If not treated, the disorder drastically increases one's risk of death.
Eat your beans.
A 1.5-million-year-old hominin bone shows signs that the victim was eaten by lions — and humans.
No, Gandhi did not single-handedly bring about Indian independence. Pacifism alone usually gets you killed.
Good culture is more than just liking each other. Here’s the key way to build great culture at work.
Two-thirds of our days are spent alone. The Metaverse will bring us together, argues leading Metaverse thinker Matthew Ball.
The first human trial of base editing delivered strong results along with some safety concerns.
If you're a massless particle, you must always move at light speed. If you have mass, you must go slower. So why aren't any neutrinos slow?
The larger truth on the streets is that no one uses just one drug anymore.
The sapient paradox: With brains like ours, why did prehistoric humans wait millennia to start civilization?
One hypothesis: "gossip traps."
Do our thoughts have any meaning whatsoever?
Long before the birth of Julius Caesar, the Roman Republic appointed all-powerful dictators to protect their state in times of crisis. They were remarkably self-restrained and obedient to the Roman Constitution.
History’s most remarkable leaders had this one trait in common. We can harness it too.
There’s really only one mistake you can make: continue doing the same thing you already know is hurting you and expect a different result.
In all mammals, there are two brain pathways for processing information from the eyes: an evolutionarily ancient one and a more modern one.
The crisis of the Anthropocene challenges our traditional narratives and myths about humanity's place in the world. Citizen science can help.
It's simpler, more compact, and reusable from year-to-year in a way that no other calendar is. Here's both how it works and how to use it.
Which one is the funniest?
Carl Jung was one such person.
Zombies aren't a modern-day obsession. Throughout history, fear of the undead led to bizarre burial rituals all over the world.
It's time to let go of those emails from your cousin and the photos of your dinner.
Your five-year-old can probably spot a cop-out.
Civil engineer Martin Lebek has a brilliant plan to redress the world’s phosphorus imbalance.