Source: The Irish Express /PA Archive/PA Images 5/13 How to deal with anxiety and depression with depression and anxiety disorder: The new book, A Little Happiness, is out now.
1/13 The new movie Finding Dory, starring Disney princess Pocahontas, has opened in cinemas.
The film has been described as a “punchy, silly, heartwarming, heart-wrenching” adventure that is about friendship and learning to love each other.
The Disney princess, voiced by Scarlett Johansson, makes her feature film debut.
Rex Features 2/13 You can now add your voice to the debate on how to buy more fruit and vegetables.
The campaign called Buy More Fruit and Vegetables is launching on a social media platform, Twitter, in conjunction with Save the Planet.
You can also join in the conversation using #savetheplanet.
The hashtag is part of Save the Earth’s campaign to combat the world’s food crisis.
3/13 What to do when you have a hangover: A study by the Oxford Food Bank found that people who drink more than a glass of wine every night were 3.6 times more likely to be overweight.
The researchers said it could be linked to a higher risk of metabolic syndrome and heart disease.
4/13 Discover the best way to use facial-recognition software to identify people who are lying to you.
The technology, called Fleshyface, can detect people’s faces and even tell you who is lying to your face by analysing how they speak.
5/14 The world’s first virtual reality game lets you see your future through the eyes of your avatar, even if it’s in a virtual space.
The app is called Star Trek: VR: The Next Generation.
It uses a 3D camera that looks through the headset to track the position of your head.
6/14 This tattoo is making its way around the world.
In the UK, it is currently on show at the Tattoo Museum in Leeds.
7/14 Get out your smartphone to watch a video about the ‘carnival of death’ in London.
The carnival is a celebration of all things dead, and people who have died.
It’s part of the annual Black Death Festival, which runs from October 15 to 31 in the city.
The event celebrates the “sickening and terrifying” effects of the disease that causes Black Death, which affects between 10 million and 30 million people in Europe each year.
8/14 Find out how to use a virtual assistant to help with your job interview.
While you might not realise it at first, you can use an app to tell a virtual AI what to do and ask it to do it for you.
You’ll also be able to ask Siri to do this for you if you ask it the correct questions at the right time.
9/14 Watch a live stream of the Great Barrier Reef being cut in half using Google Cardboard.
The world has been using Google’s Cardboard headset to explore the Great Australian Bight since late last year.
Now, it’s the turn of Google to turn this virtual experience into a reality.
10/14 Learn how to save money on a meal at a popular restaurant.
The best way is to pay with a credit or debit card.
This can save you up to $30 a week.
11/14 How to avoid being bored while watching Netflix.
A new app called Netflix Now will keep you entertained even while watching TV.
It features a new ‘lazy mode’, which will automatically get you through your programmes while you’re away from home.
12/14 Avoid eating the same meal twice in a row to save on your dinner bill.
The ‘Bread and Circuses’ app, launched in October, allows you to check if there are any special deals on certain types of food and offers to try something new.
13/14 If you’re in love with the idea of having your own car, you’ll be able pay for a ride from your smartphone.
This means that you’ll have access to a driverless car that you can hire from a range of services, such as Uber, Lyft and Sidecar.
This will be available on the UK’s roads from next year.
1 / 13 The new film Finding Dora, starring “Star Trek: The Original Series” actor Christopher Plummer, has open in cinemases.
The movie has been said to be a “puny, silly, heart warming, heart -wrenchingly funny” adventure about friendship, learning to embrace each other, and being the best version of ourselves.
The actress is playing Dora Milaje, the woman from the episode “Who Watches the Watchers?” that inspired the story.
Rex Images 2/14 You can no longer put your faith in a “safe space” as a way to cope with stress.
Instead, it might be best to put faith in