Just because you didn’t work last weekend doesn’t mean you had a good weekend.
Scientists beamed particles from a satellite to two locations on Earth 750 miles apart — and the particles were still mysteriously connected.
A one-paragraph blurb helped cause the opioid crisis. That's just the start of science's citation woes.
Cisco expects massive growth in "machine to machine" devices through 2021.
Although self-talk is sometimes looked at as just an eccentric quirk, research has found that it can influence behavior and cognition.
Two giant leaks of banking and financial data suggest that the global mega-rich hold an even larger slice of the economic pie, according to a new study.
Why the placebo effect is weirder and potentially more useful than we imagined.
It doesn't matter, but you've thought about it.
The Juno spacecraft is already forcing scientists to rewrite the textbooks.
One thing foreign travel guides often say about America is that its residents love to smile at strangers. Other cultures don't do that. So why do we?
"We develop these patterns of negative emotions, including worry, because they’re useful."
You know that scene in "Premium Rush" when time freezes and Wilee imagines multiple paths through traffic. Yeah, that's really how our brains work.
A big, new experiment shows it’s possible to train kids to detect dubious health claims.
People taking mushrooms in 2016 needed medical treatment less than for MDMA, LSD and cocaine, while one of the riskiest drugs was synthetic cannabis.
"Good-looking and careless with money" or "Young, but inexperienced" are not how most investors describe male CEOs.
They collectively sacrificed 662 million vacation days last year.
This gorgeous animation explains the biology of childhood trauma and how therapeutic interventions can overcome the effects of toxic stress.
It's a bug-eat-bug world
Talking with a political opponent is almost as unpleasant as getting a tooth pulled.
They're really meaningful to you, but not to anybody else.
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