A new study from the Mayo Clinic says that letting dogs in the bedroom may not disrupt sleep quality.
An impossible map of all the sunset shadows across Europe
You may have heard of a new kind of therapy from your more “new age” friends, “Sensory Deprivation Tanks”. While it sounds like a form of torture that might have been used at Guantanamo Bay, many people swear to...
Imagine data delivered by light. This is an important benchmark toward the development of a whole new computer.
This is the 1st study to show evidence of a relationship between methylation drift and lifespan.
Social citizenship is both a feeling of belonging and a definable set of commitments and obligations associated with living in a place; it is not second-class national citizenship.
By using the DoNotPay chatbot, you may be able to quickly file a small-claims case against Equifax for up to $25,000.
Molecular biologists are hopeful about the results, but a long road lies ahead—so far this diet has only worked proven wonders on mice.
Are noble 18th-century norms fit for 21st-century life? Especially when, as Yuval Harari says, liberalism’s “factual statements just don’t stand up to rigorous scientific scrutiny.”
What role do expectations play in whether we feel hungry or satiated?
A new study of intestinal microbiota and circadian rhythms reveal insights into global obesity rates.
A new study finds cause for concern over what tattoo ink is doing to the body.
Most Roman emperors died violent deaths, and many were far from Rome when they did
Anyone can develop a great eye for design, according to the designer who led the team that created the iPod.
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Lots of colorful characters went looking for the Yeti. And there have been several hoaxes.
A recent DNA analysis shows that a skeleton found in a famous Viking grace belonged to a female warrior.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy has shown to dramatically improve insomnia, and a new app can help sufferers help themselves.
Researchers at Human Longevity have developed technology that can generate images of individuals face using only their genetic information. But not all are convinced.
A new study examines reasons behind the persistence of neuromyths.