Eating cheese at night is said to give you nightmares, but the reason why isn't so spooky.
Were all those school matrons forcing kids to eat their liver, "for their own good", mistaken?
New research is revealing that among the highest tiers of the corporate world, psychopaths are more common than you might expect. But as Daniel Bennett discovers, scientists are also coming up with new ways to spot them
As more and more violent crimes are committed by people in their sleep, Daniel Bennett uncovers the science of deadly sleepwalkers
Happy Valentines Day! To celebrate, here are ten scientifically-supported 59-second tips to increase your chances of finding and keeping the love of your life...
Is there a formula for calculating compatibility and finding love online? JV Chamary finds out whether meeting your perfect partner is a problem that can be solved with an algorithm
Suffering a hot fever is bad enough without having to deal with nightmares too.
Which way now? Louise Ridley explains why some people have a better sense of direction than others
There are intriguing differences between the brain of a genius and a normal noggin.
Renowned art forger Tony Tetro explains how to forge a masterpiece. In his career that spanned the 1970s and 80s, Tetro created paintings that fooled experts and buyers alike.
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