A woman in Scotland has lived with a gene mutation that prevents her from feeling any pain for 65 years and didn't even realize.
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In 2007, the legal smoking age in the UK was increased from 16 to 18. There is now growing pressure to up it again, this time to 21.
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From leopard-spotted baby koalas to public play parks exclusively for cats, animals seemed to be the theme for the majority of big businesses who felt like having some fun on April Fools' Day.
Feeling anxious about the fate of our planet is entirely understandable, and a great many people are now suffering from what has been dubbed "climate change anxiety."
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A vegan influencer who no longer follows her diet plans due to the health issues they caused continues to sell them to others online.
According to matchmaking company OkCupid, men and women are more concerned with a potential partner's political views than what happens in the bedroom.
A survey of almost 3000 women revealed that those who ski and kayak reported higher levels of mental wellbeing.
Psychiatry professor James Fallon recently discovered that he has psychopathic tendencies, a discovery that he made entirely by accident.
If you want to live a long and healthy life, cutting back on these five things is essential. Or, even better, cut them out of your life altogether.
England's Environmental Agency warns that within 25 years, the country will not have enough water to supply its growing population.
Modern medicine might have enabled us to live for longer, but we now seem to be using that as an excuse to live a far unhealthier lifestyle.