A recent case in Belgium, in which a man took to social media to ask for a kidney, is raising questions about who can ethically donate.
After getting a patent for giving robots personalities last month, Google now wants to unleash an army of robots on the world.
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If you’re a woman with a body that isn’t aesthetically pleasing to men, this insult may be familiar. But nothing infuriates such a man more than a fat woman who...
Children have to learn how to rely on themselves, because Momma and Daddy are not always going to be there.
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Young people need to see they can be free to choose from the full range of careers, not the gendered range that has been cultivated in books, media, toys and...
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Low-cost street lights are brightening up public spaces and creating a safer environment for women in Bogotá, Colombia.
If I was prime minister for a day, in that primary-school hypothetical, I would make two-up illegal again, writes Oliver Watts.
Children’s fondness for online sharing is a global phenomenon, but we need to move away from simply judging and reprimanding, writes Joanne Orlando.
An effective treatment for baldness may come from plucking a certain number of hairs – in a specific formation – from the scalp, writes Cheng-Ming Chuong.
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