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Doctor Who is well known for its theme. The original signature track was created by Delia Derbyshire and Ron Grainer at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, …

10. Paul Grist (Bill Filer, The Claws of Axos)

Since Doctor Who began, if you forgave its occasional production shortfalls, it paid you off generously with AMAZING performers and casting. And in …

Kylie Minogue

A Farewell to Jo | The Green Death | Doctor Who

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Online dating for people with sexually transmitted infections

<i>Some names have been changed. Picture posed by models</i><p><b>Dating can often be fraught with uncertainty and self-consciousness. For those with incurable sexually transmitted infections (STIs), are tailored websites the answer for people nervous of telling potential partners about their condition?</b><p>The past …

Public Health

Trend Alert: Chia Seed Snacks

By now you’re probably aware that the benefits of chia seeds extend beyond their ability to help terracotta figurines sprout funny hair-dos. If this …

Nutrition

The best health and fitness apps of 2017

We all know how difficult it is to motivate yourself to lose weight. Contrary to what you might expect, it’s rare that people live up to those New …

Bill Gates Offering $100K for a Better-Feeling Condom

Condoms are hands-down the best way to prevent both unplanned pregnancies and STIs, but for all the good they do, most guys still whine about …

Your Teeth Are Crucial to Your Health

If your pearly whites aren’t so bright anymore, and your gums bleed at the sight of floss, saying “Cheese” for a photo op is the least of your …

Widely used pesticides have been found in new research to block a part of the brain that bees use for learning, rendering some of them unable to perform the essential task of associating scents with food. Bees exposed to two kinds of pesticide were slower to learn or completely forgot links between floral scents and nectar. These effects could make it harder for bees to forage among flowers for food, thereby threatening their survival and reducing the pollination of crops and wild plants. The findings add to existing research that neonicotinoid pesticides are contributing to the decline in bee populations. http://gu.com/p/3emzb/tw?CMP=SOCNETTXT6966 Photograph: C.N.Connolly/PA

Difference Engine: End the ethanol tax

THE uneasy relationship between America’s corn (maize) farmers and its oil refiners is fraying at the edges. The source of the conflict is the amount …

Restaurant turns to Twitter to publicly shame customers who fail to keep reservations

You might want to think again before failing to keep a restaurant reservation after one eatery decided enough was enough and began publicly shaming …

Judge not?

AS A young woman coming to terms with her sexuality in the 1980s, Laurette Healey began to “eliminate things” from her future. Marriage, domestic …

Stubbed out

TOBACCO, as generations of schoolchildren have been taught, was brought to Europe from the Americas along with potatoes and piles of gold. Latin …