Derek Beres, a Los Angeles-based author, music producer, and yoga/fitness instructor, looks at a range of issues affecting the world's various spiritual communities in an attempt to sift through hyperbole and find truly universal solutions to prevalent issues facing humanity in the 21st century.
A new study of lemurs has determined social circles to be the most influential determinant of gut microbiome. What does this mean for humans?
The Brazilian government has been trying to answer this very question in its ever-growing prison population, which has doubled since the year 2000.
When a 'Rick and Morty' fan recently tweeted at Dan Harmon asking how to deal with depression, it didn’t take him long to reply.
A new study of Minnesota-based marathon runners calls into question how heart-healthy endurance running is.
Could vegetarianism actually lead to a lower quality of life?
Psychology professor Frank T. McAndrew writes that the type of ghost you see depends on the religion you have faith in.
Mindfulness meditation works wonders for people with internalizing disorders, such as anxiety and depression. But what about people with externalizing disorders?
Recent research in psilocybin, LSD, and MDMA, which all affect our serotonin receptors, suggest these substances can help make us content.
One type of dog in particular is linked with the lowest rates of cardiovascular disease in their human pals.
Lab-grown, cultured meats, dairy, and leather will be hitting shelves soon. Paul Shapiro reports on the coming trend in his new book, Clean Meat.