According to a new study, Americans are actually getting more sleep by ditching nighttime leisures likes reading a book or watching TV before bed.
A new study published Thursday in the Science journal describes a new non-invasive blood test that can identify signs of eight types of cancer before any symptoms show up.
Cybersecurity experts have linked North Korea to an apparent attack on South Korean cryptocurrency exchanges, claiming that Pyongyang’s black hats used the same malware code that was unleashed against Sony in 2014.
Scientists have not yet seen a single newborn right whale off the Southeast US coast, even though it is seven weeks into the endangered species’ calving season.
On Friday, nine members of a television crew that tried to smuggle a fake explosive device past security officials at Newark Liberty International Airport were charged, according to reports by nj.com.
Nowadays people can hide almost any imperfection with the help of plastic surgery and make-up. However, being “humanly beautiful” is not enough for some individuals – they invest maximum effort to transform themselves into living dolls. Take a look at some of the most famous Barbies and Kens who have chosen a fantastic “life in plastic”.
A British beauty blogger and model, Amena Khan, has called the new collaboration “game changing,” as she is the first woman who wears a hijab to be a part in a major hair ad campaign.
A company based in Nottingham, England called Stem Protect says that ”natural” cosmetic surgery can be performed using a combination of obtaining fat from liposuction and healthy stem cells from the patient's own body.
Britain's National Health Service is still facing unsustainable, endemic financial problems despite being given a number of one-off payments designed to stablize its position, according to an official report published on Friday, January 19.
Rats have long had a tarnished reputation for allegedly introducing the "Black Death" to Scandinavia. Although their role in spreading the plague has been debated and debunked, their ever-growing populations in Nordic cities are known to cause a lot of damage and drain a boatload of municipal resources.
The 77-year-old Pele was scheduled to attend Sunday night’s tribute dinner at the Savoy Hotel in London, but his condition has forced him to cancel the trip to the UK.
In one of the most damning reports ever on a British penal institution, living conditions at HMP Liverpool have been described by inspectors as the worst they can ever recall in an official report published on January 19, 2018.
A group of Syrian volunteers from an organization called Pulse of Life have decided to delight their compatriots with street art. The idea was to distract them from sad post-war thoughts and bring a smile to their faces. Sputnik Arabic spoke with the artists about their work and how it impacts their community.
Wary of the recent spate of terror attacks in Europe and the ongoing violence in the Middle East, US authorities have toughened controls on the country’s borders.
The spread of violent crime and gangland violence in Sweden's numerous no-go zones has become so dramatic that even Prime Minister Stefan Löfven, a staunch defender of the so-called "Swedish model," suggested that using the military to uphold law and order in the Nordic nation's most troubled areas may be necessary.
Building and operating multistage sorters for enriching uranium used in nuclear power plants requires major investment. MEPhI researchers have calculated performance criteria that could lower construction costs for plants of this kind.
Susan Braudy said the incident took place when she was running the New York office of Douglas’ production company. She claimed the actor asked her to sign a confidentiality agreement. Earlier, Douglas preemptively denied the claims as a "complete lie."
Australia reports what is believed to be the first ever use of drones in an emergency rescue of swimmers.
A report by the World Economic Forum named extreme weather conditions the number one global threat, a position usually occupied by economic risks. Radio Sputnik contacted Richard Allan, professor of Climate Science and joint head of the Department of Meteorology in the University of Reading, for comment on whether the threat is actually real.
Turns out one of the most anticipated books of 2018 could be heading to the small or big screen.
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