If you were told the reaction to a simple social media meme could influence — and possibly even shape — your perceptions of truth, would you believe it? Researchers from the Australian National University say you should.
Around the world, people are taking to the waves as part of their treatment for mental illness. Advocates of surf therapy say it's a way to draw people out of dark places, and world champion surfer Layne Beachley couldn't agree more.
Tradition dictates that we start putting up the Christmas decorations on December 1, but all that's changing as social media feeds our desire for an earlier start to a longer festive period.
We have a growing appetite for investigative true crime podcasts. But why are we so obsessed with them — and is it helping us develop a deeper understanding of the justice system?
More than 150 children were not accounted for in the nationwide search for the daughter of convicted baby murderer Keli Lane, and according to documents obtained by the ABC, the NSW Office of Public Prosecutions could not rule out the possibility the child could be alive.
Gary Nunn had long accepted he didn’t like getting up early. But with neuro linguistic programming, he found he could change his life through repetition and the right words
From online communities to boot camps, people are seeking help for problem gaming. But what do we know about the best way to treat it?
Artificial intelligence more accurately predicts outcomes for people at high risk of psychosis in a new study, and could change the way we organise health care.