The morning after the night before: the science.
Why we feel homesick and what we can do about it.
COVID-19 has triggered feelings of doubt, panic, and despair across the globe; but for the 1-2% of the UK with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), the present circumstances are especially unsettling.
Ella Spittall explains how an area of the brain can cause infamous teenage mood swings.
“What do you have to lose? Take it.” Or, perhaps Donald, take it back. Your people have much to lose. And here’s why. Hydroxychloroquine is a proven anti-arthritic, anti-lupus and antimalarial drug. Recently, it has […]
Astronomers have identified a new “mini moon” which is currently orbiting the Earth, and may have been doing so for a while now without any of us realising. The mysterious mass was first identified on […]
Starlink is Elon Musk’s latest venture. It is a part of SpaceX and aims to create a megaconstellation of broadband internet satellites that will globally provide users with high-speed internet. Sounds great, right? Let me […]
New data reveals that moulting is one of the main reasons whales migrate to warmer waters. Sounds like they’ve cracked the code for the ultimate ocean skin care routine. Whales can be split into two […]
In the wake of the unprecedented coronavirus pandemic, we have witnessed communities and nations come together in unexpected ways, based on the knowledge that collaboration is vital – and uplifting – in times of unease. […]
Increasing awareness of environmental issues in recent years has meant that many of us have made changes to our lifestyles, whether that’s buying a reusable water bottle, shopping second-hand or eating less meat. However, we […]
Amphibians come in a wide range of colours, from the startling fire salamander to the many brilliant shades of dart frog, but scientists at St. Cloud State University have recently discovered a new spectrum of […]
Have you ever thought about what happens to you when you die? I don’t mean whether there is a heaven and hell or if your spirit comes back as a Desert Locust (see my previous […]