Five hundred years after the Reformation, a new book on Martin Luther reminds us how long the notion of a soul has influenced our lives.
A new study shows that being (and remaining) overweight and having type 2 diabetes is neurological nightmare.
Unlike social media, email is especially seductive as its content is specific to you. Author Cal Newport offers tips for breaking free from this constant distraction.
Personifying certain drugs as evil while calling opioid users “victims” points a glaring spotlight on drug policies that aren't really about public health.
A new extension suggests that you follow people you don't agree with. Will this help pop your bubble?
Research on five million runners shows that working out with a friend pushes you harder and longer.
'Deep learning' AI should be able to explain its automated decision-making—but it can't. And even its creators are lost on where to begin.
Stanford University is offering medical trainees a real-time virtual tour through heart defects.
Luck doesn't receive enough credit.
A new study finds LSD — a Schedule I drug with "no medical value" — to be therapeutically beneficial.