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It’s not new news that America has fallen head over heels in love with the avocado. And while many people know that these creamy, green marvels on your McAlister’s sandwich deliver naturally good fats, few know that they’re also a good source for vitamins and minerals.

A court has ordered that a mother with a learning disability who is 22 weeks pregnant must have an abortion. The woman is understood to be in her 20s and has been diagnosed with a moderately severe learning disability. Completely ignoring her unborn child, the woman’s doctors claim that an abortion is in her best interests, despite the fact that the woman herself wants the child. The mother's social worker disagreed with the doctors and the woman's legal team has said there was…

Economic, social and political pressures will ensure the world becomes carbon-neutral by 2050, but strong leadership is needed to stop the transition costing the earth.

The Bank of England says it does not expect the economy to grow in the second quarter of the year.

Research suggests that efforts to reduce social isolation should start with public transport.

Despite being on the endangered species list, loggerhead sea turtles are experiencing a nesting boom.

Around 600 million people are dealing with high-to-extreme water shortages, according to a 2018 report by NITI Aayog, a policy think tank for the Indian government.

Leadership isn’t an easy topic to master. It changes constantly because it focuses on one of the most unpredictable aspects of business, people. Still, we’ve found that even seasoned leaders continue to ask for advice and education. And, here are three things we often hear the most.

What combination of subjects and learning styles can best prepare us for the changes that emerging technologies will bring to our society?

As the majority of the world's population moves to cities, will we see a shift in soft power away from nation states?

When we’re stressed, we tend to become more stressed. That’s because when we’re rushed and harried, we cut corners.

Cities are driving growing demand for single-use plastics – but they can be a laboratory for new patterns of consumption, too.

Feeling angry and resentful about clients and crying for no reason can be signs of burnout, which has just been re-labelled by the World Health Organisation.

China's breeding herd of pigs is already 22% smaller than this time last year due to the African swine fever outbreak.