Religious talk has been eerily quiet in the GOP race. But that doesn't mean it's absent.
Therapeutic research on LSD stopped in 1968. Now we're rediscovering its value.
Nearly a quarter of Americans rely on sleeping pills—a trend that's feeding obesity and depression levels.
Refusing to allow terminally ill patients the right to end their life is a cruel and inhumane relic of religious thinking.
Hallucinations are a feature of our brain's hardware. Could religious visions be accounted for by this neurological phenomenon?
When Francis Bellamy penned our pledge in 1892, his focus was really on the 'liberty and justice for all' part.
Ra Paulette spent 20 years carving caves into soapstone mountains. His passion for the transcendent brings us back to Earth.
Understanding how to become more resilient could rely on a simple linguistic shift.
Response to the passing of Antonin Scalia has been truly bipartisan: No one's mourning and everyone's demanding.
We often think of willpower as mentally forging ahead. But to achieve such a mental state, our brain needs proper nourishment.