Fight or flight: the gut-brain connection.
Scientists have measured cortisol levels in the saliva of people pre and post entering a museum, and saw it significantly lowered!
It’s a mad, mad world.
This is how your brain can predict the future.
Why reading or watching bad news first thing in the morning is so bad for you.
The business of Instagram quotes is alive and well.
That enhance the chance of our offspring’s survival?
An interesting paradox.
And can we blame the Internet?
Yes, people have always been stressed. But now, they’ve lost hope.
You know how some couples die within just a few days of each other? That’s an example of the syndrome.
“It’s not just the hunger, it’s the message that you deserve to be hungry.”
No body of research exists to support this claim.
A federal judge awarded the family more than $500m in a wrongful death suit against the North Korean government.
And what’s it got to do with watching Cardi B run her birdlike nails across a microphone?
We all love an optical illusion.
The tragic perils faced by migrants fleeing poverty and hoping for asylum in the US.
Complete with a startup screen!
The average number of decisions we make each day.
Originally a term invented by none other than Shakespeare!
In the US, opioids have become a full-blown national crisis of epidemic proportions, killing 130 people each day.
French photographer Giséle Freund once described it as “melodious and warm”.
And persuade us to eat healthier.
Racial profiling is alive and well.