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Just when people were starting to relax in Japan, they are hit again by another earthquake.
June is a wonderful and vibrant month of the year for a huge variety of food. Read on to see what’s at its peak just now.
Michael Faraday changed the way we think of electricity and its possible applications. This biography looks at the man behind the reputation.
Broth is a comfort food, a warming, hearty and tasty meal in itself. While the weather remains blustering and there’s a chill in the air, why not treat yourself to this healthy, hearty soup?
What exactly is seasonality and why should we be buying seasonally?
This recipe is simple, cheap, healthy and very easy to make. Why not try this perfect Spring-time vegetarian recipe?
Robert Louis Stevenson is best known as a writer and famous son of Edinburgh. He is less well known for his love of travel and deep affection for Scotland as a whole.
A new and exciting television show aired for the first time last night (Sunday) and is looking to be a hit.
Currently in season, wild garlic is a little known delicacy that goes with almost anything. Read on to find out what it is, how to eat it, and just how versatile it is.
A desktop wallpaper is, in its simplest state, the picture background on your computer screen. Read on to find out how to bring Spring to your computer.
One of the biggest hurdles when you get to university is eating within your financial limits. This means cooking for yourself, rather than going out or grabbing a take away. This article looks into ways to do this as cheaply and healthily as possible.
The Amur Leopard, also called the Manchurian Leopard, and the Far East Leopard, is the most endangered big cat in the world. There are only 35 members of this species left in the wild and it has been classed as critically endangered.
Mr Hahnemann was born in 1755, on the 10th of April. He was born in Meissen in East Germany (what was then Saxony). Samuel Hahnemann was raised during a time of great change, of revolution, enlightenment and reason and was the founder of Homeopathy as we know it..
Heading to university can be a daunting experience. You can never be too prepared for your first year. This article hopes to touch on a few more important aspects of university life.
Kilauea is a volcano is Hawaii, classed as a shield volcano. Read on to discover what this type of volcano is and what this new activity means for Hawaii.
Who were the Picts? How long did they inhabit Scotland? Very little is known about this group of ancient Scots, what little we do know was written by the Romans and Vikings. Read on to discover a little of these elusive people.
Many people going to university this year will need to learn to budget for the first time in their lives. Here are 10 tips to aid in this process.
When someone you care about becomes ill, most people drop everything and rush to their aid. During these times, we tend to focus on that person and forget about our own health.
As we approach exam times, we also need to think of what we want to do when we leave school. If you want to continue your education to a university (or college) level, you need to be looking at places now. Read on to find out the best way to find the right place for you.
It’s approaching that time of year when applications need to be made to Universities and we start to think about what we want to do with the rest of our lives. Read on to discover how to do this with as little fuss as possible.
Purines are an important chemical component in our genes but when we eat too many foods containing purines, we put ourselves at risk and illness can occur. Read on to find out more.
Since Steven Jobs, co-founder and CEO of Apple, announced his health issues, Apple shares momentarily dropped as many shouted that he should have been keeping the public, and the shareholders informed of any issues. Read on to find out why.
Beetroots have long been highly regarded in Eastern Europe, in fact, Russians have one of the highest rates of longevity in the world, and many people feel it’s down to their consumption of beetroot! Read on to find out why.
In the Western world, TB, Rickets, Scurvy, Typhoid are all making a comeback. Thought to have been eradicated in the West, these diseases are on the rise again with the increase in poverty. Read on to find out why, and what we can do to protect ourselves.