Articles by Claire Toureille
Clinical trial looks at effects of extreme weight loss programmes on reversing type 2 Diabetes. 86% of participants who lost 15kg or more were in remission after a year.
A gay waiter who shared the comments left on his receipt by a homophobic customer was fired from his job. This prompted great solidarity efforts from friends and strangers alike.
George is 9 and your average kid. He also has autism. His video explaining what his life was like, his communication difficulties and frustrations went viral.
Two studies have looked at repercussions of childhood traumas into adulthood. Aggressive kids or kids who bully other children are more likely to be unemployed.
A 250-metre cave network dating back to the Ice Age has been discovered underneath a residential area of Montreal by two amateur explorers.
WWF has tagged Amazon river dolphins in order to understand how they live, move, and how human-made threats like gold mining affect their health.
A wall dating back to the Middle Ages including 7 well-preserved turrets have been found in a small town in Spain, 50km from Madrid.
People on Twitter are sharing their attempts at reproducing the invisible box challenge, where they have to jump over their own feet. One participant who went viral shares her story.
Dr Christiaan Barnard performed the first ever human-to-human heart transplant on Louis Washkansky on 3 December 1967.
Between 1923 and 1927, paleontologists in China discovered several fossils near Beijing. They named it the Peking Man. But the bones disappeared in 1941 and haven't been found yet.
A man who pretended he was a victim of the Paris attacks will spend 6 months in jail. He tried to get compensation money reserved for victims.
A teacher at Auguste-Renoir high school near Paris has reported 5 of her pupils for sexual assault. They cornered and touched her repeatedly in one of the school's corridor.
20% of office workers would hook up with someone at their office Christmas party. But 1 in 10 admit they caught an STI from a coworker or know someone who has.
On 1 December 1887, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle published his first Sherlock Holmes novel, A Study in Scarlet, which lays the grounds for many adventures to come.
Graphic videos have been popping on Youtube, depicting young girls violently punching and kicking each other in organised brawls.
Quincy Jones-produced mega album regarded as one of the most iconic records of all time still beats the competition today with 47.3m certified copies sold.
True Leaf wants to sell marijuana-extract chews and treats as health supplement to beat joint pain, anxiety and inflammation.
12 tonnes of pangolin scales have been seized by Chinese customs. This is a record-breaking amount of scales. Pangolins are the most hunted mammals in the world.
A study shows that men don't know the difference between women's sexual interest and their sexual consent. They also took their former partner's sexual consent for granted.
A hospital in Cambridgeshire has been filming parents 24 hours a day, recording the moment they heard bad news about their children.