The results found the risk of a stroke was higher in the first two days after a daylight saving transition
The myth is thought to stem from social stigmatisation of left handed people and a misunderstood Noble Prize winning research project
Researchers claim it could even fight terminal, 'incurable' diseases like sickle-cell anaemia
The minute animal had been collected from moss in Antartica in 1983, before being unfrozen in 2014
Canines to exhibit signs of basic empathy which allow dogs to bond in a manner similar to humans
Scientists found surprising links between gene mutations linked to breast cancer and other forms of the disease
Researches at McGill university have developed a test to see how well we can detect sarcasm, white lies and teasing during everyday interaction. Take their test here
The University of Geneva has found a way to help burn fat and improve your metabolism
George Osborne is expected to announce today that four departments – Transport, Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), Communities and Local Government and the Treasury – have accepted cuts of 8 per cent a year for the next four years
“What if a cure for an intractable cancer is hidden within the tedious reports on thousands of clinical studies?"
It’s easier to do than you’d think
Men were more comfortable being touched by strangers than women
One hour's exercise a day, breastfeeding consistently for 12 months, and hormone replacement therapy are all revealed as good or bad in the fight against cancer in new research from Queensland
French workers are so underworked they are becoming clinically depressed, according to one academic.
Very short men and underweight women reported notably fewer sexual partners than average
The results should act as a catalyst for giving women more support during pregnancy