Many marriages are sacramentally "null" because couples don't understand commitment, says Pope Francis.
There is no conclusive evidence that coffee causes cancer, but all "very hot" drinks are probably carcinogenic.
Chef and restaurateur Danielle Postma helps her children prepare their dad a special lunch in the Angela Day kitchen.
Sex workers are often chased out of residential areas. But academics say they can improve your neighbourhood...
Food writer Kay Plunkett-Hogge pays homage to the chilli in her new book Heat.
Moon Ribas considers herself a 'cyborg artist' with a small implant in her arm, allowing her to feel earthquakes as they happen. [VIDEO].
Are you a millennial disappointed with life? There could be a book deal in that, writes Jessica Contrera.
Pornographic material leaves many children at risk of becoming desensitised to its impact, say researchers.
Angela Day has a quick recipe for a tuna patty...
The ghost of a relationship is hard enough to deal with, but when posted on social media for the world to see, it's just annoying, says Alya Mooro.
Scientists say that cancer patients should lose weight and take up exercise to slash their risk of death.
Three slices of wholemeal bread a day can slash the risk of dying from heart disease by a quarter, a major study reveals.
It has been hailed a daily staple by caffeine dodgers and celebrity foodies, thanks to its health benefits and lack of need for a filter.
They’ve been married for 7 years and are unable to conceive. But not for the reasons one would imagine...
Almost half of women admit they spend more than a month thinking about a new bag before finally making a purchase, a study has shown.