The tale, over a century old, starts simply: A researcher asks a former governor why he keeps moving his arms, as if swinging bells.
“Time is life,” observed the renowned 20th-century writer, translator and educator Liang Shiqiu.
"Youthquake", "antifa" and "broflake" might have yet to make it into daily vocabulary.
The French government is to ban students from using mobile phones in the country’s primary, junior and middle schools.
I call this little strategy the “2–Minute Rule” and the goal is to make it easier for you to get started on the things you should be doing.
The world’s nights are getting alarmingly brighter – bad news for all sorts of creatures, humans included – as light pollution encroaches on darkness almost everywhere.
The Mediterranean diet, rich in heart-healthy olive oil, vegetables and wine, has long contributed to Spain’s long-lived population (averaging 82.8). But Spain has another longevity secret up its sleeve: the siesta.
Take a quick tipple and you could find yourself speaking a second tongue more naturally, according to new research.
While eating too much sugar is directly associated with obesity and a host of heart and liver-related problems, there are plenty of myths out there with a host of misinformation that oftentimes makes eating even moderate amounts of sugar sound worse than it is. After all, we do need sugar to live.
Swilling mouthwash each morning could raise your risk of heart disease, one of the world's leading experts claims.