We seem to have a "progression bias" that nudges us toward pro-relationship decisions and away from breaking up.
The use of AI within mental health services could be a game-changer.
Stem cell-derived chondrocytes could be the key to regenerating damaged cartilage.
The brain appears to remember immune responses, and memories can trigger them to happen again. This might explain some psychosomatic illnesses.
If you want to be an authentic person, embrace reality. Don't try to clamber your way up Maslow's hierarchy of needs.
Setting resolutions for the new year means you think the future is up to you — but is it?
Historical geniuses used the "creative nap" to give their minds a boost. Apparently, the "hypnagogic state" can help with problem solving.
Whether NASA likes it or not, humans eventually will be having space sex.
Americans have a lower life expectancy than people in other rich countries despite paying much more for healthcare. We explore the number of factors which might explain this difference.
Experiencing too much pleasure and not enough pain may yield counterintuitive consequences.
Immune booster or pure torture?
Roughly half the world population, including in America, has insufficient levels of vitamin D. UV irradiated mushrooms can help.
The results of a recent study suggest that some clinicians might be failing to explore other causes when treating gender dysphoria.
The power of play: our forgotten lifehack.
Isn't more sleep always better?
Awe makes us feel smaller but also more connected to life and each other.
Marijuana use among college students in 2020 reached levels not seen since the 1980s.
Stoicism says that we should change what we can, endure what we must. The company we keep is something we can, and often should, change.
The secret to alleviating chronic back pain may be to treat psychological issues like anxiety and repressed emotions.
Popular diets view health as a calorie-crunching equation while excluding a critical variable: mental wellness.
Biomedical science assumes that people want to live as long as possible. They don't.
Are you getting a full 8 hours?
The conventional wisdom may be wrong. Consulting Google for information about medical symptoms might not be as counterproductive as commonly thought, new research suggests.