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A trick of the eye could cause trouble for police line-ups.
They may be learning digital skills, but at what cost to their happiness?
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Do you spend eight hours of your working day actually working? Why?
During and after the often-agonizing election season that recently left the United States in shreds, many Americans found themselves overwhelmed by negative, insulting, and pe imistic language on soci...
Does the 'Limitless' drug actually exist?
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If you’ve recently had a drink, we have some terrible news for you.
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Children's reading habits are declining and, for once, it's not only technology to blame. Parents and schools are being urged to create 'reading communities' and allow children to choose their own boo...
A former sparkie is one of a record eight indigenous students to graduate from the University of NSW's medicine degree this week. Byron Bay local and Torres Strait Islander Justin Keevers told The Huf...
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The disappointment of receiving a lower than expected ATAR or mi ing out on a main round offer for a dream course can be a time of overwhelming sadne and confusion for many students. For some, it mig...
All I could see in those little black numbers was the degree I would not be studying, my five year plan not even falling apart but simply, unequivocally vanished. However, far more deeply etched into the woman I am today, are experiences I had in my final year of school that had nothing to do with my academic achievements.
You've probably complained about your sneezing, sniffling co-worker, until you're the one to coming into work with a cold. Germs seem to spread in the office as mightily as they did back in grade sch...
Australia is not as cla le as we think. Or at least we’re more willing to identify ourselves as part of one cla or another, despite the myth Australia is a cla le society. New research released by...