Hydrogen cars were heralded as an avenue towards universal green motoring, but progress has stalled in recent years.
Walking backwards burns more calories and has many other health benefits.
Support for Brazil’s football team may be breaking down political division in the country, at least for now.
A new study of people in England sought to understand what factors make people more or less susceptible to developing long COVID.
It started with the deaths of ten people in a locked-down apartment, but is not a widespread demonstration of unrest across CHina.
What you actually need to know about attachment styles.
Orbán’s nationalist gesture at a recent football match raises important questions – and tensions.
New statistical analysis shows that ethnicity, migration background and discrimination increase a person’s risk of homelessness.
Charles Michel, president of the European Council, will meet the Chinese leader at a time of tension over European and US relations with Beijing.
For one, washing your hands is unlikely to prevent COVID spread.
Accessibility can be a major barrier between people with disabilities and their favourite games.
Making workplaces more welcoming is becoming more important as applying for a gender recognition certification becomes easier.
The upcoming trial of publisher Jimmy Lai is seen as a symbol of the erosion of freedom of speech in Hong Kong.
The COVID-19 virus found its way into every area of our lives.
Poor staffing means poor care, and poor care costs taxpayers more.
Young people are angry at COVID restrictions, but also poor job prospects and China’s heavy-handed suppression of free speech.
With sexism embedded into today’s social media landscape, it’s easy to ignore that conversations about equality can benefit both men and women.
What’s really causing food prices to rise?
When the rot sets in, past governments have found it hard to win back the public.
Nobody wants a case of COVID or flu as a take-home gift from their office Christmas party.