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| September 23, 2017
eiffel-tower

To mark the occasion, Parisians and tourists will be invited to take a picture of themselves and position it... More ››

| September 23, 2017
ritz-carlton1

Fringed by rainforests, the Ritz-Carlton, Langkawi is designed to blend in with its ocean-front surroundings on Langkawi island. More ››

| September 22, 2017
floating-trash

An online petition asking the UN to recognize an island of floating garbage as the planet's 196th country is... More ››

| September 21, 2017
selena-gomez

Her high profile red carpet appearances and subtle but striking image transformation have helped her navigate the path from... More ››

| September 21, 2017
tibet

The reason for the closure is due to the meeting of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party... More ››

| September 21, 2017
barbie

Barbie has undergone something of a brand transformation over the past few years, to include dolls with a variety... More ››

| September 19, 2017
breast-cancer

This therapeutic approach is high up on the agenda of oncology researchers, who are stepping up the pace of... More ››

| September 18, 2017
007-train-morroco

Edouard Kunz knows timekeeping is important but the former Swiss watch precision mechanic admits that James Bond's Oriental Desert... More ››

| September 18, 2017
emmy-awards

Television's biggest stars were dusting off their designer frocks and getting suited and booted Sunday for their chance to... More ››

| September 18, 2017
exercise

Most of us know how important getting enough exercise is, but with the fast pace of modern life, everyday... More ››

| September 18, 2017
IT

Record-setting horror film "It" continued its winning ways over the weekend, accounting for nearly three times the combined ticket... More ››

| September 17, 2017
pregnant-woman

New US research has found that pregnant women with endometriosis have an increased risk of complications during pregnancy and... More ››

| September 17, 2017
eye-exam

Physicians also remind parents that even a small change in vision can cause eye strain and affect a child's... More ››

| September 16, 2017
robot

Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli's voice soars to the rafters of the Tuscan theatre, but all eyes are on the... More ››

| September 16, 2017
binge-drinking

European research has found that binge drinking could have a worrying effect on the brains of young people, which... More ››

| September 16, 2017
A-fifth-of-global-deaths-linked-to-diet

Fewer children are dying before their fifth birthday and although humans are living longer than ever before, one in... More ››

| September 16, 2017
Google-Earth-VR

Google has released a new update that allows users to explore Street View imagery from 85 countries within Earth... More ››

| September 16, 2017
John-Wick-3

The third entry to action movie franchise "John Wick" is expected in US cinemas from May 17, 2019, according... More ››

| September 16, 2017
crazy-smokers

New research on mice has found that exposure to thirdhand smoke (THS), found inside homes and cars as well... More ››

| September 16, 2017
lose-weight

New US research has found that maintaining a healthy weight is one of the most important factors for keeping... More ››

| September 15, 2017
G

G-Shock has plenty of special events in store for 2018, since the Japanese brand celebrates its 35th anniversary in... More ››

| September 15, 2017
Vitamin-D

New large-scale European research has found that vitamin D levels in the blood could predict a person's future risk... More ››

| September 15, 2017
Dubai

Dubai, the glittering city of superlatives, has announced plans to build the world's first underwater luxury resort, modeled after... More ››

| September 15, 2017
Regular-exercise

New preliminary US research suggests that exercise could be part of an effective way of managing the chronic inflammatory... More ››

| September 15, 2017
Bangkok

Bangkok will be getting its first observation tower which, when complete, will be the tallest of its kind in... More ››

| September 14, 2017
kid

However, praising a child's specific behavior, such as saying they did well on a particular task, does not suggest... More ››

| September 12, 2017
Mud

Swapping his office garb for driving gear, businessman Vu Minh Hung readies for Vietnam's largest amateur off-road race, a... More ››

| September 12, 2017
exercise

Most of us would like a magic pill that guarantees good health, especially as we age. Although there is... More ››

| September 12, 2017
Cars

A boom in car-sharing could slash the number of vehicles on European roads by 80 million by 2030, a... More ››

| September 11, 2017
Movie-fall

A feminist plays tennis with a misogynist, a vice-president takes over in the wake of the assassination of JFK,... More ››

| September 11, 2017
Ginger

In the wake of a summer season in which temperatures bounced up and down, it could be that your... More ››

| September 11, 2017
Chery

Chery Automotive is one of China's most successful homegrown carmakers and since 1997 has been slowly building up to... More ››

| September 11, 2017
acupuncturist

Now that everyone is back from vacation, Relaxnews invites you to explore the world of alternative medicine. But which... More ››

| September 11, 2017
Street-soccer

If you live in a city don't think that this means your workouts are limited to pounding the pavement... More ››

| September 10, 2017
new-scents

Time to set aside summer fragrances; the light flowers and exotic fruits that remind us of gentle breezes on... More ››

| September 10, 2017
bmw

The BMW Concept X7 iPerformance is BMW's interpretation of a full-size, full-luxury SUV that aims to do battle with... More ››

| September 10, 2017
lgbt

An LGBTQ art exhibition billed as the first of its kind in Asia opened in Taiwan on Saturday, just... More ››

| September 10, 2017
E-cars

Hundreds of thousands of car enthusiasts are set to flock to Frankfurt's IAA motor show next week where auto... More ››

| September 10, 2017
Afghanistan

When the Taliban charged in to Afghanistan's state-run film company in the mid-1990s intent on destroying all the movies,... More ››

| September 10, 2017
dog-robot

If you don't dare to ask a friend, one Japanese start-up might have the answer with a new robot... More ››

| September 9, 2017
Warm-Antarctic-caves-harbour-secret-life

A secret world of animals and plants -- including unknown species -- may live in warm caves under Antarctica's... More ››

| September 9, 2017
marijuana

Canada's most populous province announced plans Friday to begin sales of marijuana in government-regulated shops and over the internet... More ››

| September 9, 2017
GAME OF THRONES

Taking into account figures for illegal streaming and downloading, the seventh season of HBO's fantasy epic has been pirated... More ››

| September 9, 2017
Insomnia

New UK research has found that treating insomnia with online cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) could in turn help treat... More ››

| September 9, 2017
Brie

Fans of French cheeses in China have received news they may find hard to digest: the country's food hygiene... More ››

| September 9, 2017
Cuddling

Letting a canine companion into the bedroom at night can divide couples and families. While some argue that all... More ››

| September 8, 2017
self-driving

Despite promises that self-driving cars are in the fast lane, it could be a long haul before they merge... More ››

| September 8, 2017
Sleep

New research has found that Chinese children who go to bed later and sleep less are more likely to... More ››

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