RELATED STORIES Syfy’s Krypton ended its battle-heavy Season 2 with a comparatively intimate and yet seismic slugfest, while Nyssa embarked on a daring journey that was… for the birds? With Zod’s forces primed to attack the New Lurvan base, Jayna and Dev discuss with a freshly awakened Lyta how badly they would be outnumbered in […]
Season one of the hit sit-com Friends saw Ross Geller (David Schwimmer) work his way through his complicated relationship with his ex-wife Carol (Jane Sibbett) who left him for another woman called Susan (Jessica Hecht). When it was revealed Carol was pregnant with his son, the storyline focused on Ross’ new life as a father. […]
DEMENTIA is an umbrella term for a range of progressive diseases that affect the brain. There’s currently no cure, but research is looking into what causes the condition. A lack of sleep can accelerate brain damage caused by Alzheimer’s, a new study has warned.
Health of people who are transgender, a community that sees high rates of depression, focus of Canadian medical journal’s special issue.
P-fotography/Shutterstock The CDC would like to remind everyone that it’s not necessarily safe to eat cookie dough. Flour and raw eggs can contain bacteria and salmonella, which pose health risks. But people do not care at all. Really. It’s December, so that means time to get baking for the inevitable holiday parties that you don’t really […]
A report published last week found that 12.1 per cent of seniors in long-term care homes in Newfoundland and Labrador are kept in daily physical restraints, second only to Yukon, at 14 per cent — both more than twice the national average.
Goodbye, Arctic. Hello, heat stroke and asthma attacks. New climate reports connect the dots between predictions and your life—today. https://media.wired.com/photos/5bff252ce80cd16006551373/master/pass/charredtrees-1062216142.jpg
Privacy researchers raise concerns about the planned transfer of a DeepMind project in the UK to corporate sister Google. https://media.wired.com/photos/5bedcf7e0eb20a52df543cef/master/pass/Google-Healthcare-522971430.jpg
Statisticians play a vital role in ensuring that research findings are genuine and some have been repeatedly asked to alter data records or falsify the significance of results, a new study finds.
‘If a child requires services under general anaesthetic in the hospital they have some serious dental health problems,’ chief dental officer says as hundreds of children wait for treatment.