In a drawing room above his laboratory, chemist Humphry Davy threw quite the soiree. But his nitrous oxide parties were more than a rollicking good time: they led to the discovery of anaesthesia.
Immense loneliness is building around the world — and with it, our anxiety about solving the problem. But what if we've been thinking about it the wrong way? What if we thought of it as a human signal that can be dealt with through medication, asks James Norman.
Less is more for both children and adults when it comes to brushing your pearly whites, according to the Australian Dental Association. Here's how much they say you should be using.
Halouma Pittock has a rare form of cancer and spends $4,500 every three weeks for an immunotherapy drug which is not subsidised by the PBS.