A careful analysis by two economists finds that phony journalism had little influence on voters and the outcome of the election.
A new study may explain why the Australian megafauna went extinct around 45,000 years ago.
Canadian scientists discover how being bilingual creates advantages for the brain.
Researchers find more evidence of the link between social media use by young adults and depression.
A Harvard University study of women finds a link between optimism and risks of dying from a number of diseases.
MRI study finds brains of ASD subjects are more symmetrical than typical brains, which makes sense.
Studies: One Dose of “Psilocybin” from Magic Mushrooms Relieves Depression in 80% of Cancer Patients
New studies from NYU and John Hopkins University show the effectiveness of psilocybin in treating depression and anxiety of cancer patients.
Researchers scan the brains of people having strong spiritual experiences.
New research shows how studying music helps the brain create new connections.
A study by University of Toronto psychologists reveals how to have a happy sex life in a long-term relationship.
A recent study has found "significant evidence of racial discrimination" in ride-hailing services Uber and Lyft. If you’re black, you may be more likely to find your ride canceled or be subjected to longer wait times.
When you see a stranger in some kind of hardship, how do you react? Researchers carried out a rare study in a real-life setting to assess the relationship between empathy and altruism.
How does our perception of social status relate to health and success?
A new study links reward-seeking to learning in teen brains.
The study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition seems to indicate that eating regular-fat cheese has no effect on our bad cholesterol (LDL), but does have a positive effect on our good cholesterol (HDL).
Physicists may be close to creating the theoretical "time crystals".
A new study sheds light on the evolutionary connection between fish fins and human fingers.
Danish scientists use a new dating technique to find startling estimates for the age of the world's longest-living vertebrate species.
Neuroscientists create the ultimate map of the brain, greatly advancing our understanding and leading to potential new cures.
A new study by a Harvard University economist shows surprising results about whom the police are actually more likely to shoot.
Researchers find that a compound within marijuana may potentially protect from the onset of Alzheimer's disease.
A new study raises troubling questions about the use of commonly prescribed opioid painkillers.
The association seems to be significant.
Researchers study the rise of violence in the toys sets by LEGO, the world's largest toy manufacturer.