Dec. 7, 2023 /Human Interest/ — Benjamin Zephaniah was a man of many talents. He was a poet, musician, activist, and more. But above all, he was a voice for the voiceless. He used his words to speak truth to power and to challenge injustice. He inspired millions of people around the world with his courage and his passion. Continue reading →
Scientists have learned a lot about why people believe in conspiracy theories and how they harm society over the past couple of decades. Yet little is known about how the groups targeted by conspiracy theories feel and behave.
Nov. 22, 2023— Human Interest/ — The Christmas season is about peace for Christians who believe Jesus was born in Bethlehem, Israel. Continue reading
Sexism, harassment and bullying plague the Red Arrows, the UK Royal Air Force’s display team. This revelation was the outcome of investigations into complaints of bad behaviour in this elite organisation. Air Chief Marshal Sir Rich Knighton said that “behaviour that would be classed as unacceptable was widespread and normalised on the squadron”.
Hampton, UK–It is important to note that homelessness is not a lifestyle choice. People who are homeless do not choose to live on the streets. They are there because they have no other options. Continue reading
Jews did not kill Jesus Christ. The crucifixion of Jesus Christ was a Roman execution carried out by Roman soldiers under the orders of Pontius Pilate, the Roman governor of Judea. There is no evidence to suggest that the Jews as a whole were responsible for his death. Continue reading
This week marks British Beauty Week (26th – 30th October) which highlights Britain’s thriving and influential beauty brands.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is using the celebration to call on jobseekers to consider one of the range of roles and fields the sector offers as their next career move, with over 4,000 vacancies live on the Government’s Find a Job portal. This includes beautician, merchandiser and lecturer roles, and other fulfilling positions to suit different levels of experience. Continue reading
If there’s one thing we as humans seem to have in common, it’s that most of us have felt lonely at one time or another. But is the pain that comes with feeling socially isolated simply a part of being human? Why does the world seem so different when we’re feeling lonely?
Recent research has begun to provide some answers. And it turns out that loneliness can affect your perception and cognition.