A new study links multiple sex partners and smoking to head and neck, or oropharyngeal, cancer.
Here’s the ideal IQ for a leader who manages the average team of humans.
Charisma comes down to two things.
Most marriages end in resentment. Why should longevity be the sole marker of a successful marriage?
Two classic episodes from Think Again's origins, reunited at last.
A new study links conventionally produced fruits and vegetables to lower odds of live birth.
Researchers found a “dose-dependent relationship” between marijuana use and intercourse.
The results of this study could have implications for autism, addiction, and domestic violence.
The world's human population is skyrocketing, creating more competition and suffering. Yet few thinkers address a solution. Is there one?
It's one of the first studies to look at the impact internet porn has had on women's sex lives.
Democracies can fail. They usually do. Van Jones on how America might become functional again.
It seems intuitive that the best way to interpret how others are feeling would be to both see and hear how they’re behaving. However, a new study suggests that’s dead wrong.
What's a real leader anyway? Harvard historian Nancy Koehn mines history for some answers.
Here are some tips on how to beef up your EQ.
A number of US jurisdictions are starting to keep animal abuser registries, sparking a debate.
For thousands of years, all over the world, we've told tales of monsters and the undead. Why? Aaron Mahnke, creator of the 'Lore' podcast, on the hunger for mystery.
A new organization, Thorn, has been launched to help victims of a new crime called "sexploitation" in which abusers extort victims over the publication of intimate images.
Even things like appetite and tiredness move through social networks, researchers found.
The findings have implications for both men and women.
Optimism may be quantifiably keeping marriages together, especially after the so-called honeymoon period ends.