Bill Nye the Science Guy explains how reinvigorating basic research and development in our schools resulted in the acronym STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math), and why new acronyms are emerging.
Most people are familiar with the technique of taking deep inhalations to relax themselves, but one breathing technique is more effective at returning your body to a naturally calm and connected state.
Creativity takes places equally in the conscious and subconscious mind, and while popular definitions often emphasize intuition over rationality, you won't have breakthroughs without both.
New research shows the benefits of sixty seconds of high-intensity exercise. While the study is valid, the mentality that a minute is enough is misguided.
Bikeshare has been around for almost 10 years now, but there have never been any deaths. Researchers look into the reasons why.
New research on social relationships looks at how our many friends are divided. It turns out the closest circle of acquaintances is pretty small.
David Goldhill is the CEO of the Game Show Network. his Atlantic article, "How American Healthcare Killed My Father", was considered by many to be one of the year's most provocative on the subject.
Though David Goldhill’s vision of an ideal health care system is far off, it sheds light on important misunderstandings about the current health insurance-based system in the United States.
David Goldhill’s popular Atlantic article was about “What Washington Doesn’t Get About Health Care.” We asked him if Obama learned anything in time for his September 9th bicameral speech on the subject.
David Goldhill, a media executive, was inspired to become an expert on the healthcare crisis after his father died in a poorly run hospital. As it turned out, his outsider’s view—published in The...