Teachers call for research into effects of tablet addiction amid concerns computer habits are hindering progress at school
One in 10 surgeries will take part in £50m scheme but Labour says things will continue to get worse for majority of patients
Global Drug Survey (GDS) finds users moving from dealers to internet, while extent of alcohol use remains 'very worrying'
Adam Pearson was born with a condition that causes tumours to grow on his face. But acting with Scarlett Johansson in Under the Skin is changing the way people look at him
New treatments are being introduced in a haphazard fashion, says surgeon's body
24 Hours Berlin director Volker Heise explains why he chose to shoot his latest documentary in Jerusalem, and explains why the city is like a puzzle with pieces that don't fit
Twentysomethings, brought up with MySpace and Facebook, should beware of the damage they can do their careers
Internet Watch Foundation has tripled number of staff weeding out the imagery as reliance on public reports is reduced
Biggest laser eye surgery provider claimed rival funded Optical Express Ruined My Life website run by Sasha Rodoy
As Google's attempt to predict the spread of flu by using search terms shows, lots of data can cause plenty of confusion, writes John Naughton
Microsoft founder says money must found to combat diseases that do as much damage as HIV, malaria or tuberculosis
There's more to childhood in the movies – and in real life – than cute fish and happy endings. Danny Leigh explores a strangely neglected genre and audience
Burned out after years making the epic documentary The Story of Film, Mark Cousins describes how filming kids having fun helped him find his way back – and create a moving portrait of childhood
Paraplegic Brazilian will don exoskeleton for tournament's opening ceremony in first public display of possible wheelchair replacement
Palme d'Or winner about lesbian love affair accused as part of widespread crackdown on 'gay propaganda'