Are Americans finally embracing a better work-life balance? New Research by Project: Time Off indicates that Americans used more paid vacation days in 2016. On the downside, Americans still feel guilty about...
Forty years ago cat hyperthyroidism didn't exist. Now 10 percent of senior cats suffer from it.
Is misinformation causing outbreaks of diseases long thought curable? A recent study found that just a simple "heads up" about fake news can help save thousands of lives.
Visualization of how the average working American adult spends the days of his or her life.
Want to think more creatively? Move your body, and move away from your emotional baseline—in any direction.
The stress we take on at work now will surely pay off in retirement, right? Well, brace yourself.
His use of the drug may have inspired Dr. Timothy Leary.
A study suggests that countries with a high prevalence of parasites are likely to have authoritarian governments.
Musical savants have “enhanced pitch discrimination” and “increased auditory perceptual capacity.” But why?
Researchers plan on making human cells resistant to infection, radiation, and even cancer.
The global rise in meat consumption is accelerating climate change.
Neil deGrasse Tyson suggests that longevity isn’t what concerns him so much as living what time he has well.
Research suggests that a religious edict from the Catholic Church shaped the evolution of the modern chicken.
If you're constantly tired because you can't break your bad sleeping patterns, this super smart Sunrise Pillow might put you back in the game.
A new study shows how talking to yourself may help your brain perform better.
For the first time, the World Health Organization has declared a new mental illness to be the leading cause of disability around the world.
Nearly a half-century after Edward Abbey wrote Desert Solitaire, the book reminds us of the necessity of our national park system.
A study finds an increasing number of Americans live with serious mental issues and their access to healthcare is getting worse.
A company plans to transform the world's most arid region by bringing icebergs from Antarctica.