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Singing increases breathing control and lung capacity, can improve your health, and releases the happy hormone.
Scientists, artists, writers, and entrepreneurs will tackle the most exciting and controversial topics shaping our future at Brain Bar, Hungary’s most inspiring event.
What do hotels, The Simpsons, and feet have in common? They're all in this actual blog post. Wow.
Those with prediabetes or type-2 diabetes shouldn’t fear eggs anymore, researchers say.
Most people experience impostorism at least once. Certain groups however are more prone to it than others.
Research is proving that “just get over it” when it comes to losing a companion animal is simply not normal. So, if friends and family are telling you that … just ignore them. And if you're a friend or family member of someone who lost a pet, there are things you can do to help them through it.
Some of us can adjust our moods by listening to certain types of music we know will affect us. This survey looks at the music Americans turn to for mood modification.
You’ll be surprised how many commonly known science “facts” are actually total misconceptions.
Philosophers love to use thought experiments, here are seven of the most useful for making you reflect on everything around you.
It's the most popular class of all time at the university—and it's now available free of charge.
Is April the cruelest month? What did T.S. Eliot mean by that?
Does your kid ask “Why” all the time? Do you want to help them search for answers to the big questions but don't know how? Here are a few ways to encourage your little philosopher.
What do pizza, heavy metal, and farts have in common? They're all in our random fact roundup!
The study’s results have implications for marketers as well.
This study shows just how long it takes to make a good and lasting personal connection with someone.
Changing an unhealthy habit depends a lot on your belief that you can do it, something psychologists call self-efficacy. Take smoking, for example. Your belief that you are capable of […]
Grad student blues are a thing.
The myths of an inhospitable land. Imposter Syndrome. That feeling when one of your characters unexpectedly murders another. Literary mage Neil Gaiman on the dark arts of fiction and everyday life.
A classic essay defines different ways to disagree, from the worst to the best, with lessons that ring true in our divisive times.
Friedrich Nietzsche is an influential thinker, but he is not without critics. One of the best of them is British philosopher Bertrand Russell.
Albert Camus was a Franco-Algerian philosopher with some great insights on the meaning of life, why you should look to this life and not the next, and why suicide is a poor choice.
Those at risk for breast cancer should pay particular attention.
Are we going about being happy all wrong? One Greek philosopher thinks so, and he has advice for you.