Anneli Rufus reports on MI6 spy Gareth Williams’s odd death and its possible links to claustrophilia.
Anneli Rufus is the author of many books, including Party of One: The Loners’ Manifesto and the Nautilus Award-winning Stuck: Why We Don’t (or Won’t) Move On, and the coauthor of still more, including Weird Europe and The Scavengers’ Manifesto. Her books have been translated into numerous languages, including Chinese and Latvian. In 2006, she won a Society of Professional Journalists award for criticism.
It’s not only good for reducing cancer risk—Anneli Rufus on the wonder drug’s effect on other afflictions.
Celebrities love kombucha, which fans credit with health cures and more. Anneli Rufus investigates.
The media is buzzing with rumors that Demi Moore is a Red Bull addict. Is the energy drink addictive, asks Anneli Rufus.
Marijuana can help your lungs? From the munchies to psychosis, what science says about smoking reefer.
Who's the most dangerous behind the wheel? Anneli Rufus on why you should steer clear of men and Montana.
It's peak season for baby making. Anneli Rufus on the days when you stand the best chance of having sex.
The tiny crustaceans are plentiful, nutritious—and a possible fix for world hunger, Anneli Rufus reports.
Ice cream, tofu, low-fat milk? Anneli Rufus on the foods that might hurt your chances of having a baby.
New studies suggest prenatal exposure to anti-depressants, microwaves and cellphones may lead to ADHD and autism.