University of Cambridge researchers found that women are twice as likely to suffer from anxiety as men.
She wants to be president and likes the movie Terminator though.
Debunking historical narratives is hard work—even when the narratives are not true.
Is that really a sign of progress though?
A glance at the data suggests sex crimes involving female teachers are on the rise (big time).
In the era of Big Data, those that are able to quickly comprehend and manipulate complex datasets come out ahead – way ahead.
From 'doors to hell' to crooked forests, the world is full of wonder.
How data analytics has gone from measuring to controlling reality.
But don't write off marriage with children just yet. The psychologist buried what is perhaps the most salient (and positive) part of his findings.
An economist's chart reveals that the fight against global poverty is actually going really well. So why doesn't it feel that way?
It's a metaphor that really doesn't work, a prominent scientist recently said.
The surgeon has already performed a successful head transplant on a monkey in China. But ethical questions loom.
Still, the bombings of Japan during World War II raise tough questions.
Aristotle probably would have said so.
The National Academy of Sciences just released a report on a hot topic in America.
Never underestimate the sex appeal of intelligence.
On the bright side, we can safely eat red meat again.
Unlike traditional psychology, positive psychology offers the kind of concrete, practical advice that is often missing from Christian moral theology.
A look at the five most common reasons for plane crashes and other airline disasters.
It might seem counter-intuitive, but women who have more children tend to live longer, a recent study found.
Logic sinks without a trace in a sea of assertions and theories.
Oxford researchers say there is a surprisingly high chance that humans get wiped out by a nuclear holocaust. Or volcanoes. Or an asteroid. Or crafty machines.
Are there differences between men’s and women’s brains – or not?
People will generally get one question wrong, and one right.
A new study undermines the idea that the road to happiness is found through focus on oneself.
Scientists acknowledge that the student, who used a star map and Google Earth, discovered something large and man made.
There seems to be a great deal of confusion on who classifies as a "friend."
Between the constellations Cygnus, the Swan, and Lyra, the harp, rests an invisible star.