Laughter is often called the best medicine. But take our word for it: not every hilarious prescription is created equal.
All hail the coffee nap: biology’s way of telling you it’s okay to be a lazy caffeine junkie.
Should there be laws to prosecute lying on a dating app?
Are you a gelotophobe or a gelotophile? New research shows that partners who enjoy being laughed at make for a happier relationship.
Disney are tying VR and movie merch with clothing that can simulate hugs, snakes, even a gut punch. Dibs not watching the showdown between Simba and Scar ever again…
A family in the UK has caused outrage after the world got wind of their Christmas dinner being a £17 per person event. Is it that big an insult to the tradition?
With the release of a new book that purportedly teaches people to be wittier, Gretel Killeen can’t help but wonder: is wit something that can be learned?
A 19-year old was fined for eating cereal whilst driving and another Perth driver was caught eating behind the wheel not long after – so what are the laws around eating and drinking while driving in NSW?
In the same year we celebrated 40 years of Space Invaders, we also saw how far gaming tech has come since, with the announcement of The Guts Game, a game which is played by swallowing a pill.
The impact of physical activity on our cognition is well known, but surprising new research suggests merely walking backwards can boost short term memory. Now where did we put those exercise shoes?
Happy Monday, rockstars. With job titles like “Wizard” and “Ninja” gaining traction, one can’t help wonder, is it the title or the workplace environment that inspires a motivated worker?
Cybersecurity experts are urging Austrians to take greater care online with instances of blackmail and privacy breaches on the rise.
Each week we sift through the internet in order to discover the truth in the lies. Why? Well, because we hate ourselves. So, did Elon Musk delete Facebook, or what?
According to a UK study, by the time our kids reach their teens, 1,300 images of them will exist online. The minds behind the data blame us. And fair enough. Anyone for a 38-month status update?
Cutting out the middleman entirely, the Chinese decided to replace their robotic newsreaders with AI versions of them. Could work.
Over in Canada, patients are treated with a heavy dose of free art. Considering the true value of the form against our everyday ailments, more of it, I say.
Once more we trudge through the mire of Fake News. This week, we find truth caffenated meat, Ellen’s biggest scam ever and Pharrell Williams going meta on Donald J. Trump.
According to the NSW Centre for Road Safety, only half of the serious injuries caused by road collisions are recorded road trauma statistics, because police and hospital records cannot be matched.
According to scientific research, your DNA presents clues as to when you’re going to die. Fortunately, it’s quite easy to figure out. So, who’s keen?
Over in America, one Clinton voter wanted to know why she lost the election. So, he created an app that openly shares your entire voting history. Seems sensible.
Fake News is the chocolate claw machine at the Leagues Club. You hope for the Toblerone of objective fact, but you invariably end up with the Turkish Delight of abject disappointment.