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9 days ago
Wonky teeth could leave you unbalanced
Wonky teeth could leave you unbalanced

Having your teeth straightened will not only improve your appearance but could also improve your balance.

9 days ago
You’re only as drunk as the people around you
You’re only as drunk as the people around you

Research finds people regularly under- or overestimated their level of intoxication depending on the state of their companions.

10 days ago
Breakthrough could let men have babies, without women
Breakthrough could let men have babies, without women

New research into reproduction overthrows the idea that women are needed to create babies.

15 days ago
Traditional flu advice more than old wive’s tale
Traditional flu advice more than old wive’s tale

Researchers find that traditional advice to feed a cold, starve a fever is more than just an old wive’s remedy.

16 days ago
Why rain really could make aches worse
Why rain really could make aches worse

Manchester University researchers have created an app to log pain experienced by users.

18 days ago
Monitoring the body from within with tiny ‘fitbits’
Monitoring the body from within with tiny ‘fitbits’

Scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, are developing dust-sized wireless sensors implanted inside the body ...

21 days ago
Malaysia detects first case of locally transmitted Zika
Malaysia detects first case of locally transmitted Zika
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The Malaysian health ministry has detected the first case of a locally transmitted Zika infection in a 61-year-old man in the state of Sabah.

23 days ago
How science can help sort your socks
How science can help sort your socks

Professor Brian Carter says that thinking like a computer can make it easier to sort socks.

24 days ago
Creating women leaders in STEM fields
Creating women leaders in STEM fields

Independent Media executive chairman, Dr Iqbal Surve, said young African female scientists needed to cultivate their ideas ...