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How an erratic sleep schedule affects your ability to lose weight — and the exact time you should go to bed to get results
Not getting enough sleep will make you four times more prone to unnecessary snacking, according to the study.
A scientist set out to prove that man flu is real so he could justify whining about his seasonal colds — what he found isn’t helpful
Are men just whinier when it comes to winter illnesses or do they have a legitimate claim to more severe cold symptoms? The BMJ's latest answer is unclear.
A private letter from Darwin detailing his doubts about God just sold at auction for $125,000 — here’s what he wrote
The three-page letter from the ailing scientist was auctioned off on Tuesday in New York.
They feel more pressure to "settle down."
Man flu is apparently real — and the cure is lying on the sofa and watching telly, according to Dr Kyle Sue.
From tales of futuristic moon colonies to Earthly sleep strategies and drowning cities, we've rounded up some of the best reads of the year.
The scientific reasons we give our partners pet names — and what they could say about your relationship
I love you, my little half-orange.
This year’s flu shot is not as effective against one of the nastiest strains — but you should still get it
The flu vaccine will still protect against H1N1, but it could be a tough season for people who catch the rampant H3N2.
Here are the things people with OCD want you to know about what it’s really like to have the disorder
It's a myth that they like things clean.