A number of factors – from initial difficulties to common misconceptions – mean that many women abandon breastfeeding in frustration. But a new study shows success with a new kind of support.
Would £184 million make you any happier?
Subtitles need to be read quickly and dubbing needs to match lips. It’s not an easy feat.
Ivermectin has been a lifesaving drug for people with parasitic infections like river blindness and strongyloidiasis. But taking it for COVID-19 may result in the opposite effect.
The revelation that a Superman is bisexual is a big deal in terms of Superhero comics, and it hasn’t gone down well with everyone.
More ambitious plans for making the UK’s homes energy efficient could create 22,545 new full-time jobs.
Voluntary modifications to behaviour – such as mask wearing when it’s not mandatory – are probably helping to keep the virus in check.
Escaping slavery did not result in unconditional freedom.
There is immense interest in understanding whether potentially protective SARS-CoV-2 antibodies are provided to the baby via breast milk. This is what we know so far.
The problem of increasing plastic waste has been exacerbated by the pandemic, requiring better regulation and monitoring to solve.
Researchers asked aid workers how to best prepare for the climate emergency in places where its effects are most severe.
For the first time ever, astronomers have astrophysical evidence that Jupiter and many other planets will survive the death of the Sun.
Streaming platforms have introduced to thousands of hyper-specific categories and genres that shape our tastes.
Vacancy rates in the care worker sector have now risen above pre-pandemic levels.
As the popularity of Squid Game continues to grow globally, there have been debates over the quality of the English subtitle translation - but critics are missing important context.
People feel less embarassed asking a robot for help, than a human.
Truth is sometimes stranger than fiction when it comes to the magicians of the Victorian era.
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Removing carbon from the atmosphere is as much a social problem as a technical one.
The thoughts are often distressing and punitive. Strikingly, these concerns vaporise in the daylight, proving that the 3am thinking was completely irrational and unproductive. But why?