You 'apologises' for fake bald cover

You magazine has apologised for offending "some cancer survivors and their family members" with a controversial campaign.

Studying? Make time to mull over info

Letting the mind wander around recently learned information engages brain mechanisms that could enhance future learning, suggest researchers.

Let your brain track your calorie intake

Your brain may be able to caloric density of foods better than your wearable tracker's software platform.

Would you keep silent about cancer?

It's difficult to break bad news to loved ones - something a new study is finding particularly true for those with cancer diagnoses.