In cold weather, skin suffers more from dryness, flaking and tightness than when it's warm. The reason: exposure to constant changes between dry, heated air and cold outdoors.
Angela Merkel faces the awkward task of persuading Germans she has something new to offer during her fourth term as chancellor. So can a 12-year veteran still change her leadership style?
One week after the deadly school shooting in Florida, it is too early to tell whether the powerful protests by surviving students will produce a lasting impact. But they are doing a lot of things right.
A new study by Swedish researchers suggests humans can tell, through visual cues alone, when another person is battling a bacterial infection. Biometrics expert Kevin W. Bowyer tells DW whether smartphones can do better.
I used to believe hypnosis was utter nonsense, something that esoteric people with swinging pendulums do. However, a self-experiment taught me how wrong I was. Medical hypnosis can actually work. Larissa Warneck reports.
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