It’s full of bias.
If we’re going to draw correlations between social media and bad things, shouldn’t we also look at the positive trends?
7 clever ‘psycho’ tricks that really help you in the office.
Textbooks need to catch up.
14 mysteries of the ocean scientists still can’t explain.
The jury may still be out on this one.
The amount in which US suicide rates have increased since 1999.
Alexithymia; the condition that may affect one in 10 people.
And what is the G.I. Joe fallacy?
Psychopaths seem relatively unfazed by punishment, which makes them very difficult to manage.
Studies find that sadness is actually good for you.
Women may actually be harmed by using humor at work.
And is there even such a thing as placebo sleep?
In recent decades, the rich have done well. The ultra-rich have done even better.
Or, if you’re really that exhausted, just stop being “a neurotic mess” and do less.
Is there such a thing as a class ceiling?
Its’s about time.
It’s 2019 alright.
What a troubling discovery for humanity.
In the US, opioids have become a full-blown national crisis of epidemic proportions, killing 130 people each day.
Cambridge Dictionary’s 2018 word of the year, and means “a fear or worry at the idea of being without your mobile phone or unable to use it.”
The Japanese word for the act of acquiring books and letting them pile up unread.
And persuade us to eat healthier.
Racial profiling is alive and well.
After she told him to “shut up” after he made lewd noises at her outside a Paris cafe.