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.
Researchers are looking for, and finding, effective methods for dealing with pain that don't require drugs.
Molecular biologists are hopeful about the results, but a long road lies ahead—so far this diet has only worked proven wonders on mice.
A new study of intestinal microbiota and circadian rhythms reveal insights into global obesity rates.
A US-based company is genetically creating proteins similar to bovine collagen to make leather from living cells without the need of animals.
Psychology professor Jean M Twenge argues that teens are suffering elevated levels of depression and loneliness, and their phones are to blame.
Get lost in a good book. Time and again, reading has been shown to make us healthier, smarter, and more empathic.
New landmark research of 101,000 Americans shows stark religious and ethnic changes.
Polygamy has been denounced by the Mormon church for more than 100 years. So why does the stereotype persist?
In The Road to Character, David Brooks argues that our moral vocabulary is severely lacking.
135,355 people in eighteen countries can't be wrong.