US president-elect Donald T rump leaves a meeting at One World Trade Center in New York on Friday. Photograph: Sam Hodgson/The New York Times

The intelligence agencies’ report on the Russian intervention in the US presidential election portrays it as just one piece of an old-fashioned Soviet(...)

Brexit: Theresa May could use negotiations to redraw UK politics. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/PA Wire

This week’s abrupt resignation of Sir Ivan Rogers as the United Kingdom’s ambassador to the European Union has cast a harsh spotlight on the apparent (...)

The researchers say full-sugar soft drinks account for a third of UK teens’ sugar intake, and are a major cause of increasing rates of obesity and Type 2 diabetes

Sipping a diet drink as a way to escape the Christmas sugar binge is a waste of time and money, according to a team of researchers. Going “sugar-fre(...)

A British man with HIV undergoing a pioneering treatment to cure him of the disease has shown “remarkable” progress, doctors have claimed. Scientists(...)

Members of the Czech quick reaction forces take part in an anti-terrorism drill. According to a 2014 study, people with poor self-reported health were less likely to show sympathies for terrorism.  Photograph: David W Cerny

With the recent wave of terrorist attacks in Europe has come a worrying trend. Many of the perpetrators, especially the lone ones, had a reported his(...)

New research is believed to be the first to indicate that an unhealthy diet alters the baby’s DNA in a way that might lead to brain changes and later ADHD.

A diet high in fat and sugar during pregnancy may be linked to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children with behavioural problems early in(...)

Director Lenny Abrahamson has made some of the most astute images of 21st-century Dublin and its buildings in Adam & Paul (starring Tom Murphy and Mark O’Halloran, pictured) and What Richard Did.

Ever since New York established the Mayor’s Office of Motion Pictures and Television in 1966, cities worldwide have sought to develop and shape their (...)

Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the U.K. opposition Labour party, leaves after launching his leadership campaign at the Institute of Education in London, U.K., on Thursday, July 21, 2016.  Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Policies are the staple of political debate, but every so often, the focus shifts from ‘what is to be done?’ to ‘who should be in charge of doing it?’(...)

“Speakers will be addressing topics like security, how to deploy technology successfully, the latest clinical equipment,” says Richard Corbridge of the HSE

More than 1,500 delegates will gather in Dublin’s Citywest Convention Centre on May 26th and 27th next to discuss some of the main health issues facin(...)

A  group based at the University of California San Diego conducted lens replacement procedures on rabbits and on macaques before using the same procedure in 12 children, all under the age of two. File photograph: Getty Images

Twelve children in the US have had their vision restored to normal after the lenses in their eyes had been removed because of cataracts. Replacement(...)

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