Researchers watched for signs of withdrawal — but didn't find any.
Warm relationships protect your mind and body from the slings and arrows of life.
It is estimated that as many as 488 million people worldwide were exposed to dangerously long working hours in 2016.
Harvard psychiatrist Robert Waldinger discusses how 80 years of ongoing research show relationships to be vital for health and happiness.
More work is needed before declaring the technique a fountain of youth.
A food fight may finally be put to rest.
You don’t have to “feel the burn” to see improvements to your health and well-being.
When boredom creeps in, many of us turn to social media. But that may be preventing us from reaching a transformative level of boredom.
A vitamin that makes your body repellent to mosquitos sounds too good to be true, because it is.
"Kids are always asking two questions of parents: 'Am I safe?' and 'Am I real?'"
Running to catch the bus might help you live longer.
Synthetic milk is not a sci-fi fantasy; it already exists.
Ancient humans may have evolved to slumber efficiently — and in a crowd.
Brown noise, the better-known white noise, and even pink noise are all sonic hues.
Antibodies can start forming in intestines over 10 years before symptoms arise.
Which studies are actually worth the hype?
The idea that we're happier at the beginning and end of our lives is really just a comforting myth.
"We are what our bodies do with what we eat."
If you want to escape the negativity, head to Kazakhstan.
Perfectionism is on the rise, and its consequences for mental health can be devastating. The Japanese philosophy of "wabi sabi" can help.
Certain cancers are striking earlier than they used to.
Creativity and achievement require balancing hard work with the restful power of calm.
Only have sex with a person you love — a novel concept!
Not all stress is created equal.