It may be a moot point whether we understand more about how depression changes so many lives or how social media is, knowingly or unknowingly, changing our world.
Sun, 09 Feb, 2020
What is causing the Amazon fires, why are they so damaging, and how can we stop them?, ask Jos Barlow, Lancaster University and Alexander C. Lees, Manchester Metropolitan University
Sun, 25 Aug, 2019
The pioneering political theorist’s warnings about the inequities of capitalism are still relevant and will not be erased by the defacing of his tomb, writes
Thu, 09 May, 2019
What did the Romans ever do for Ireland? Not a lot, it seems.
Mon, 06 May, 2019
Kate Whiting on interacting with the little one growing inside you
Fri, 14 Jul, 2017
A University College Cork (UCC) researcher has helped develop a new technology that identifies child sex-abusers online.
Sat, 03 Dec, 2016
Fitness trackers have captured the public imagination with sales on the up and up. But do they deliver results, asks Lorraine Courtney.
Fri, 15 Jul, 2016
The author of a report on ’mum friends’ tells Lisa Salmon there’s nothing that can make or break friendships more than motherhood.
Sat, 11 Apr, 2015
The harmful effects of smoking during pregnancy on unborn babies may be seen in tiny movements in their faces using 4D ultrasound scans, new research has found.
Tue, 24 Mar, 2015
A Coronation Street-loving “Psycho” killer has painted a life-size mural of the Rovers Return on prison walls in homage to his favourite soap.
Tue, 10 Feb, 2015
The risk of domestic violence in England rises by 38% when they get knocked out of the World Cup.
Thu, 26 Jun, 2014
WILDFOWL and Wetlands Trust (WWT) scientists, at Martin Mere, in Lancashire, England, are preventing swans from crashing into cables.
Mon, 14 Oct, 2013
Unborn babies “practise” facial expressions of pain while they are in the womb, scientists say.
Fri, 07 Jun, 2013
Thu, 06 Jun, 2013
The country’s chief fire officers have warned that equipment and fire stations could deteriorate if money is not provided by the Government.
Thu, 09 May, 2013
Kiaran Stapleton was a man lacking an identity before he walked up to Indian student Anuj Bidve and shot him in the left temple.
Fri, 27 Jul, 2012
The parents of an Indian engineering student who was shot dead on St Stephen's Day made an emotional visit to the scene of his murder today.
Fri, 06 Jan, 2012
The murder of an Indian student who was gunned down at point-blank range on St Stephen's Day is being treated as a “hate crime”, British olice said today.
Thu, 29 Dec, 2011
A fifth person has been arrested by police investigating the fatal shooting of an Indian student in Britain.
The death of award-winning disabled author Christopher Nolan was announced today.
Fri, 20 Feb, 2009
Illegal ketamine use is increasing among young people worldwide – particularly within the electronic dance music scene, according to university research.
Mon, 12 May, 2008
LEWIS HAMILTON must not become embroiled in a war of words with his Formula One title rivals if he is to be crowned world champion, according to leading psychologists.
Wed, 10 Oct, 2007
Britney Spears' recent behaviour is erratic and worrying and she needs help, according to a leading psychologist.
Sun, 18 Feb, 2007
ARSENE WENGER has grown accustomed to seeing analysis of his methods spill over into unfettered adulation, but now he finds himself subjected to a different, less flattering, brand of scrutiny.
Sat, 11 Nov, 2006
THE horrific story of teenager Natascha Kampusch, held prisoner in a suburban dungeon for nearly a decade, has put the spotlight once again on the bizarre condition of Stockholm syndrome.
Tue, 29 Aug, 2006
The Big Brother brawl which was witnessed by millions of shocked viewers was inevitable, according to experts.
Thu, 17 Jun, 2004
MICROSOFT’S decision to close all chatrooms run through its MSN service will only marginally impact on paedophilia using the internet.
Thu, 25 Sep, 2003
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