Redefining Spirituality and Debunking Magical Thinking In the Modern Age
Philip Morris is looking to wind back manufacture of its traditional cigarettes in favor of e-cigs. Why? Because the younger demographic is hooked.
Biomechanist Katy Bowman argues that our fitness mindset has environmental consequences in her new book, Movement Matters.
New research at MIT might be a game-changer for Alzheimer's. But you don't have to wait to strengthen your brain's memory system.
As the US prepares for a change in power, Professor Sanford Levinson says dialogue that was formerly bound to people's inner monologue has been "liberated" into the public space.
Oakland and San Francisco recently passed taxes on sugar beverages. Is the entire nation next?
Attempts to unite religion and science are not new. A big part of the challenge is finding the right language to draw parallels with, and physicists have been especially willing to walk this line.
Now that the stretch between Thanksgiving and the New Year is upon us the litany of fitness excuses rolls out. Gyms will be sparse, with crowds flocking on certain days before heading to family and work...
During a time of division and fear, the Buddhist path offers insights into surviving and uniting.
Donald Trump directly contradicts the biblical notion of charity. Yet Evangelicals, Mormons, Protestants, and White Catholics overwhelmingly voted for him.
Trump's impending presidency has left marijuana advocates with fingers crossed on one hand, with the other ready to flush the toilet at a moment’s notice.
While cult leaders are alive and well, nowhere is this trend more apparent than in the vegan food industry.
The longer you roll that dice, the higher the chance that a DNA mutation spawns a cancerous cell. The researchers on this study likened it to playing Russian roulette; sooner or later, there's one in the chamber.
From addiction recovery and disaster relief to thetans for athletes, Scientology uses non-profit charitable causes to promote its agenda.
As John B Judis writes in The Populist Explosion, this sort of uprising has been with us for years.
As a number of states decide the fate of legalized and medical marijuana next week, John Hudak looks back at the history of public policy.
There is a new wellness trend emerging in South Korea – experiencing your own funeral. While at first this sounds twisted, in truth this ritual utilizes what other cultures have long known.
Anti-Islam fervor has overlooked important artistic contributions made by Muslim artists around the world.
Just imagining movement fires the same neurons as if we were actually moving. A new study shows we can wake our sleeping mind to practice motor skills in our dreams.
When companies hide algorithms from public view, the data are used for destructive purposes, warns Cathy O'Neil in her new book.
Christopher Hitchens argued that religion makes humans "extremely self-centered."