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A brief history of Christmas Pudding – and why it can actually be quite...

Even in these hard and strange times, Christmas will be celebrated and traditions upheld. And for many British households, Christmas dinner would not be complete...

Christmas turkey: is dark meat or white meat best?

Turkey, the traditional festive bird features as number three on the “foods consumed at Christmas” list, after roast potatoes and carrots. Yet not all parts...

Why Facebook antitrust case relies so heavily on Mark Zuckerberg’s emails

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s own words play a starring role in the government’s case to break up his social network. “It is better to buy...

How to keep COVID-safe this Christmas

It’s Christmas 2020 and COVID-19 is unfortunately still here. Many people will be visiting loved ones, including vulnerable family members. So, to try to keep...

What’s the best way to cut Christmas cookies?

At some point in life, most people have stood over a rolled-out slab of cookie dough and pondered just how to best cut out...

Cambridge Dictionary names ‘quarantine’ Word of the Year 2020

‘Quarantine’ has defeated 'lockdown' and 'pandemic' to be crowned Word of the Year 2020 after data showed it to be one of the most...

How to have a safe holiday season during the COVID-19 pandemic

With the holidays fast approaching, many people are wondering if it is possible to safely celebrate during a pandemic. Should you visit relatives or have...

How to deal with election stress to protect your heart

Election stress is in full effect and it can take a heavy toll on our heart health. Stressful situations produce a surge of hormones in...

How to vote safely during the pandemic

While an early voting surge has lightened the potential load on polling places, many people will show up at polling locations to cast ballots...

Why scary movies are helping some people cope with the pandemic

If you’re dealing with anxiety in 2020, could watching a horror movie make you feel better? University of Chicago graduate student Coltan Scrivner says the...