Science

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    Long Reads

    The truth about oldest, youngest and middle children, according to science

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    Dating

    The cold hard truth about love at first sight, according to psychologists

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    Sleep

    8 simple science-backed ways to transform your sleeping habits

Latest Stories

A woman whose brain works as a prism
Health

How neurohacking could help you to focus better while WFH (and no, it’s not as scary as it sounds)

Stylist spoke to the author of the new book Smarter Tomorrow to find out more.

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Lauren Geall
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Health

Meet the women who took on Covid-19 and won

Stylist meets Dr Catherine Green and Professor Sarah Gilbert, the scientists behind the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine.

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Stylist Team
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TV

Why we’re so drawn to Netflix’s The One and its unusual theories on love

Think you know everything there is to know about soulmates? Think again.

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Kayleigh Dray
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Lemon and ginger in hot water is thought of a super drink.
Nutrition

Unexpected food pairings to try for big nutritional benefits

A match made in culinary heaven.

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Jessica Harris
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Lauren Geall
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Why does time seem to fly when we’re having fun? A new study explains

Researchers have shed light on the science behind the well-known saying.

How to make a decision.
Life

Should you wait for “something better” to come along? Here’s the science behind it

New research has given us an insight.

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Hollie Richardson
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Coronavirus, Explained
Life

Coronavirus, Explained: a snapshot of Netflix’s enlightening new show

The documentary unpicks the science behind the global pandemic.

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Anna Brech
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Netflix Space Force
Long Reads

The gripping true stories of the Apollo 11 Space Wives

“You think going to the moon is hard, try staying at home...”

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Marisa Bate
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April 2020 Supermoon over London
Astrology

Supermoon April 2020: How it brought the world together

Did you look for last night’s pink moon? Many of us turned our heads skyward for a quiet moment of peace and reflection, all connected under the same sky.

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Ally Sinyard
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Life

The scientific reason why helping others makes you feel so good

Looking to boost your mood and make a difference? You’ve come to the right place.

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Hannah-Rose Yee
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Coffee cup and saucer
Life

Coffee actually does solve problems, so pour us another espresso

Is there anything it can't do?

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Heloise Wood
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Kayleigh Dray
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“How I got my job designing chocolate bars”

Have you designed an M&M to taste like hot cross buns recently? Then you’re seriously missing out...

Earth's wobble causes horoscopes to shift
Astrology

The Earth has shifted – and you now have a different star sign

Think you’re a Pisces? Think again.

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Kayleigh Dray
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Astrology

What does it really mean when we talk about Pisces season?

An explainer on this astrological concept.

Posted by
Hannah-Rose Yee
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Raise a glass to the wine
Life

The cheap wine hack that could save you bundles of cash

Make your cheap red plonk taste like a premium vintage.

Posted by
Kayleigh Dray
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A woman working as a scientist
Life

Female scientists don’t actually exist, according to the GCSE science curriculum

Women? In science? Never!

Posted by
Lauren Geall
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Long Reads

Why is it so hard to maintain friendships as we get older?

Our social circles shrink at the age of 25. But why does this happen, and what can we do about it?

Posted by
Amber Bryce
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Life

Looking to make some new friends in 2020? This is how long it really takes

Want to make a new friend? Get ready to put in some serious work.

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Susan Devaney
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Wendy Wood
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This is the key to making good habits stick, according to science

It's all about that magic word: friction.

Life

Why we should all be walking during our lunch breaks, according to psychologists

How making the most of your lunch breaks can help improve your work life.

Posted by
Aiden Wynn
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