Redefining Spirituality and Debunking Magical Thinking In the Modern Age
New research from the University of Cambridge says it does.
Seemingly inconsequential decisions can alter ecosystems, as a recent Australian study shows.
A new study from Australia states that most drivers don't think distracted driving is an issue. Driving data prove otherwise.
History is not necessarily destiny, especially when it comes to how we treat one another.
Hannah Gadsby claims "Nanette" is her exit from the stage. But she can change her mind.
But there were some serious oversights.
Tech companies claim the gig economy is booming. Data beg to differ.
A little kindness goes a long way. Not being mean goes longer.
Rates of centenarians are going to increase eightfold in the next three decades.
The authors conclude that it does, after claiming it doesn't.
Sometimes less is more.
Despite little clinical evidence of efficacy, a growing number of parents are giving their children supplements that could prove dangerous.
Going for a run does a brain and body good.
We knew that coffee is good for us. Now we know why.
A new study shows that environment, not genetics, determines behavioral patterns of eating in youth that persist throughout life.
Every month new research is showing how essential sleep is for optimal health. Here are two more.
A new study of 155 regions found that the more women are represented in local and national governments, the less corruption there is.
Choosing a diet is hard for many people. But it doesn't have to be.
The most famous study in psychology turns out to be theater, and the lead researcher is over defending his myth.
Francisco Cantu wanted to put faces to the statistics. So he became a Border Patrol agent.