It really depends on who you ask, as one European poll found out.
For the first time, the World Health Organization has declared a new mental illness to be the leading cause of disability around the world.
As medicine's interest in psychedelic drugs increases,will a shamanistic brew join your therapist's list of go to prescriptions?
'Trump supporter' is not a synonym for moron. Philosophy professor Daniel Bonevac is a reminder that understanding your opposites, not dismissing them, is the way forward.
The world's most populated country has had its fair share of great minds. Here, we take a quick look at ten thinkers you might not have thought about.
There is an old adage, “take stock of the company you keep”. As it turns out, we are more tolerant of people who have similar negative personality traits as us.
Seemingly impractical things include pleasure reading, an overactive imagination, and the liberal arts. Each is commonly derided by all too practical people. Each is vital to us all.
What did Nikola Tesla or Bertrand Russell think of fewer working hours? Can a good life only come from work — and if so how much of it, and what kind?
SpaceX, the private company with big dreams for manned spaceflight, has launched a partly used rocket into orbit at a lower cost than building a brand new one.
Is coal on the way out? These new findings suggest that it is, but they suggest that for the first time one of the key drivers of this change is the free market.