SHE REUSES HER ZIPLOC BAGS, OK?????!!!!! Can she live?! Among the many cases she packed for her trip to Armenia this week, Khloé Kardashian made sure she had her vitamins and supplements well organized.
We are more than just a pretty face. It turns out the shape, size and even colour of our looks can relay some very important information about our personalities, health and sexuality. David Robson investigates.
Quarks and gluons make weird slopes and shapes inside the proton. Understanding them precisely was important for the first results from Cern’s Large Hadron Collider, and continues to be so as we approach
Plenty of celebrities - and rich Brits - have Swiss bank accounts. Believe it or not, some are even residents of Switzerland. But if you are a full UK taxpayer with a Swiss bank account, you have to declare
Samsung is warning customers about discussing personal information in front of their smart television set. The warning applies to TV viewers who control their Samsung Smart TV using its voice activation
"I saw a man on the screen in my living room and that's when I called 911." Lawyer Mia Nguyen was sitting in her office glued to the live video feed she'd set up at home to watch her dogs. Alerted by Manything
Tesco has seen sales growth for the first time since January 2014, a survey by the research firm Kantar Worldpanel suggests. Tesco increased sales by 0.3% for the 12 weeks to 1 February compared with same
The University of Sheffield found that snoozing helps youngsters develop their memory and retain new skills A book at bedtime could help babies to learn more quickly after researchers discovered children
Right-handed people are dominant worldwide – but why? Jason G Goldman investigates. We humans don’t typically agree on all that much, but there is at least one thing that an impressive amount of us accept:
Much is said about the differences between state and private school education, and a new initiative to help enhance ‘character’ in schools seems destined to further emphasise this division. But is a private
A recent report suggests chemicals found in bathroom products are affecting male fertility and causing testicular cancer. Is the EU doing enough to protect men, asks Gareth May Toiletries causing the of
Weird & Wild A roe deer shot in Slovenia has a single antler that makes it look exactly like a unicorn. It looks like it just walked out of a fairy tale, but this deer with a single, unicorn-like antler
Remember back in the '50s, when official-sounding newsreels promised that we'd have new-kew-lur-powered cars by the '70s and no one would ever be unhappy? Probably not, since we've gotten a skewed sense
In tests that offer a choice of answers, you can exploit hidden patterns to get full marks if you know how, says William Poundstone. Our fates in school and beyond are decided by pop quizzes, final exams,
But scoring well (and winning) doesn't happen so easily. Even the pros use certain tricks to help themselves on the board. We combined seven below from "Everything Scrabble," by John Edley and John D.
When Elizabeth O'Connell was expecting her first child, she knew she wanted to breast-feed. And, she says, she sort of expected it to just happen, naturally. That's not quite how it panned out. "I was
Live Well: Every week, The Telegraph rounds up the best of this week's scientific studies and developments which will help you live a happier, healthier, longer life In the next installment of our Live
Local Projects teams up with the New York Hall of Science to build an app that reveals the physics of the playground. On a breezy spring afternoon at the New York Hall of Science in Queens, designer Jake
If you could stop time, here is what you might see: a bullet being shot through an apple, an egg being cracked into a fan, or a play-by-play of Pancho Gonzales's famous serve. MIT professor Harold Edgerton