Runners tread more heavily on the earth than they may ever have imagined, according to a team of Massachusetts Institute of Technology scientists.
Marlene Zuk is an evolutionary biologist at the University of Minnesota and Paleofantasy targets the movement that insists we are biologically adapted to a Palaeolithic diet and lifestyle.
Charred food residues scraped from the world's oldest pots show humans used ceramics for cooking in the late Ice Age, long before hunter-gatherers became farmers, a study said.
The municipal government plans to buy 5,000 electric vehicles this year, the Beijing Times reports. Most of the vehicles will be used by civil servants or bus companies for public transport.
Scientists have found evidence that human ancestors used stone-tipped weapons 200,000 years earlier than once thought, changing notions about the capabilities of prehistoric people.
Our ancient ancestors had better jaw alignment and less tooth decay because they ate more fibre-rich foods, while we eat more sugar and finer food, researchers have concluded after looking at...
Olympians come in all shapes and sizes.
Candice Chan and Leonard Chao went to great lengths to transform Western Market in Sheung Wan into the perfect venue for a night of wedding celebrations.
Elaborate banquets and imported fresh flowers in a beautifully decorated venue can set the scene for an ideal wedding, but greener choices can be kinder to the environment - and the bank balance...
Traditionally, planning that first step to the altar - the marriage proposal - is the job of the husband-to-be. A romantic setting, the perfect ring and the right words usually work.
Most people in the throes of wedding planning are happy to share details of the impending nuptials with family and close friends.
Once the initial excitement of the proposal settles down, planning for the big day begins.