There is more to multilingualism than living abroad or speaking to the locals on holiday: the health benefits are incredible.
Annabell discusses the future of COVID-19 by looking at past pandemics and how they may help to predict how much longer the disease will impact our lives.
The phrase ‘mind over matter’ is common, yet how much influence does the mind really have in the context of a patient’s response to treatment? Rachael Smith investigates.
Jack Craig explores the link between keeping fit and staying sharp.
Nina Kratky debunks the alleged benefits of juice cleanses and whether you should do one (Spoiler: you shouldn’t).
Ricardo Sanchez Velazquez dissects into the possibility of the emergence of another pandemic caused by a well-known virus and the role we play in the prevention of this catastrophe.
The promotion of diet pills, laxative teas and weight-loss supplements is now the norm on social media. Siobhan McGeechan explores this phenomenon in relation to social media influencers, specifically how their promotion of these products may be affecting not just the mental health but also the physical health of their followers.
Salvia Novianti Widjaja talks about the interesting interactions of garlic and onions in the mechanisms of breast cancer