As the referendum on Ireland's anti-abortion law nears, the New Statesman talks to those working on the frontline of pregnancy about how the amendment affects their work.
A historic local vote curbing pro-life protesters may be tough for other councils to pursue.
What scientists know as mind-wandering tells us much about what it means to be human.
“Do you think she’ll ever think about what she did for me?” I asked. “I think she’ll go home when her shift ends and never think about it again,” Sarah replied.
In a 2011 study, only 25 per cent of patients who tested positive for influenza actually had any symptoms.
Some sweet tooths were sour about the idea of paying more for their sugar.
Sharing the data of millions of users with third-party analytics firms may have been technically legal – but it could still cause serious harm.
A new documentary shows the fragile, connected future both humans and animals now face.
Phil Whitaker draws on his experiences as a doctor to investigate how close we are to a cure for the “emperor of all maladies”.
We shouldn’t swallow the spin.
Long-term medication keeps changing its appearance – round white tablets one month, red ovals the next, with different packaging to boot.