Long commutes, whether by car or transit, can have a big negative impact on our lives. Then again, what other time of day do you have to just think?
Saddled with a run-down house, a faltering marriage and a vanishing bank account, a woman takes to her two-wheeler.
The companies that own Dove, Secret and Degree are all getting in on the action.
Advocates are tracking new developments in neonatal research and technology — transforming one of America's most contentious debates.
Women who didn’t manage to have an abortion and gave birth were less likely to have full-time employment and more likely to be completely out of a job.
There are cases to be made on both sides in regard to health and sexual pleasure.
The Tide Pod Challenge is a really bad idea, and here's why. (TL;DR DON'T EAT THEM).
The fitness phenomenon once taught women how to radically improve their sex lives.
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Changing minds on vaccination is very difficult, but it isn't so important when a law can change behavior.
While nearly every aspect of my work and social life had slowed to a halt, my sex life was never more active than when I was incapacitated.
SciShow's Hank Green explains why swallowing water through the wrong holes doesn't feel awesome. (It's you, not the water).
The microbes in our digestive systems can affect everything from our mental health to our weight and vulnerability to disease. So why not performance? New science is set to revolutionize the way we eat, train and live.
Maybe some of us need pictures of liver cirrhosis on bottles of gin.
Exactly how long will it take for you to get frostbite when it's, say, 0 degrees Fahrenheit with a wind speed of 20 miles per hour? Now there's an interactive chart to tell you.
A new study casts doubt on the idea that the epidemic is driven by economic hardship.
Comprehensive care is the answer to chronic disease. But America is terrible at it.
It turns out, some of our favorite things in life — such as caffeine, meat, internet videos and the moon — make it harder for people to doze off.
Hundreds of "studies" have come out promoting the benefits of chocolate, but it wasn't always this way.
Cameron Haight, who was born with amniotic band syndrome, has printed nine 3D hand prostheses with his mom. He calls them "cool robot hand[s]," and we have to say that's a pretty accurate description.
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