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What is it about Vimto that makes it such a Ramadan staple?
The enduring appeal of this plum-coloured beverage, concocted more than a century ago in England, lies in its history
May 23, 2018
Happiness is good for business – but we can't expect to be happy all of the time
A corporate culture where one feels compelled to smile and be positive when one truly feels sad, dissatisfied or anxious is, at best, depleting, writes Justin Thomas
May 20, 2018
Hugging it out: why being touchy-feely can be good for you
The recent bromances between Trump and Macron and the two Korean presidents have sparked speculation about why some people are more inclined to be tactile than others, writes Justin Thomas
May 6, 2018
Mo Salah is an ideal role model because he is shattering stereotypes and winning hearts and minds
We are more likely to make role models out of people we see being rewarded, celebrated and praised, says Justin Thomas
April 29, 2018
The lying, the deceit, the rage: is video gaming as addictive and destructive as alcoholism or drug-taking?
Psychiatrists are investigating internet gaming disorder and say it has traits in common with more recognisable addict-related conditions, writes Justin Thomas
April 22, 2018
In a digital age, will childhood toys still carry the same value?
The sentimentality attached to toys in years gone by has been replaced by a highly disposable consumerist society, writes Justin Thomas
April 15, 2018
A storm in a coffee cup or cause for concern?
A court case examining the carcinogenic effects of coffee could have a catastrophic impact on your morning cup of joe
April 8, 2018
Growing bald gracefully appears to be on the decline with body image issues on the rise among men
The follicly challenged have been associated with low self-confidence, impaired quality of life and even depression
April 1, 2018
Shouldn't we do more to promote storytelling traditions?
In some regional traditions, stories are viewed as helping people arrive at a deeper understanding of things, writes Justin Thomas
March 25, 2018
A happier, healthier society means investing in people, not pills
With International Day of Happiness on the horizon, Justin Thomas looks at ways to combat depression
March 18, 2018