It’s easy to take things like oxygen, water and fuel for granted, but many of these precious resources are not renewable – and losing them could be catastrophic.
Climate anxiety is a valid response to the very real threats against our environment, and it's especially prevalent in young people. Here's what to do about it.
Born to be a minor member of the royal family, Elizabeth II has become one of the most famous people on the planet. Here, we take a look at her journey – and what Her Majesty never intended for [...]
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According to numerous studies, doodling is a mental tool that improves concentration, memory, creativity, and even happiness. Every president doodled on the job. Below, science-backed reasons you [...]
For your next book club meeting, liven up the conversation with these fun and thought-provoking book club questions
The way you dot your "i's" and cross your "t's" could reveal more than 5,000 different personality traits.
Only the smartest will get all of these right!
From the water that covers most of it to the moon that orbits it, here are some bizarre things about our home planet that science still doesn’t completely understand.
Sadly, bacon is one of them.
How many squares do you see? Hint: There are way more than meets the eye!
Here's a fun way to put your IQ through its paces. Try these sample questions!
Moving ageing parents to a living arrangement that offers care and support is difficult, but sometimes it's the only way to keep them safe and healthy.
How many things can you check off this list?
In honour of Women's History Month and International Women’s Day on March 8, a look back at the single moments in history when, for women, doors of opportunity suddenly flung open.