Redefining Spirituality and Debunking Magical Thinking In the Modern Age
As more research on psychedelics appears, we need to take their therapeutic potential seriously.
UMBC's upset over top-ranked Virginia last week was a perfect example of group flow.
Even though couples tend to live healthier lifestyles, they put on extra weight. A new study offers potential clues why.
A new study published in Nature Neuroscience shows that stress changes the structure of mouse brains—in partners who did not experience stress.
In her enlightening new book, Blue Dreams, Lauren Slater covers the history of psychotropic drugs.
As more intellectuals seek a common ground between the left-right divide, these ten books offer insights on how to navigate challenging topics.
In his latest book, Selfie, Will Storr explores the history of self-obsession, and wonders how we can fix it.
Seven people ate a ketogenic diet for three months straight. Here's what happened.
Plogging represents the intersection of personal and ecological health.
More overweight people are no longer trying to lose weight and the health implications are not good.
A number of important women are working outside mainstream media to build platforms that address the gray areas in challenging topics.
A recent study from Ontario measured the brain waves of improvisational jazz pianists, finding that the more training they had, the more creative they were rated.
It is possible to eat fast food and stay true to the keto diet. Just be wary of eliminating everything from life (and avoid the sauces).
Canadian researchers have successfully reconstructed faces from data in brain scans.
A number of studies show that various forms of exercise help prevent dementia as we age.
A new study links heavy alcohol usage with dementia. Other research finds that soon we might not be able to tolerate alcohol at all.
A number of marijuana companies are kicked off social media without explanation, which is going to force the cannabis industry to answer questions of identity.
While the Olympics officially ended demonstration sports in 1992, a century of unique offerings made us rethink what athletic competition could be.
This is the first study to link blood sugar levels, even among prediabetics, with cognitive decline.
A new quiz by the University of California reveals just how much carbon your diet is creating.