Over 3,000 studies have shown acupuncture to be no better than a placebo. Yet it has led researchers to discover something that might aid in pain relief.
Up to 70 per cent of runners are injured every year. Is this really necessary?
Sleeplessness and fatigue getting you down? Turns out the trick is respecting that big star in the sky.
A Kentucky photograph appears to show a soul leaving a body. Why do our brains assign metaphysical meaning to blurs?
Considering the recent Baton Rouge police shooting, the Middle-Eastern migration crisis, and the spike in extremism worldwide, it seems religion certainly isn’t helping.
Wilt Chamberlain dominated basketball. Yet given the chance to improve one critical element of his game, he let popular opinion override physics.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation sent out over a thousand letters warning public schools away from this creationist propaganda.
Humans like to believe evolution implies progress. As Stephen Jay Gould notes, Darwin warned of this misunderstanding. We may be better at adapting to our present, regrettable circumstances.
While people treat bread like the devil, Michael Pollan thinks it might just be our impatience creating the real issue.
Hash-tag capitalism, paid posts, and transparent (but not honest) sponsored captions - will this social media influencer trend ever end?