And is it a blessing or a curse?
A series of recent studies highlights how techno-addiction is seeping into the classroom.
A British academic just came out with a book about it.
Here are five diseases and chronic conditions that have been linked to a lack of sleep.
Scientific dogma, as well as religious dogma, presented challenges to Galileo's theory.
'Hundreds of millions, if not billions of people could become climate refugees, as their homelands become uninhabitable.'
Evidence suggests that hiking is not only good for you, but actually changes the makeup of your brain (in a good way).
"We will not, at any time, debate the science of climate change, nor will the ‘other side’ of the climate change debate be taught..."
Engaging in sexual activity on a regular basis boosts mental, emotional, and physical health.
The ingredients of “Star Trek” had been slow-cooking in creator Gene Roddenberry’s brain for years, but pitfalls nearly doomed the show.
When an academic discipline is in thrall to an ideology, realities cease to matter for many in the field.
It's even worse than you think.
Perhaps it’s more accurate to say evidence suggests millennials are less social than any previous generation in recent memory.
Certain foods contain certain vitamins, minerals, fats and antioxidants that can help change our brain chemistry.
Difficulties in dating fossils have plagued anthropology since its inception.
Racy texts, photos, and videos 'most likely to occur within a committed relationship,' says social scientist.
Lives are at stake!
Music training during childhood, even for a period as brief as two years, can accelerate brain development and sound processing.
Psychologist: 'Data shows that it is very hard for people not to be prejudiced towards people they disagree with, however open they might be.'
Margaret Mead’s 'Coming of Age in Samoa' is a cautionary tale of the consequences of agenda-driven social science.
Elementary school students should not be assigned homework, a pair of academic researchers say. Here's why.
Why the 'primordial soup' theory is all wrong.
Researchers recently analyzed the impact social media has on young people’s character and moral development.
Reading magazines and newspapers did not produce the same result.
It has something to do with the virtues and values emphasized in each of the franchises.
Millennial males in college are significantly weaker than their fathers, new research suggests.
Is our society overlooking one of the primary benefits of work?
Part of the problem is that happiness isn’t just one thing.