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Quarantine, the climate crisis, genetics and mysterious illnesses come under the microscope in this year’s highlights
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Memoirs by Billie Jean King and Rob Burrow, Michael Holding on racism in sport and the story of Barça
American writer Sandra Newman’s novel Julia will tell the dystopian story from the perspective of Winston Smith’s lover
With its cosmic roots and being the home of Stella Artois, the compact gothic town is a hip destination that has remained Belgium’s best-kept secret
Comedian says he ‘hypnotises’ hand to stop it shaking but laments condition stopping him writing
Proponents will continue push after legal consultation proposes different measures to tackle sex- and gender-based hostility
Will Sharpe, who directed the new HBO murder mystery Landscapers, on the real-life events and people—including Susan & Christopher Edwards—who inspired it.
Gibbs, portrayed by actor Mark Harmon, left 'NCIS' at the beginning of season 19. Now, fans of the CBS drama believe he will come back soon.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced many of us to isolate and disrupted our usual routines—especially those related to exercise. If you haven't resumed regular physical activity, a recent study might make you want to get back on the horse (or bike, as it were). It found that being inactive has a potentially very serious consequence. Read on to find out more—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had COVID. 1 What the Study Found According to the s
Thanks to a blend of green tea, peptides, hyaluronic acid, and yep, snail slime.
Chase Stokes, Madison Bailey, and Addison Rae share their brilliant picks for the coolest people on your list.
Rich or poor, famous or anonymous, civilian or President of the United States—Alzheimer's disease does not discriminate.The most common form of dementia, it affects about five million Americans today. That number will increase considerably in the next 30 years, to a projected 16 million Americans in 2050—which makes gaining a greater understanding of this disease critical.Yet Alzheimer's continues to intrigue and confound researchers. It's a complex disease with many risk factors, some of which
It probably has nothing to do with actually having a baby.
Unique and considerate family gifts are out there: it's just a matter of looking in the right places. To help, we've rounded up the best gift ideas the whole family will love and appreciate.
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For many, it will be months before any sign of warm weather again. So in the meantime, cozy up with all the delicious soup you can find!If you're a lover of soup but are also trying to stick to your weight loss goals this season, eating something like a vegetable soup with bone broth and ginger can be a comforting and healthy treat. You can also try soup combinations like carrot and ginger, miso and seaweed, and black bean and kale for some nutritious options.While there are plenty of healthy so
Whether you're doing Dry January or living sober, these bartender favorites will ensure that you never feel stumped on what to order. While cocktail menus and wine lists were packed with tastebud-temping options for booze-lovers, those choosing not to imbibe were once left to make due with boring old club soda. Thanks in part to the rise in wellness culture and the "sober curious" movement, there are far more interesting alcohol-free options than ever before—and even some bartenders are rethinking their traditional, boozy cocktails.
Gather your family and friends to make paper snowflakes for the holidays! With our simple DIY tutorial, you will learn how to make two different types of snowflakes — all beginner friendly.
You might as well be the Grinch if you go through the holidays without watching one of these films.