Science & Research

Science Assures Us That It's Fine to Have Fewer Friends in Your 30s

Dance Your Way to Long-Lasting Smarts

Dancing has long been associated in films and novels with what the “bad” kids do to defy adults (cue Dirty Dancing, Footloose). But what if dancing was actually a road to higher levels of intelligence—so much so that the person waltzing away was simultaneously warding off deterioration of their...

When Your Sex Life Sucks

If you’re less than satisfied with your sex life, don’t feel alone: There are billions of people in this world who share your frustration. In a 2011 Australian study, researchers surveyed 3,240 men and 3,304 women in long-term relationships and found that 54 percent of men and 42 percent of women...

You Should Start Work at 10AM (Unless You're 10 or 50)

The Number of Trees on Your Block May Affect Your Health

Fidgeting Is Healthy for Us All

Antioxidants Shown to Help Cancer Grow

Too Good to Be True? A Pill Might Help Your Pup Live Longer

Elephants May Be the Key to Curing Cancer

Is It Possible to Be Overly Polite?

Weight Loss While You Relax? Study Hints It Could Happen

Is Over-Cleanliness Plaguing Our Kids With Allergies?

You can never be too rich or too wise, but you certainly can be too clean. Scientists suspect that overzealous antibacterial behavior could explain why American children are experiencing an epidemic of autoimmune diseases such as allergies. Babies and toddlers instinctually put things in their...

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