Almost 9,000 cycles in which eggs or embryos were frozen were completed in 2018, up from 1,500 five years earlier, according to the Human Fertilisation…Read More Number of women ‘freezing’ eggs or embryos soars, IVF figures show
Adam Frost’s name and face has been added to the ever-growing list of gardeners on the BBC’s flagship gardening show, Gardeners’ World. The Essex native…Read More Gardeners’ World: How Adam Frost’s brutal confession explains love of flowers
Bryce Harper's first Father's Day was an extra-special one this year! The Philadelphia Phillies player, 27, announced Monday that he and his wife Kayla are…Read More 'Girl Dad!' Philadelphia Phillies' Bryce Harper and Wife Kayla Expecting a Daughter
The letter, hand delivered to 10 Downing Street, warns that “lives are being put at risk” and that action is needed immediately. It comes as new…Read More SHOCK WARNING: 10 MILLION on NHS waiting lists within MONTHS
The Sun and Moon will cross paths this weekend, creating a beautiful ring of fire eclipse in the skies. On Sunday, June 21, the Moon…Read More Solar eclipse 2020: When was the last eclipse over the UK?
A study of 2,000 adults currently working from home found more than a third are doing longer hours now than before the lockdown. As a…Read More Brits are most likely to feel a dip in energy levels by lunchtime
We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. Ms McGovern…Read More BBC boss’s shock snub to Steph McGovern exposed: ‘You’re too common!’
The coronavirus outbreak has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). Since its emergence, the virus has killed more than 210,000 people…Read More Coronavirus symptoms: How to tell if it’s NOT cold or flu – The key signs YOU have virus
Best known for his slot as presenter on the BBC’s Gardeners’ World, Monty Don has become something of a green-fingered legend. He has presented the…Read More Monty Don: Why Gardeners’ World host ‘feels like black sheep’ at Chelsea Flower Show
Research polling 2,000 Brits found more than 4,866 hours-a-year are spent glued to gadgets such as phones, laptops and televisions. This equates to an astonishing…Read More Average British adult spends the equivalent of 34 YEARS of their life staring at screens
The research, published in Nature on Tuesday, used high-resolution 3D imaging data to discover evidence of ancient rivers more than 3.7 billion years ago. And…Read More Life on Mars? Huge rivers flowed across Red Planet, says study – ‘Conditions were right’
The use of face masks and a potential ban on hot-decking are expected to be some Boris Johnson’s measures that he claims will give people…Read More How to improve your immune system ahead of returning to work after lockdown
The antibody, known as 47D11, identifies the virus’ “spike protein”, which it helps it to latch onto cells and insert its genetic material. Trials in mice…Read More Major scientific discovery sparks hopes coronavirus could be ‘blocked’ in body
Scientists world over have been working day and night to find an end for the deadly coronavirus, which has killed more than 26,000 people in…Read More Remdesivir: What is new coronavirus drug Remdesivir, what company makes it?
The research, documented in the journal Nature, was carried out in Morocco and it provides insight on how 50-foot-long Spinosaurus aegyptiacus lived. National Geographic science writer,…Read More Dinosaur discovery: 50-foot-long swimming dinosaur makes history in bizarre way
The paper, published in scientific journal Nature today, makes worrying reading for public health officials trying to reduce infections across the globe, with the number…Read More Coronavirus fear: COVID-19 may be airborne, says study
Dr Malcolm Kendrick said that in a desperate drive to clear out hospitals, Covid positive patients were discharged straight back into care homes causing havoc.…Read More Coronavirus latest: GP blames policy for care home death rise
After every disaster, we search for the bad decisions and missed warnings that allowed it to happen. We remember how Captain E. J. Smith of…Read More Why Taiwan was the only nation that responded correctly to coronavirus
Over 50s – especially those who are overweight – should be stricter when it comes to making sure they stay at home in order to…Read More ALL people over-60 urged to self isolate to protect NHS as they are ‘most at risk’
Since the coronavirus outbreak started spreading around the world, unearthed claims of how the COVID-19 virus began have circulated online. Almost 60 masts have been…Read More Coronavirus: Why do people think 5G and COVID-19 are linked?
Easter has arrived and Christians around the world celebrate Jesus Christ rising from the dead. Many often travel to see friends and family during the…Read More Easter 2020 wishes: Best WhatsApp messages to send your loved ones this Easter holiday
Mind, the mental health charity, and the NHS recommend five steps to improve your mental health and wellbeing. These include getting some exercise and connecting…Read More Coronavirus: How to look after your mental health during lockdown
Remdesivir has been hailed as a frontrunner in the search for an effective treatment for the virus. Around 150 patients will be recruited at NHS centres…Read More Coronavirus drug: British patients join the search for cure
The NASA astronaut’s photo was taken some 250 miles (402km) above the Earth. The picture was taken under the cover of night but you can…Read More NASA news: Astronaut snaps a picture of the UK from space – ‘Pretty rare to see’
As of March 19, the number of UK coronavirus cases has risen to 1,543. Professor Chris Whitty, England’s Chief Medical Officer, said on March 12…Read More Self isolation criteria: Can you still walk your dog if you self-isolate?
Scientists say people who take a regular low dose are 43 percent less likely to develop the disease. The drug also slashes death rates from any…Read More Liver cancer risk reduced by half after taking 1p-a-day tablet
Britain’s historic departure from the European Union on January 31 means the UK will no longer have access to Europe’s high precision GNSS signal. But…Read More Brexit news: Galileo proves EU ‘don’t want us to do well’ but Britain will thrive in space
The “cutting-edge” technology promises to slash space travel times and outperform conventional ion engines by a factor of a “1,000”. Richard Dinan, the CEO of…Read More Space travel breakthrough: This 100,000MPH plasma engine promises to cut travel to Mars
The so-called Havering Hoard is the single biggest collection of Bronze Age trinkets ever found in the UK capital. The Hoard contains a wide array…Read More Archaeology news: Rare Bronze Age discovery sheds light on London’s ancient dwellers
The Chief Medical Officer for England confirmed on Wednesday a ninth person in the UK was being treated for coronavirus. An estimated 60,335 people have…Read More Coronavirus UK: Virus is ‘extremely challenging to control’ as deaths and infections spike