A 12-year long study examines the differences between how same-sex and different-sex couples argue, with some surprising results.
A joint study by two England universities explores the link between sex and cognitive function with some surprising differences in male and female outcomes in old age.
New research suggests some men identify with a new form of masculinity that values authenticity, domesticity, and holistic self-awareness.
Online dating has evolved, but at what cost?
According to the analysis, the more yoga sessions a person did each week, the less they struggled with depressive symptoms.
There are countless studies that prove ecotherapy (often referred to as nature therapy) is beneficial for your physical and mental health.
This is one of countless studies that prove the positive impact of social connection and intimacy while highlighting the negative impact of isolation and separation.
It may be easiest when you're young, but the proven benefits of learning a new language at any age cannot be ignored.
Being aware of this issue is a big first step in helping vulnerable communities (such as those struggling with addiction) combat relapse during this pandemic.
Your morning coffee is good for you - if you drink it at the right time.
Flow Research Collective COO Rian Doris explains how to harness the power of your nervous system to find your flow during a pandemic.
Johns Hopkins University professor Susan Carnell explains the neuroscience behind eating out of boredom (and how to stop).
Sexuality is fluid and it's important that people get to define it for themselves.
Dr. Robert Emmons and other researchers dig into the positive mental and physical health benefits of expressing gratitude.
Your favorite color can be linked to various personality traits, motivation, and productivity levels in your life.
Your fear of anxiety could be preventing you from treating your anxiety, according to new Penn State research.
Combining various mindfulness-based interventions (MBIs) can have numerous health benefits, according to new research.
Music, journaling, and spending time with your pets are all science-backed ways to boost mental health during stressful times.
5 effortless, science-backed changes to your isolation workspace that will improve productivity and mental health
A clean work space, plants, and putting on the right pants all make working from home easier, according to science.
Nostalgia is also proven to decrease loneliness and increase resiliency.
Understanding the math behind social distancing.
An inside look at common relationship problems that link to how we were raised.
Retail therapy has been proven to make us happier, but is there a catch?
What does your money personality say about how you save (and spend) money?
Can a real pandemic (such as COVID-19) turn into mass hysteria?
Studies have shown that dominant sexual activity can often boost your work ethic several days after a sexual experience.