The quest for longevity has long been on people's minds, prompting an abundance of research on the effects of food and diet on the human lifespan; but unlike the usual recommendations - eat kale, sip unsweetened green tea, and such - here is one you might not have trouble following.
They brought us hygge, lagom and fika, but now a new Scandinavian trend is coming, and it couldn't be more 2018.
Japanese researcher Jun Rekimoto has developed a special screen that can be strapped to a person's face and allow them to live on your behalf. By dressing up as you and having your face shown where theirs usually is, you'll be able to pay someone to go about your life instead.
We spend more than a third of our lives in bed - but that place can quickly blossom into a "botanical park" of bacteria and fungus, according to New York University microbiologist Philip Tierno.
Every day, Americans throw away 500 million plastic straws, enough to circle the Earth twice, or fill 125 school buses.
Fears that robots could take the jobs of humans may be premature after Britain’s first cyborg shop assistant was sacked after a week of confusing customers.
Waiting on a phone call with a pen in your hand? Bored on a train? Chances are you'll doodle.
Many of us have had recurring and disturbing nightmares that are difficult to comprehend.
Moderate coffee drinking is safe, and three to four cups a day may have some health benefits, according to a large review of previous studies, in the BMJ.
The tale, over a century old, starts simply: A researcher asks a former governor why he keeps moving his arms, as if swinging bells.