Rushdie’s books have inspired generations of readers and writers – and a recent attempt to kill him.
In silico clinicial trials have the potential to speed up trials and cut costs.
Understanding the why of procrastination is key to breaking the habit.
Monkeypox is not considered an STI but is spreading among sexual partners. Adding sexual health strategies to the public health response is helpful, but there is a danger of stigmatizing MPXV.
A new biotech partnership could bring the first baby thylacine to life within 10 years. But de-extinction is controversial – should we even be doing this?
Liz Cheney has been a conservative GOP congressional policymaker since 2016. But when she turned against Donald Trump, GOP voters in Wyoming turned against her.
The cap prevents energy retailers from making excessive profits, but places no restrictions on other parts of the supply chain.
Hopes that prices will ease are probably wishful thinking.
Research has shown training cardio and weights on the same did has little effect on strength and muscle gain.
Wellness vapes are marketed as healthy lifestyle supplements, but the claims of their beneficial effects are not supported by evidence.
People who have a strong sense of fairness are less likely to cheat.
The mental health benefits of quiet quitting could make you a better employee and a happier person.
Instigated by multiple governments in South America, Operation Condor resulted in hundreds, potentially thousands, of human rights violations and extrajudicial killings.
The fatwa against Salman Rushdie has political significance beyond the threat to free speech.
Storms and flash floods often follow a heatwave.
Better Call Saul is one of the last examples of prestige television still airing - with its finale, we say goodbye to the golden era of TV.
The public is in favour of educating Protestant and Catholic children together but making it happen is easier said than done.
Britain is suffering through its worst drought since the 1970s.
The move follows recent detections of poliovirus in London’s wastewater.
Is it time to accept the limits to COVID control and invest elsewhere in the health system?