and voiceless, contributing to the insidious spread of ageism.
We used computer models to study the evolutionary benefits of identity fusion.
Eighty years after Churchill and Roosevelt established the Atlantic Charter, Biden and Johnson have pressed the 'reset' button.
Scientists have discovered that SARS-CoV-2 can evade neutralising antibodies by fusing cells.
A different interpretation of time might explain why people see their whole lives replayed to them in a split second.
Rhetoric is hardening, but government policies still honour the special relationship with fossil fuels.
Accounts of previous epidemics – by Samuel Pepys, Daniel Defoe and Katherine Porter – warn of mistakes that we risk repeating.
The film is similar to other plastics, but it can be composted at home.
Many scientists believe attention is the key to tackling fake news – and that a form of 'priming' can help.
Ahead of June 18 presidential elections, a new survey found that only around a quarter of Iranians plan to vote.
Countries that industrialised early will still have a massive 'carbon debt' to repay.
Hiking has seen a sharp increase in popularity since the start of the pandemic.
How do you turn your 3D plastic printer into a food printer? You just print the required parts.
The images projected to fans of the sport have always been intentional. Here's what they do to keep people onside.
A post-lesson diary is a promising teaching tool which helps students reflect on language connections and replay their learning steps.
To protect natural ecosystems we will need a system that actually counteracts market forces.
It has consequences for everything from voting rights at the IMF to international borrowing costs.