It’s like a scene from a Dr Who Christmas special: legions of people walk zombie-like across city streets, staring fixedly into their phones.
In mice, young blood can rejuvinate the arteries and even neurones of the old. But humans may be wary.
The drug can cause symptoms akin to a UTI – recurrant use may lead to severe bladdar damage.
From revenge porn to online harassment, online spaces are recreating the misogyny of the wider world.
The more time and effort we spend keeping on top of ever-changing applications and struggling to swim through gluts of information, the less productive they are at work.
When more money in Britain is spent on researching cures for baldness than for malaria, then there's a problem.
The drug has been proven as a reliever of suicidal thoughts. With some doctors reluctant to prescribe SSRIs, it could provide the answer.
Osteoporosis gets less attention than the "big, ugly stepsisters' -- yet roughly three million in the UK are affected.
From eyecare to creating the coldest thing in the universe, lasers show science at its most illuminating.
Stephen Hawking received his "death sentence" more than 50 years ago. The Astronomer Royal pays tribute to him.
By using ever more machines we lose not only physical skills, but cognitive faculties.
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