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.
While the Olympics officially ended demonstration sports in 1992, a century of unique offerings made us rethink what athletic competition could be.
This is the first study to link blood sugar levels, even among prediabetics, with cognitive decline.
A new quiz by the University of California reveals just how much carbon your diet is creating.
The Oscars has produced a number of controversial speeches in the past. This year will likely not divert from that path.
A new study of over 700 human brains has shown a genetic "signature" for common psychiatric disorders.
Are there really no good action and adventure films anymore, or is there an inherent bias toward them?
With his 51st Oscar nomination for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, composer John Williams has mastered the craft of the film score.
In her new book, Creative Change, social psychologist Jennifer Mueller says everyone loves the idea of creativity even while we prefer the status quo.
Uber, Lyft, ZipCar, and other transportation companies have signed onto a new pledge to curb urban congestion—in their favor.
New research makes one thing clear: crash diets are a terrible idea, at least if you have heart problems.