Researchers have found that there are people who can recall their lives down to the last detail, and there are people who sit on the opposite side of that spectrum.
Too much caffeine caused one women to exhibit manic symptoms — restlessness, rapid speech, and paranoia, all from overconsuming coffee.
The Concordia Research Station, located in middle-of-nowhere, Antarctica, offers ideal conditions for testing human psychological and physiological reactions to extreme situations.
A year after a near-fatal car accident, the comedian has rebounded from a traumatic brain injury.
You are better off telling your child or spouse what they can eat rather than what they can’t. A new Cornell discovery shows that “Don’t” messages don’t work for most of us.
If Flannery O’Connor somehow birthed the love child of Sid Vicious, she might end up sounding like novelist Nell Zink. Equal parts Southern Gothic’s grotesquely twisted charm and punk and alternative music’s...
Wanting to say "no" when faced with a difficult decision might not be your fault. New research finds that you might be predisposed to making that choice.
Psychedelics are showing promising results in helping a wide variety of ailments. But can they also result in addiction?
Ariana Miyamoto, the biracial woman recently named Miss Universe Japan, is hoping to persuade her country's citizens into broadening their perception of what is authentically Japanese.
The discovery of a new hominid species, a contemporary of the famous "Lucy," expands our understanding of human origins and the middle Pliocene period.