We all want to have a good, stable relationship with somebody, says Dr. Helen Fisher. So it's important to understand how intense romantic love affects our long-term goals.
When Copernicus put the sun at the center of the solar system in 1543 instead of the Earth, it dealt a major blow to the self-esteem of people who needed to be at the center of it all.
Psychological researcher Suzanne Hidi discusses what separates individuals who have mere curiosity in life from those who, through taking a deeper interest, are propelled onto new discoveries.
Response to the passing of Antonin Scalia has been truly bipartisan: no one's mourning and everyone's demanding.
In a row over how to bring Internet access to India's poorest, Facebook almost sounds colonial.
We surprise the smartest people you know with ideas they're not prepared to discuss. This week, Marc Goodman, author of FUTURE CRIMES.
Pakistanis are not all fundamentalist or fanatical.
Living among people who are skeptical of the intentions of your country can make you rethink it too, says Maine.
Isolation sparked his interest in reading. His writing influences are Langston Huges and Flannery O'Connor.
It's lousy at the moment.
Historically, women have been disadvantaged, says Low
Gaynor elaborates on how he dealt with discovering his mother's breast cancer
Gaynor discusses the tools for treatment.
Gaynor talks about what to look for.
Gaynor talks about the power of meditation.
Oncologist Mitchell Gaynor on how eating right and meditating can help prevent breast cancer.