After World War II, brands encouraged a throwaway culture that's now drowning the world in trash.
For him, the sea – no matter the weather – has always been calming, and continued to be a huge part of his life. Here he looks back at it's early influence on life and today
The long read: It’s the miracle ingredient in everything from biscuits to shampoo. But our dependence on palm oil has devastating consequences. Is it too late to break the habit?
The advent of portable technology has exploited our reptilian addiction switch like never before.
At Toronto Life, Katherine Laidlaw tells the story of Darryl Gebein, who got hooked one of the most dangerous opioids on the market.
.. Has America become a nation of psychotics? You would certainly think so, based on the explosion in the use of antipsychotic medications.
42% of active internet users now on RJio network: study
No matter how many studies show you’re wasting money and possibly harming your health, dietary supplement makers are selling their own version of science—and reality.
National Authority for the Campaign Against Alcohol and Drug Abuse (Nacada) has revealed that school children as young as four years old abuse drugs.
New NIBR President Jay Bradner shares on drug discovery, his leadership style and what’s next for his career in biomedical research.
Problem gambling among 11- to 16-year-olds is a serious public health issue, says Marc Etches, CEO of GambleAware
There's a reason you can't stop you head boppin' to block-rockin' beats, and why you can't get a song's hook out of your head.
In the age of streaming, an artist can endlessly tweak their masterpieces – but where does it end?
Since World War II, mass-produced items like plastic cups and plates have been targeted toward average consumers. Now, we’re hooked on them.
One can of Rip It shuttles roughly 100mg of caffeine into someone's system. It's cheap, effective, and in the military, as essential as ammunition.
"What problems do people have. It's not enough just to say we're going to be that community."
Manchester-based GP Rangan Chatterjee is helping to liberate people from the negative cycle of prescription drugs - especially when they don't work.
Discover the work of Howard Luck Gossage and his storytelling abilities.
It's a step in the right direction, but we still have a long way to go.
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