Anthony de Rothschild was a prominent banker from the famous Rothschild family and began collecting after serving in the First World War.
The study involved 1.2 million people in 76 low and middle-income countries.
Cement is currently the second most used material on Earth.
Researchers found that people who do not usually worry about disease stuck more rigidly to the rules if they worried about this.
Scientists say thinking hard for a long time releases noxious substances in the prefrontal cortex at the front of our brains.
The implant, made out of collagen protein from a pig’s skin, resembles the human cornea - the outermost transparent layer of the eye.
The charm, which weighs one and a half grams, is small with an engraving which reads "Sawing Through a Woman with P.T.Selbit’s Compliments."
Researchers recently identified the special gene found in fire ants.
By Gwyn Wright via SWNS A trendy type of Norwegian cheese may help stave off bone thinning, suggests a new study. Just a small 57g portion...
The “four horsemen” of the climate endgame are: Famine and malnutrition, extreme weather, conflict, and vector-borne diseases.