Sarah Larimer tells the story of the college graduate who was abandoned on the same campus as a newborn.
Helen Walne grew up with the Comrades Marathon. That doesn't mean she will ever run it.
The End Girl Hate campaign builds bridges between women, writes Nontando Mposo.
A scientist with a plan to reawaken brain dead patients is getting a lot of email - mostly about zombies.
Stimulating households where people talk, make jokes and challenge each other can boost IQ levels by several points.
A film production company which is making what it says is 'the ultimate diving adventure series' needs qualified divers.
They were the wildest crowd in London. So how are the former hell-raisers coping with the fact the party's over?
Worldwide, 50 percent of 213 000 aggressive tweets containing insults were sent by women, a study has found.
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Alyssia Birjalal finds out more about the 'queen bee syndrome'.
A dying man's last wish was granted when his family pulled out all the stops to make sure he got the chance to be a part of his son's wedding.
If a woman wants to be viewed as a leader, she doesn't need to behave like a man - just stand like one.
Women get too emotionally-engrossed in a storyline, and that's why they are less likely to guess the end of a complex TV ...
All that extra work, on top of trying not to die, just feels overwhelming - and that's just guitar lessons for Helen Walne.
Experiments suggest that people seem to be really good at forgetting all the bad things they've done.