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Why it costs £73,000 to educate a child
The amount spent on schools in the UK is a source of frequent controversy. So, where does all the money for educating the country's children go?
Why late-night eating may hurt your heart
Late-night meals may take a toll on heart health, a new study suggested.
Why are so many Italians against vaccines?
Italy’s populist coalition has been criticized in recent days for rowing back on a law that made 10 vaccines compulsory for children.
Why climate activists cannot agree if we should be having fewer children
As of the start of this month, we have consumed as much of the Earth’s natural resources so far in 2018 as we should have done for an entire year.
Why does India's air look different from space?
There is something very distinct about the air over India and the surrounding countries in South Asia.
Why society needs more troublemakers
It’s sweet to be agreeable—but what a vibrant, healthy society really needs is principled troublemakers.
Why stress makes you fat
By Dr. Michael Mosley
Why Australia has greatest diversity of avian life
If you live in Australia, you may not realize how unique and special the birds around you are. The continent was perhaps the most important for the evolution of modern birds, with a majority of the world’s species tracing their ancestry here.
Why hot water freezes faster than cold water
A team of researchers from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, the Universidad de Extremadura and the Universidad de Sevilla have defined a theoretical framework that could explain the Mpemba effect, a counterintuitive physical phenomenon revealed when hot water freezes faster than cold water.
Why youngest siblings are most likely to be parents' favorite
In the battle of the siblings, fighting for their parents’ attention, it is often presumed that the first-born is the favorite. How can you compete with their very first child, after all?
Why we yawn when others in the room do
Ever wondered why we catch a yawn even if we are not tired? An area of our brain responsible for motor function may be to blame, a study suggested.
Why the cheetah is a champion sprinter
They're the sprinters of the animal world — cheetahs on land, falcons in the air and marlins in the sea.
Why women should have more babies, sooner
New research via the National Center for Health Statistics shows the US fertility rate is at a record low. With the exception of the over-30 crowd, fewer women across almost all age groups and ethnicities are having babies.
How and why does light affect sleep?
Many studies have explored the effects of light on the circadian rhythms of plants and animals, including humans. But few have looked at the direct effects of light on sleep.

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