Your inner voice can be the devil on your shoulder or the angel. It depends on where your focus lies.
Your old-fashioned chronological age is just a number. Your biological age can tell you how healthy you really are.
Understanding these links could bring us closer to a cure.
Data from NASA, ESA, and Roscosmos suggest that long durations in space cause changes in the brain, some of which are linked to vision problems.
It's the clitoris, stupid!
To reap the benefits of digital technologies, we must contend with their addictive designs.
A large study links pornography use to decreased sexual performance for men and increased sexual performance for women.
Plants are very sensitive to touch, with research showing that touching a plant can change its genome and launch a cascade of plant hormones.
When was the last time you spent some quality time with yourself?
Older adults who napped at least once or for more than an hour a day had a 40% higher chance of developing Alzheimer’s than those who napped less.
In the pursuit of happiness, money probably trumps meaning.
Overwashing is bad for skin health, but many people do it anyway. One reason is that our brains intimately associate stink with disgust.
There is much more to the Kama Sutra than just sex. It's a guide to anyone wanting more pleasure in life, however they take it.
Cancer cells hoard iron in unusually high quantities. Scientists have discovered how to leverage this to create safer cancer drugs.
Even though the brain is only 2% of our total body mass, it consumes up to 25% of our energy.
It won't give you a six pack, but could improve your bone density.
Scientists find two 30-second techniques that prevent dizziness upon standing.
The dark genome makes up 98% of human DNA. Scientists are just beginning to understand its role in cognitive disorders.
A lot of research assumes happiness is measured by comfort and material conditions. For Aristotle, it is about being the best we can be.
A study finds that sex is "moderate intensity physical activity," similar to light jogging or leisurely swimming.
Hormonal birth control for women may elevate the risk of depression and suicide, but so does pregnancy itself.
Psychologists often view relationship power imbalances through three unique dynamics.
Finland reveals that happiness is more about mindset than umbrella drinks and sun-warmed beaches.
Get stronger in only three seconds per day? New research shows that it is possible.
Scientists ranked countries on their end-of-life care. The U.S. fared poorly.
Morning, afternoon, or night: When is the best time to exercise? Scientists have extensively studied this question. Here's what they found.
From boosting empathy to improving therapy, virtual reality is poised to change our ideas of the self.
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.