Doctors should be encouraging people to have smaller families for the sake of the environment, says GP
Spate of thefts means some insurers now insisting on secure off-road parking and that drivers buy security devices
Growing wealth divide allows career women who can afford childcare to have families, say US economists
Did you know that how your handwriting can reveal more than 5,000 personality traits?
A spate of recent cases involving public displays of affection highlight that, for some, it can be an emotive subject
Astronomers sound alarm after closure of the Australian early-warning program that spotted the Siding Spring comet
Retailers end up in the headlines year after year for offensive Halloween costumes. Where do we draw the line? And should we be outraged?
Allowing pets to snarl at strangers, threaten postal staff or terrify cats all punishable under laws coming into force on Monday
Controversial fashion designer says prices of products do not reflect their true impact on environment
The singer Pink has said she found it cute when her three-year-old blurted out the F-word. But how do other parents cope with their potty-mouthed offspring? (Warning: contains swearing)
We have a new website for you. At least, it was new to us: ‘President of Russia’, the English version.
There will always be another leak, because there is always curiosity in the bodies of naked celebrity women. There is always danger in being an Other
With homemade body products, including lotions and scrubs, you can avoid questionable chemicals and feel like a wizard at the same time
With more than 70m users and a new promoted pins service, the online cork board can be used as a vehicle to grow your brand
Forget paint-by-numbers. As an artist in Berlin shows us, paint-by cars is where it's at.
Neil Armstrong, who died on Saturday, reminds us how little we remember about space exploration in the early 1970s.
You'll need to keep your drinks cabinet fully stocked for this one!
Been a long week ? Could you do with a little nap after lunch ?
Authors who improvise, like John Boyne, and those who meticulously pre-plan like Michelle Paver, all seem to benefit from thoughts they don’t know they’re having
Former Spice Girl in discussion with Department for Education about opening up institution specialising in business and the arts
Officials maintain a third of previous numbers will be caught and insist plan is scientifically sound
Austerity, not ignorance or laziness, lies at the heart of eating problems in the young
What is the correct number of children to have in order to avoid judgment or scrutiny from strangers? Is such a thing even possible?