The Global Burden of Disease study indicated mental health and substance use disorders were significant causes of poor health across the world, particularly major depressive disorders.
"Women get bored of having sex with their partner after just a year together, a new study suggests," is the rather crass story in the Mail Online. The news is based on research that actually found multiple factors increased the likelihood of both men and women reporting a lack of interest in sex.
Google's Pixel 2 phones will be announced at a 9 a.m. event in San Francisco on Oct. 4. Plenty has leaked about them already, although as usual, some of the most prominent rumors— such as the use of a "Snapdragon 836" CPU—are probably wrong. Here's what we think we know.
Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government rescinded a visiting fellowship offered to Chelsea Manning, the former military intelligence analyst who spent seven years in prison for leaking classified government secrets, after the university faced forceful backlash from CIA Director Mike Pompeo among others.
LONDON — Britain was hit by another terrorist attack on Friday morning, when an explosion on a crowded London Underground train injured several commuters, sowed panic, disrupted service and drew a heavy response from armed police officers and emergency workers.
SEOUL/TOKYO (Reuters) - North Korea fired a missile that flew over Japan’s northern Hokkaido far out into the Pacific Ocean on Friday, South Korean and Japanese officials said, deepening tension after Pyongyang’s recent test of its most powerful nuclear bomb.
Researchers studying the flu vaccine in pregnancy have found a hint of a possible link between miscarriage early in pregnancy and the flu vaccine in women who received a certain version of the vaccine two years in a row.
Modi meets Abe in Japan, almost a year after the Indian leader picked Japan as a partner for the nation's first line -- a 980-billion-rupee ($15 billion) rail linking Mumbai and Ahmedabad, roughly the distance from Paris to London.
MINSK, Belarus — Russia on Thursday kicked off a week-long military exercise with its ally Belarus that have its NATO neighbors and the United States watching anxiously, but actually addresses one of Moscow’s primary fears.