Neuroscientists, ethicists, and general medical practitioners generally have a negative opinion of a future in which we're all popping pills to gain an edge at work.
Google's team of fashion data scientists recently released a report mapping the hottest clothing searches for the spring.
The world is improving when it comes to preventing deaths during natural disasters. Unfortunately, those improvements aren't felt in poor countries like Nepal.
A scathing critique of antidepressant medication, just written by a psychiatrist in Wales, UK, is making waves across Britain and you can expect ripples to reach the U.S. in the coming days.
Researchers make a case for why you should go to the movies alone. They say you'll have just as much fun as if you went with a group — don't miss out on life just because you can't find someone to go with you.
Babies as young as six months understand how to use a smartphone. But is there some risk in this kind of early media exposure?
What do “Yesterday,” “Satisfaction,” “My Generation,” “The Sound of Silence,” “California Girls,” and “Like a Rolling Stone” all have in common? They were all hits in 1965, the year author Andrew Grant Jackson...
Professor Douglas Melton takes a look at the basis for regenerative medicine, the human body’s ability to divide, grow, and specialize cells.
Today's the 78th anniversary of the bombing of Guernica. The only reason you probably don't know that already is because this isn't the event's 75th or 100th anniversary, because we as a society value some numbers...