Take longer to wear off, too.
Stick it up somewhere and control it by Bluetooth.
Bagpipes and other wind instruments produce beautiful music, but they can also be prime breeding grounds for mould and fungi.
That’s a good thing, right?
If you don't remember Blue Peter doing this story once every few years during the 1980s.
And the clickbait-iest headline of the day award goes to....
Our poor, inadequate penises.
An astonishing breakthrough.
The prototype takes advantage of the metal probes that are used to deliver the actual shock. Functionally, they work very similar to the probes used by doctors to capture a patient’s electrocardiogram.
We talk to the people behind the flabby, nipple-covered lump with a bulbous-head that did the rounds last month, and learn that it's more than just an un-pretty face.
This traditional farming community practices some old school living techniques that researchers think have health advantages.
Damaged vision, memory loss, sleep deprivation and weight gain – all because of phones and computers? We ask the experts about the common health complaints caused by over reliance on gadgetry.
This amoeba normally feeds on bacteria, but if it enters into humans, it uses the brain as a food source.
If you’re an avid runner who can’t be separated from their email inbox, the M600 might be the fitness-focused smartwatch you’ve been looking for.
It’s drilled into us that we need to floss daily to prevent gum disease and cavities. But as a recent investigation by the Associated Press reveals, the benefits of dental floss are largely unproven.
Not available on the NHS... yet.
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