According to a recently published UK study, use of essential oils might be enabling the abnormal growth of breasts in young boys.
Over in the UK, one rejected Tinder date exhibited some premium adulting, asking his date to refund the solitary drink he bought. Sigh.
The attachment theory attests that who we’re attracted to is often down on our experiences growing up. But, can we break that cycle?
One recent study made a staggering discovery, in that depression differs between male and female. As a result, differing treatment may be needed.
The booty is the holy grail of the posterior world. For those looking to exercise that possibility, see below. No ifs, ands, but plenty of butts.
After one recent study hyperbolically linked an increase in carbohydrates to an early death, I thought it best to add some salt to the situation.
To those looking to conceive, one American study believes you should probably lay off the soft drink. Save that for your insane pregnant cravings.
We all possess bad habits, but one psychiatrist believes that we can break them through the medium of mindfulness.
With Brain Awareness Week around the corner, it’s probably a good idea to reflect on our brain health, and the ways that we can better look after it. We only get one, y’know.
According to one recent Deakin University study, it seems the question of obesity is one diet as well as the financial means that enable it.
On the back of long-running research that proves that chronic disease in the child starts with the mother, the next step is solving the issue at large.
Consider your bias confirmed. According to numerous studies, Coffee, the god liquid, helps your fight against numerous awful diseases.
We all love getting wrecked on confirmation bias. This week, it seems that those who drink more live longer. There’s a caveat, but don’t worry about that.
While the Winter Olympics might have climaxed, both Tinder and PornHub have discovered a rather dirty (open) secret.
Thanks to a pioneering new method, one Australian trial is looking to eliminate peanut allergies in our kids forever.
What does the next generation think of today’s issues? The Big Smoke’s Next Gen program publishes Australian students mentored by TBS writers. Today, Bailey Mason calls out those who deign to call themselves environmentalists.
One Australian study has reached a climax in deciding which gender experiences the better orgasm. O, I need a cigarette.
Epigenetics is the latest scientific theory that believes that the trauma we suffer can be passed on to our children on a biological level.
The problem of Indigenous suicide is one that demands our attention. Despite the awful figures, change is at hand, but progress is slow.
Above all others, Diabetes is quickly becoming the issue harming most Victorians, with doctors particularly concerned about undiagnosed cases.
In a bent piece of fitspiration, one Ashley Madison survey discovered those who cheat are apparently far fitter. Remember: You’re not fat, you’re faithful.