A personal piece about why the current Global Human Rights Crisis is causing a rise in re-traumatisation regarding male violence against women. (TW)
Some people can’t visualise an image in their mind… and here’s why.
A new study has found dogs have a processing capacity similar to a 1 year-old…
Sakina Amin explains the Mandela effect: a phenomenon which causes numerous people to remember the same thing… which is actually false.
Ella Spittall explains how an area of the brain can cause infamous teenage mood swings.
This year marked the sixth anniversary of the UK Congress on Obesity (UKCO), which was held at the University of Leeds from the 11th to the 13th September. The Congress featured numerous events under the […]
When I first watched the viral clip of a man verbally abusing a woman on the London Tube, I was surprised and amused to say the least. This is not because I particularly enjoy violent […]
The power of colours over our moods are now well known, with research showing that different colours can affect us physically, changing our heart rate, blood pressure and respiration. This science has been applied to […]
You may have never given it a thought, but supermarkets spend an extensive amount of time planning the layout of their stores. It’s no accident that we find ourselves wandering around, trying to find the […]
Working together is often cited as being one of the things that makes humans special, however it’s not a trait specific to humans. Indeed, we are a social ape and as such, we rely on […]
You walk into the voting booth and before you are your choices. You’ve weighed the facts, considered each candidate for their merits yet you remain uncertain about your choice. For some unknown reason you drift […]
“Analysing humour is like dissecting a frog. Few people are interested and the frog dies of it.” E.B. White A sense of humour is seen as something you either have or you don’t – and […]