SIT DOWN! STOP WHAT YOU'RE DOING! BREAKING NEWS! Safe Haven, the delightfully soapy Nicholas Sparks adaptation starring Julianne Hough and Tad Hamilton Josh Duhamel is coming to Netflix in March 2017.
New research finds a marked increase in dementia among those living by busy roadways. The highways around where I live in Portland, Oregon are like congestion voids—black holes or boundless oceans. You
When it comes to folk wisdom on how to raise happy and successful kids, we all do the same thing. We look at the families around us and try to identify what's working and what's not. Then we attempt to
Diet & Fitness A new study should put the final nail in the coffin for any lingering beliefs that calcium supplements are good for you. The new study finds that people over 50 don’t get stronger bones
Intel and Micron unveiled a novel new kind of non-volatile data storage device during a press conference on Tuesday. The chips, dubbed "3D XPoint" (pronounced "cross-point"), are being touted as the first
UK Cabinet Office report sets out risks of coronal mass ejections from the sun causing power outages, and disruption of GPS and communications Humanity would only have a 12-hour warning about the arrival
Tests suggest blackcurrant juice could improve mental performance and even help alleviate the symptoms of brain disorders such as Parkinson's A daily glass of blackcurrant juice could make you happier,
Supreme court: gay marriage legal across the US – live updates Read more Same-sex marriages are now legal across the entirety of the United States after a historic supreme court ruling that declared attempts
We're back after an impromptu break, and while HBO has reloaded on its series (Ballers, Brink, True Detective S2), there's a lot new this week to look out for. For the creepy sci-fi vibe there are two
With exposed wood details and a streamlined design, they're like the hipster alternative to trailers. If life on the frontier ever strikes your fancy, these adorable wooden wagons would be the way to it.
What is the easiest way to learn? David Robson meets a group of scientists and memory champions competing to find techniques that make facts stick... fast. Face to face with the world’s leading memory
What one writer learned suiting up on his wedding day. So, I got married a few days ago. For all my stress and anxiety, things went well—so well that I keep half-expecting some unanticipated million-dollar
On a warm March afternoon, farmer Cannon Michael walks alongside wheat fields adjacent to his house in Los Banos, in California’s Central Valley. Most of these fields won’t be watered again this year.
Parliamentary Jazz Awards 2015 honour Norma Winstone, Laura Jurd and The National Youth Jazz Orchestra Norma Winstone is Britain’s very own jazz star, who regularly tops the bill at jazz festivals worldwide,
New research from UCL brings us closer to finding out what’s behind one of our biggest killers Christopher Devas has Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia. For his wife, Veronica, this
Safely ensconced behind flickering computer screens, military personnel are waging war in lands thousands of miles away. But is there a hidden human cost to remote-controlled combat? Just a three-hour
When word of a savvy hack conducted by agents of two intelligence agencies against SIM maker Gemalto broke yesterday, company representatives seemed to be caught completely off-guard. Now, with egg on