Stimulating households where people talk, make jokes and challenge each other can boost IQ levels by several points.
The number of American teens with marijuana-related problems fell by 24 percent between 2002 and 2013.
Angela Day has four recipes with phyllo pastry.
Rachel Feltman looks at the furore round a new study on cellphones and cancer and advises calm.
Vintage wines have long been an investment opportunity for wealthy connoisseurs, but beer?
Roman, Rocco and Rohan have beaten remarkable odds - the naturally-conceived triplets are genetically identical.
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Angela Day has four recipes for sweet tea time treats.
They were the wildest crowd in London. So how are the former hell-raisers coping with the fact the party's over?
British TV presenter Julia Bradbury has made a startling admission, saying she relies heavily on her nanny with no guilty feelings attached.
A beach holiday won't just relax you - it could also make you live longer.
It typically takes an overweight person more than four years to admit they have a problem - and another year and a half to tell someone.
Mpiletso Motumi chats to the owners of Casanyumba at Soweto Fashion Week about the latest trends in African contemporary furniture.
Worldwide, 50 percent of 213 000 aggressive tweets containing insults were sent by women, a study has found.