Take a moment to stop rushing, and rebel against the cult of being too busy.
In most places, water meets legal guidelines. But is it safe? One EWG spokesperson says no.
This infographic, by Anna Vital from Funders and Founders, recaps the significant moments of Steve Jobs’ journey on, and sometimes off, the path of success.
There is no end to philosophies on living a good life, just as there is no end to those wanting to sell you a program for doing so.
Evidence from recent research suggests that it does matter where a calorie comes from because its source influences the intake of the next calorie.
A new report shows a marked uptick in individualism worldwide. The collective voice of societies will be the loser.
Creators of the mega-hit tv show "Game of Thrones" face growing controversy over their next show.
In one of our wildest episodes ever, comedian Jeff Garlin cuts the surprise clip short to call B.S. on neuroscience and complexity.
Does a good deed "pay off" a bad deed? A lot of people view their actions this way, says Scotty Hendricks.
Health psychologist Kelly McGonigal discusses a three-step process to shift your mindset when anxiety creeps in.
Nutritional science has increasingly begun to discover that the optimal diet should be an individualized solution, determined by many factors.
Poop, soup, books — repeat. Who could forget that montage? Here are the key takeaways from the first episode of Game of Thrones season 7, which crashed the HBO website like wildfire taking down the Sept.
Psychopathy and sadism play a prominent role among those who choose to take it up.
Lise Feldman Barrett says emotional harm is worse for your health than physical harm. The legal system needs to catch up to the science.
75% of all people will live through a traumatic event. 35-37% will experience PTG.
Many people were upset when NPR tweeted out the Declaration of Independence.
Breakfast is often cupcakes and cake with different names, like muffins and yogurt. That does not bode well for our waistlines.
Stoicism and Buddhism are two of the oldest, and well known, schools of thought in the world. Would Marcus Aurelius, a famous Roman stoic, be a Buddhist today?
Spontaneous talk on surprise topics. Actor and author Alan Alda on the art of communication (for good and evil), social anxiety, the mind of a billionaire, and more.
The event brought scholars and comedians together to take a look at what’s funny and why.