College-educated Americans are increasingly uninterested in teaching jobs so Arizona has begun to recruit from abroadOn a recent sweltering morning in a public high school in a dusty town in the central Arizona desert, students in an advanced physics class hovered over beakers and flame-testing dishes. With each experiment,
Governments should consider advising people to abstain entirely, say authorsEven the occasional drink is harmful to health, according to the largest and most detailed research carried out on the effects of alcohol, which suggests governments should think of advising people to abstain completely. The uncompromising message comes from the authors
Tourists and locals urged to prepare for extreme heat as hot air moves up from AfricaThe first heatwave of the summer has hit Spain, pushing temperatures past 40C (104F) and prompting health warnings for locals and tourists alike as the country begins its August holiday. Spains meteorological office, Aemet, said
Entrepreneurs across the country are racing to capitalise on drugs legalisationScientists in a small Ontario laboratory are testing enzymes and experimenting with fermentation. Their techniques are not new, but their focus is a first. They are developing what is being described as the worlds first beer brewed from cannabis.
US delegation to the World Health Assembly reportedly deployed threats to try to browbeat nations into backing off the resolutionAdvocates for improved nutrition for babies have expressed outrage over reports that the Trump administration bullied other governments in an attempt to prevent the passage of an international resolution promoting breastfeeding.
Photographer Christian Sinibaldi captures the joy and despair in British living rooms, as fans from Iceland to Iran, Serbia to South Korea, support their teamsWhen Christian Sinibaldi turned up at homes across England to photograph fans watching the World Cup, he was overwhelmed by every nationalitys hospitality. And their food,
Agency rejects court ruling which pointed to warning labels and says in statement: Coffee does not pose a significant cancer riskCalifornia officials, having concluded coffee drinking is not risky, are proposing a regulation that will essentially tell consumers they can drink without fear. If the regulation is adopted, it would
Consumer rights group sues brewery for using the word bekoemmlich which implied its beer was wholesomeBeer cannot be marketed as beneficial, a German top court has ruled after a consumer rights group sued a brewery on the basis that its advertising falsely suggested health benefits. The row with the