‘Mini Sphinx’ statue with a ‘soft smile’ and two dimples

A new sphinx-like statue that may be a depiction of the Roman emperor Claudius has been unearthed in Egypt, the country’s tourism and antiquities ministry said on Monday.

Vishwam Sankaran
Published November 19, 2023

Extreme global warming could eventually wipe out humans, first-ever supercomputer

Extreme global warming will likely wipe all mammals – including humans – off the face of the Earth in 250 million years, according to a


Published September 27, 2023
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Eating too much ‘free sugar’ has 45 negative health effects,

There are at least 45 good reasons to cut back

By Kristen Rogers

Migraines to cluster headaches: The most painful headaches you could

Imagine waking up with a slight headache and finding that

By Susie East

Your intuition is real. Here’s how to strengthen it

Many high performers across sports, business and the arts will tell you they swear by their intuitive sense. It allows them to make decisions, often

By Dana Santas
Published October 24, 2022

Will Omicron end the pandemic? Here’s what experts say

Seven weeks after the Omicron variant was first reported, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned of a “tidal wave” of infection washing from west to

By David Adam
Published February 2, 2022

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Why nighttime heat can be so dangerous – and why

Summers are getting hotter than ever, shattering all-time high temperature

By Rachel Ramirez

Youth activists petition UN to declare ‘systemwide climate emergency’

Greta Thunberg and youth climate activists from around the world are filing a legal petition to the UN secretary-general urging him to declare a “system-wide

By The Guardian
Published November 12, 2021

World’s deepest hole offers ‘inexhaustible clean energy

A US company is planning to dig the world’s deepest hole in order to tap an inexhaustible supply of geothermal energyfrom the Earth’s crust. MIT-spinoff Quaise

By Anthony Cuthbertson
Published March 17, 2022