Personality

  • Life

    The science behind a sneeze: everyone’s is different, but why?

  • Life

    Always late? Science says it proves something incredible about you…

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    Life

    The deep-rooted reason why certain work colleagues annoy you

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  • Food

    What your favourite sweet says about you

    Who knew that a preference for pear drops could reveal so much?

    In partnership with
    Fruitella
  • Life

    This is what really happens to your brain when you gossip

    Are you a gossip? Science says it could actually be a very good thing...

    Posted by
    Kayleigh Dray
    Published
  • Life

    Why you should cherish your frenemies, according to science

    Read this before you embark on your next friend cull

    Posted by
    Kayleigh Dray
    Published
  • Food

    Quiz: what kind of cheese are you most like?

    This might just be our cheesiest personality quiz of all time…

    Posted by
    Kayleigh Dray
    Published
  • Life

    Taking multiple selfies fuels this dubious character trait

    Brace yourselves for the results of an eye-opening new study

    Posted by
    Anna Brech
    Published
  • Life

    The one tell-tale sign of a narcissist

    (It's not what you would expect)

    Posted by
    Anna Brech
    Published
  • Life

    Why being born in September could be very good for your career

    Good news for all the September babies out there

    Posted by
    Kayleigh Dray
    Published
  • Life

    This is how your personality will change as you get older

    If you’ve always suspected you’ll be different as an old lady, you were right.

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
    Published
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    Life

    New study suggests poor eyesight means higher intelligence

    Wearing glasses might actually mean that you're smarter than your pals

    Posted by
    Grace Allen
    Published
  • Books

    The beautiful books that speak volumes to introverts

    All hail the quietly powerful

    Posted by
    Caroline Carpenter
    Published
  • Life

    What kind of Netflix binger are you?

    Identify yourself within our highly scientific categories

    Posted by
    Anna Brech
    Published
  • Food

    Here’s what the wine you drink says about you

    Or your ‘vinotype’, if you please

    Posted by
    Jasmine Andersson
    Published
  • Careers

    Why the quietest colleague in the office may have the last laugh

    How to deal with feeling drowned out

    Posted by
    Amy Swales
    Published
  • Life

    People with blue eyes share this personality trait, say scientists

    It seems as if the eyes really are the window to the soul

    Posted by
    Kayleigh Dray
    Published
  • Careers

    How to spot if your boss has psychopathic tendencies

    “The most obvious, immediate behaviour is that they lie”

    Posted by
    Anna Brech
    Published
  • Life

    Fail your driving test the first time? It might not be your fault

    Science says there’s a reason some find it harder to shake their L-plates

    Posted by
    Kayleigh Dray
    Published
  • Life

    Quiz: what type of millennial are you?

    Because not all millennials are born equal, you know…

    Posted by
    Kayleigh Dray
    Published
  • Life

    What’s your Facebook personality? Study reveals four distinct types

    From the covert window shopper to the attention-craving selfie

    Posted by
    Anna Brech
    Published
  • Life

    Three ways to bounce back from life’s challenges

    Move onto the next chapter

    Posted by
    Anna Brech
    Published
  • Life

    Original and imaginative: the perks of people who like being alone

    Those who are unafraid of being single have 'greater self-esteem in relationships'

    Posted by
    Anna Brech
    Published