LONDON: Women who prefer brainy boyfriends are less likely to be interested in male-dominated careers such as engineering, a study suggests.
IT IS a well known aphorism that when the pupil is ready, the master will appear.
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The trend is towards wet rooms that are practical, minimalist and green, but that offer a luxury spa feel in our own homes.
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Like many mental illnesses, bipolar has become a flippant byword to describe an unpredictable, emotional person.
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The more time young adults spend on social media, the more likely they are to become depressed, a study has found.
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