A series of recent studies suggest that eye movements may both reflect and influence the workings of the brain According to the old saying, the eyes are windows into the soul, revealing deep emotions we
Where the mechanics of writing are concerned, I'm far from perfect. One example: I always struggle with who and whom. (Sometimes I'll even rewrite a sentence just so I won't have to worry about which correct.)
Biology teacher Richard Spencer, of Middlesbrough College, Teesside, is in the final 10 for Nobel Prize-style award A British science teacher is among the final 10 candidates for a million-dollar Nobel
To die, sometimes you need only believe you are ill, and as David Robson discovers, we can unwittingly ‘catch’ such fears, often with terrifying consequences. Beware the scaremongers. Like a witch doctor’s
Everyone knows that North Korea’s leader is a bloodthirsty madman and buffoon—or is he really? Mark Bowden digs into the hard facts for an unusual portrait. Does anyone make an easier target than Kim Un?
On the flight back from Lake Tahoe, I feared a full-blown migraine headache was kicking in. The ache behind my eyes bulged and throbbed, as if a golf ball were lodged there. I had been reading a novel
Facts & Arguments is a daily personal piece submitted by readers. Have a story to tell? See our guidelines at tgam.ca/essayguide. I tried to hide the Holocaust. I tried to hide it from my son – and for
This would create a paradox since you never would have been born if your grandparents never met. You've prevented your later birth, so you shouldn't exist anymore. This is called the "Grandfather Paradox,"
Rapid advances in technology make it crucial that we not only learn new skill sets, but that we also continually assess the results and impacts of our new habits. "The saddest aspect of life right now
Facts & Arguments is a daily personal piece submitted by readers. Have a story to tell? See our guidelines at tgam.ca/essayguide. When I first heard teachers in school talking about mothers and fathers,