Even when you’re fluent in two languages, it can be a challenge to switch back and forth smoothly between them. It’s common to mangle a split verb in Spanish, use the wrong preposition in English or lose
Consider two high school seniors — one who exhibits strong academic talent and one who does not. For one, December marks the homestretch of a yearslong effort, intensively supported by his school, to the
Bread has long been a foundational part of the human diet, but a revolt against it has been building for years—and seems to be reaching a crescendo. Today, many regard bread as a dietary archvillain—the
Almonds, carrots, quinoa, beets … these are just some of the foods which typically contain high levels of glyphosate We need to petition our legislators, exercise our right to vote, rally our communities
Toxic chemicals in your home could be linked to cancer, autism, and reproductive issues. Here are 4 of the most concerning.
The California wildfires destroyed thousands of homes across the state, leaving behind an even greater share of displaced residents. Though the flames have now subsided, locals are left with a lingering
‘Fluoride is so toxic it is considered hazardous waste by the US Environmental Protection Authority.’ ‘Fluoride calcifies the brain.’ ‘Fluoride was used by Hitler in concentration camps to sedate prisoners.’
Scientists have developed a universal cancer test that can detect traces of the disease in a patient’s bloodstream. The cheap and simple test uses a colour-changing fluid to reveal the presence of malignant
The extent of racial bias faced by black, Asian and minority ethnic citizens in 21st-century Britain has been laid bare in an unprecedented study showing a gulf in how people of different ethnicities treated
Feeling comfortable and empowered lets you take more risks, speak out more and solve problems better, research says - but your boss needs to set the tone for a safe space for all. One day, Lucy Parsons’
Many people don't recognize mental strength when they see it. As a psychotherapist and as an author of books on mental strength, I encounter many misconceptions about what it means to be mentally strong.