Anxiety can be good or bad. It turns out that it's really up to you.
How the brain decides what to store and what to forget.
Your emotional brain is being manipulated to shop more, but there are ways to resist.
Through self-tracking and self-experimentation, we can greatly improve our cognitive capacity.
For nearly two centuries, courts have relied on the subjective "reasonable person standard" to solve legal disputes. Now, science can help.
The way we imagine and listen to melodies sheds light on imagination.
Some neurology experiments — such as growing miniature human brains and reanimating the brains of dead pigs — are getting weird. It's time to discuss ethics.
For some reason, the bodies of deceased monks stay "fresh" for a long time.
Fintech companies are using elements of video games to make personal finance more fun. But does it work, and what are the risks?
A study finds that baby mammals dream about the world they are about to experience to prepare their senses.
Brain cells snap strands of DNA in many more places and cell types than researchers previously thought.
The same parts of the brain that help us navigate complex social interactions can also drive us to make wildly bad investments.
Technology usually has more pros than cons, but every benefit still carries some risk.
Some scientists believe that DMT could revolutionize the treatment of depression.
Attempts to normalize abnormal development could prevent individuals in need of help from seeking it.
Psychedelics have been shown to help reduce depression. This study may show us why.