Motion sickness in general is caused when your inner ear and your eyes disagree about whether you’re moving. When you read in a car, your visual field stays still but your inner ear detects the twists and turns.
Loneliness is worse for you than smoking, and more harmful than obesity. As the number of lonely people in the UK swells, we investigate why feeling alone literally hurts, and how we can stop it from making us ill.
Sleep - we all need it, we never think we get enough of it, and for something that we spend a third of our lives doing, we definitely don't understand it enough. Here are a few of our favourite sleep QnAs that have been keeping you up at night.
You may have noticed how skilled athletes and musicians seem to perform impressive feats without thinking, but there’s a lesser known kind of muscle memory that makes it easier to re-gain lost muscle mass.
British Science Week returns this week for a 10-day celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths. Here are five ways you can get involved…
Do you have a burning science, technology or nature question? Submit your Q&A here and it could be featured online or in print!