Stonehenge, South West of England

Stonehenge: project reveals secrets of what lies beneath

One-Minute Read Wed 10 Sep, AT 13:07

Archaeologists say discovery of new monuments 'fundamentally changes' how we view Stonehenge

Hundreds of patients 'wake up' during surgery

One-Minute Read Wed 10 Sep, AT 10:52

The rare phenomenon which leaves patients feeling 'buried alive' could cause long-term psychological problems

Depressed lonely man by window

Mental health report: the crisis at home and abroad

Briefing Tue 9 Sep, AT 09:48

1 in 4 will suffer a mental illness and a quarter of them go untreated. That costs the UK £100bn, a new report says

Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking: 'God particle' could destroy entire universe

One-Minute Read Mon 8 Sep, AT 15:43

The Higgs boson particle could cause time and space to collapse at high energies, warns the physicist

A supermoon rises behind a Greek temple

Supermoon 2014: what it is and how to see it

Briefing Mon 8 Sep, AT 14:34

Everything you need to know ahead about the last supermoon of 2014, which falls tomorrow

A farm in Lebanon

Global food security 'threatened by Middle East conflict'

One-Minute Read Mon 8 Sep, AT 14:15

Wild ancestors of food crops growing in the region's 'fertile crescent' could hold key to feeding the world

New deep-sea 'mushrooms' puzzle for scientists

One-Minute Read Thu 4 Sep, AT 12:23

Discovery of unusual new species could mean scientists have to completely 'reshape the tree of life'

A social worker and an elderly person

Radical review proposes free social care and NHS merger

One-Minute Read Thu 4 Sep, AT 10:35

Commission proposes rise in National Insurance to fund social care for people with 'critical' needs

Kids take their school meals

Free school meals for infants: are schools ready?

Briefing Tue 2 Sep, AT 12:28

Scheme will create a 'level playing field' among pupils, but others argue the money could have been better spent

skin cancer

Skin cancer: 'worrying' rise in hospital cases

One-Minute Read Tue 2 Sep, AT 09:18

Doctors blame affordable foreign holidays and sun beds as the public refuses to take the risks seriously

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