A pioneering group of researchers have discovered why our minds believe falsehoods, such as fake news, and have developed a method to stop it.
According to a recent study, there are a handful of words our brain will regurgitate by default. Apparently, these words can also help ascertain the health of our minds.
In the age of limitless knowledge, we’ve chosen ignorance. I don’t blame us, we recoil at the sheer weight of it. But there is a way to escape this information overload.
We may have mapped the human genome in 2003, but a new worldwide study has discovered the links between our genes and the conditions that ail us.
Donald Trump has finally won a popularity contest, as the coronavirus has given him a glowing review for his performance during the pandemic.
According to one body of research, those who took to the internet to shoot down the “5G spread the coronavirus” conspiracy theory actually helped it gain traction.
The temperature of a Siberian town has science reaching for superlatives, with the United Nations considering a brand new category in order to measure it.
Scientists have discovered that feelings of loneliness may be genetic. And dipping into my own gene pool, I tend to agree.
According to research, the reason why we love villains is very simple: we can dig their motives, but from a safe distance.