Social media firms in Europe are well on the way to a thousand cuts.
New research shows that increasing exposure to foreign accents makes it easier to process - and that can reduce bias which is not based on negative perceptions or prejudice.
Problem binge-watching is associated with anxiety and depression.
Get Back shines a light on the love that still existed between the Fab Four.
Global floods in 2021 showed the danger of poor emergency preparedness - and the importance of planning ahead.
Stress is one of the main contributing factors.
Half a million British people need to be given a COVID vaccine each day between now and the end of January 2022.
Care workers, care recipients, think tanks and parliament itself agree that social care reform is urgently needed. But this plan’s lack of detail and insufficient funding suggest that it a ways off.
Women’s sport has made leaps and bounds but there is still a lot of work to be done.
Over numerous letters, Dr Phoebe Rumsey found a great man who understood the pain and joy of “Being Alive”.
How we should manage uncertainty is not a scientific issue but an ethical issue.
Macron and Johnson both have something to gain by talking tough but the reality on the ground is far more collaborative.
A century ago, early British nudists had to fight for the right to publish naked photos – the similarities with social media today are striking.
Most of what we know about planets outside our Solar System relates to gas-giant planets. A new study has identified and characterised a smaller exoplanet.
We won’t know whether Omicron evades COVID vaccines for another few weeks. Here’s why.
Warming seas are harming albatross couples’ resilience, leading to higher rates of separation in the seabirds.
Surveying by the Office for National Statistics shows Brits are increasingly pessimistic about things returning to how they were before.
A new study finds more than one early human species lived on the landscape in Northern Tanzania 3.66 million years ago. But there are reasons to be cautious about the findings.
Workers, not objects, make up most of the capital at risk from climate change.
The fan-led review into the English leagues could be a game changer.