An unnamed woman’s hips were crushed during a collision as a result of her feet not being on the floor of the car.
Do you love doing the same thing over and over? Here's why it doesn’t make you boringWe don’t always need new distractions – there’s a value to experiencing something more than once
My son’s girlfriend has an eating disorder. What can I do to help him?He can’t sacrifice himself for his girlfriend, however ill she may get, says Annalisa Barbieri
I’m getting one over on Amazon – I’ve unleashed my mum on Alexa. I gave her the voice assistant as a present: will her random, oddball behaviour skew the algorithms?
How has your workplace treated bereaved parents?. As paid leave for bereaved parents is being introduced under Jack’s Law, we want to hear what parents experienced at work after they lost a child
From April employed parents who have lost a child will be entitled to two weeks paid leave.
My partner wants to get a cat but I’m worried it will cause chaos. After cat-sitting for a friend, I think our flat is too small and I’m concerned about the mess
Screenings check the health of the cervix to help ward off cancer before it strikes.
“Women don't need to find a voice. They have a voice. They need to feel empowered to use it, and people need to be encouraged to listen.”
‘Don’t blame the mirror for your ugly face’: why foreign idioms rule. Human brains make the same observations across place, time and culture. I collect these phrases as others do stamps
Forget 'lewd behaviour' – is being naked around your own kids good for them?Seeing a parent naked can help children learn what real bodies look like and better understand consent and boundaries
Only five conditions have ever been declared a public health emergency, the highest alarm the World Health Organization can sound.
Once in a full moon: night swimming in McIver’s ladies baths. From a sanctuary for nuns to a training ground for Olympians, Coogee’s women’s-only ocean pool is the stuff of legend. But what really happens there after dark?
My best friend seems to have no time for me. Am I being too demanding?. The world divides into people, writes Eleanor Gordon-Smith. Those who need plans and people who are constrained by them
Want to know what racism feels like? Ask Laurence FoxHe may not have learned much history at his minor public school, but the left-behind luvvie knows it’s wrong to cast a Sikh in a first world war film