Monday, April 23, 2018

Donald Trump says he doesn’t blame China for taking advantage of America

President Donald Trump has criticised the “very one-sided and unfair” trade relationship between the US and China, but stopped short of castigating Chinese...

Slimming can cut breast cancer risk by up to one third, research finds

Losing weight can help women cut their breast cancer risk by up to a third, a study has found. Experts said “modest” weight loss significantly cuts the chances of developing the disease. Six...

Bresse is best: How to eat the world’s most expensive chicken

A tiny town in eastern France may seem a long way to travel for a plate of chicken, but it's worth it. I've come to the Michelin-starred Aux Terrasses in Tournus to...

Mentioning food on your online dating profile gets more matches, finds study

Crafting a strong online dating profile is undeniably an art. We know not to have too many group photos, lists of demands or - God forbid - bathroom selfies. But what should we...

South Korean universities offer dating courses as birth rate plummets

In a country experiencing one of the worst birth rates in the world, two South Korean universities are now offering courses that make it mandatory for students to date their classmates. Professors...

This is the reason you don’t really hate Mondays

People love to moan about Monday, but the evidence seems to paint a different picture. Ask an office worker, and you will likely be told that Mondays are insufferable. But ask a...

AstraZeneca hit by competition as drug sales fall in third-quarter

AstraZeneca’s drug sales fell again in the third quarter, hit by generic competition to former blockbusters like cholesterol pill Crestor, although the pace...

Cats recognise their owners’ voices but never evolved to care, says study

Japanese researchers tested cats' reactions to their owners, suggesting that because cats "domesticated themselves" they never needed to take notice Any cat owner will tell you that although they are sometimes kept...

Gold demand at eight-year low in third-quarter

Gold demand slid to its lowest in eight years in the last quarter as jewellery buying fell and inflows into bullion-backed exchange traded...

What if you never saw your colleagues in person again?

How telecommuting will shape our work and our minds In our new Augmented Reality column, BBC Capital will explore scenarios you might encounter in your not-so-distant future. First, we’re going to look...

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