Some sunscreens offer very limited protection against dangerous sunrays during use and may even be harmful.
Researchers in the UK and Africa have teamed up to help tea producers better understand future climate risks in a bid to reduce crop damage.
Light Night Leeds 2021 marks the start of a season of events to honour the work and achievements of physicist Sir William Henry Bragg.
A simple form of talking therapy reduced loneliness in older people left isolated during the pandemic, initial results of a new study have revealed.
Two new Executive Deans will join the University community at the start of 2022.
Employers have yet to adapt to the flexible working revolution sweeping through the UK’s offices, new research has shown.
Automated vehicles could be made more pedestrian-friendly thanks to new research which could help predict when people will cross the road.
New research shows that behaviour frequently associated with ADHD, such as inattentiveness, can contribute to lower earnings over time.
A campaign that urged GPs to ‘think-twice’ before putting a patient on opioid medicines is effective in reducing opioid prescribing in primary care, according to the findings of a major study.
People living with overweight or obesity are experiencing stigma and discrimination from healthcare workers as well as uniformly worse healthcare than the general population, researchers say.