A new "evidence-based nature prescription program" will see patients spending time in the woods.
Fifty years of research on children's toy preferences shows that kids generally prefer toys oriented toward their own gender.
Learn how to practice "self-indifference."
People who score highly on the dark triad are vain, callous, and manipulative.
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A new study pushes back on psychiatry industry talking points.
Surprising studies revealed why mothers affected the genetic pool more than fathers.
That's the strategy behind a program being tested in one Indiana school district.
New York Times reporter Melissa Chan outlined in a Twitter thread how authoritarian governments strategically destroy the reputations of journalists they dislike.
Florida researchers offer schools a simple message: Send home report cards earlier in the week.
Who would have thought that endlessly comparing your life to others would make you feel bad?
Why is it awkward to listen to a recording of your own voice? What makes us cringe? A deep study of awkwardness has the answers.
After the wrongful arrest of two black men, the coffee shop chain will be closing down for an afternoon in order to educate up to 175,000 employees on racial bias in the workplace.
In the Western world, there's a constant pressure to be happy. Paradoxically, this makes people more prone to anxiety and depression.
AI has identified six new dolphin clicks we never knew existed.
A slice of pizza might just be a better choice than breakfast cereal when you get up in the morning. Cheers!
Some scientists posit that our brains are actually quantum computers.
New research shows that more Americans are giving up on weight loss. How can we change this trend?
A rash of teen idols, singers, actors, and actresses have all come out recently detailing their struggles.
Christina Smolke, a brilliant Stanford scientist, has engineered yeast that can produce opiates without poppies.
A new study examines the behavior of seven species of marine animals around the dead.
Scientists at UC Berkeley could change the focus of the birth control debate, thanks to a discovery about sperm. And now that they know how it kicks into gear, they can make birth control for men. Scientists at UC Berkeley could change the focus of the birth control debate.
Disagreement helps prevent a company from becoming stale and succumbing to groupthink.
Think you're contributing 110 percent to a project? Researchers suggest you may be overclaiming.
Don't shave your beards just yet; the panic over feces in beards may have been exaggerated — there's fecal matter everywhere.
The FDA has until the end of the summer to pass a decision as to whether or not flibanserin is safe for the consumer market. Emotions are high and many women would do anything for even a small improvement in their sex lives.