Hearing someone’s voice can decrease feelings of loneliness and anxiety
An expert in Dante and Schiaparelli explains how the fashion house’s new show transforms celebrities into the ‘new beasts’ of the Inferno.
Power Slap, a brutal fight sport, sees contestants slap each other so hard they are at times knocked unconscious.
Younger people are spending more on experiences, and cutting back on alcohol.
Batteries could well be powering short-haul flights in the near future.
Providing appropriate care for both cisgender women and trans and nonbinary people need not be mutually exclusive.
Close relatives of primates adapted to life in the High Arctic 52 million years ago – this may offer insight into future changes in the Arctic.
Despite their sharp-looking pincers, earwigs have a reputation for being tender parents.
The prime minister’s pledge to bring integrity to public office could become a stick to beat him with – just like ‘back to basics’ became for John Major.
Organised crime gangs appear to have realised that committing fewer murders enables them to fly under the radar more easily.
Impacted earwax that blocks the ear canal is a major reason for GP consultations.
Both Donald Trump and Joe Biden have been found with classified documents in breach of US law. But there are key differences in each case.
Feeling tired and groggy in the morning may well lead you to crave a coffee boost. But is it a gift or just a loan in terms of energy?
An alternate timeline that ends with a Nobel prize for Exxon’s CEO.
There’s much excitement among bitcoiners right now – but are they about to be disappointed?
There have been concerns that lunar new year may cause the current wave of COVID infections in China to spread much further and faster. But the worst has likely passed.
Seventy five years after his killing, Gandhi’s image is under scrutiny, but the Indian government likes to use it for political gain.
Ageism is pervasive and these women are still exceptions in society.
Antidepressants may take away some of the pain of depression but that can also sap away people’s enjoyment of life.